Melbourne is known as the city to have four seasons in one day, and for good reason. Melbourne weather is notorious for being erratic and even annoying. Although certain times of the year will have more predictable temperatures, some parts of the year will be mixed. This is why it is important to have an air conditioning system that will perfect for both heating and cooling functions.
But which air conditioning option is right for your home? There are various types of air conditioning systems available, but naturally, you would want to select an option that is optimal in fulfilling the heating and cooling requirements needed for your home. Advanced Heating and Cooling are a Melbourne based air conditioning company who are available to help you choose the best type of air conditioning option for you.
Reverse Cycle Split Systems
Advanced Heating and Cooling can recommend a reverse cycle split system for your Melbourne home. These are refrigerated air conditioning units designed to heat and cool individual rooms or open plan living areas. These feature a built-in filter that will separate dust and pollen particles from the air that is circulated into the designated room. It should be noted that the capacity of your reverse cycle split system will depend on the size of the space its intended to heat and cool.
Ducted heating utilises a heating unit that is connected to various strategically-placed outlets that are often placed either along the ceiling or underneath the floor. Ducted heating generates warm air that is circulated throughout the ductwork that will spread throughout your house. The air conditioning experts at Advanced Heating and Cooling can recommend what the best locations to place duct outlets are. They can also organise system zoning to make your unit more energy-efficient and economical for when you only want to heat particular areas of your home.
Evaporative cooling units recirculate clean, filtered air into your home by drawing air from outside through an external unit on your roof that also does not spread bad smells or allergens into your house. Your doors and windows can be left open without affecting your unit’s overall performance or efficiency.