HOW TO CHOOSE AN AIR CONDITIONER

Follow these steps to determine which Air Conditioner is right for you.

1. Determine which size (kW) Air Conditioning system you require by using the calculator provided.

2. Choose a brand of Air Conditioner in our shop

3. Fill out the quotation form, and submit it to us to get the ball rolling! 

 

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us!


Add Ons

To understand which add ons you need for your installation, please read the descriptions below for each.

Peak Smart Installation 

PeakSmart air-conditioning helps reduce peak demand without affecting your air-conditioner's performance. It operates similar to the economy setting of an air-conditioner. The energy consumption is capped for short periods on a few days of the year and the system continues to produce cool air. The technology is designed to be set and forget so you won't have to do anything or notice a difference to your comfort.

PVC Slab

The slab on which your air conditioning unit will be placed outside.

Side Exit (right hand side)

Pipes will leave from the right hand side of the indoor unit with a small amount of duct on the internal wall. This will be connected to the outdoor unit directly on the other side of the external wall (to the right hand side of indoor unit).

Side exit (left hand side)

Pipes will leave from the left hand side of the indoor unit with a small amount of duct on the internal wall. This will be connected to the outdoor unit directly on the other side of the external wall (to the left hand side of indoor unit). 

This installation requires a gas connection to be made behind the indoor unit (hence the price difference between right hand and left hand exit).

High Set

Head unit is mounted above single story height (maximum pipe length for this installation is 5m).

Brackets

Standard adjustable brackets mounted up to 1m off the ground.

High Brackets

Standard adjustable brackets mounted up to 2m off the ground.

Up & Over

This installation requires pipes to be taken up through the ceiling (up to 10m of pipe) to the location of the outdoor unit (beware some units may require extra gas to be added when this type of install is done - please ask us if you are not sure).

Condensate Pump

This may be required to drain water from the indoor unit to the outside of your house if we cannot have a straight run on at least a 2 degree fall (mainly needed on Up and Over installations).

Decommission of an old unit

This service includes the safe removal of gas and the removal of old units and associated rubbish

Domestic Cooling Calculator

Please note this calculator is a guide only — heating and cooling requirements vary depending on external influences (e.g. direction of room, insulation, ceiling height etc.)

Room length (m)

Room width (m)

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