Most Air Conditioners have an Eco mode which can be turned on via the remote control.
This can be called Economy, Eco, Econo, Active Energy Control or similar.
By using the Eco mode your air conditioner runs the compressor in a slower mode, reducing pressure in the condenser which in turn increases efficiency and saves you on operating costs.
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Its a common misconception that Air Conditioners just blow cold air around the home, but they are far more clever than that.
Air Conditions use the evaporator and coils to extract moisture from the air creating a cooler crisp atmosphere for your home.
That is why you always see water dripping out of the air conditioner run off pipe.
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Signs your Air Conditioner needs to be serviced:
Its started to make strange noises you are not used to hearing.
Your Electricity Bill is higher than normal for no reason
Your home is not as cool as it used to be, you can feel the air conditioning but not like it was.
Air is cold but humidity is still high.
Rain predicted this weekend :)
Only one Air Conditioned room?
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Call us today to discuss the best options for your home.
More and more people are now working from home, but is your home setup for you to work?
What are you plans for the weekend?
External Air Conditioner unit During a Storm or Flooding Rain.
Your external unit is very robust and can handle most rain and weather conditions, however, during intense storms you should consider turning off your unit to avoid any potential issues from exposure to high winds (debris), heavy flooding rain or power surges.
Flooding rain could also build up around the unit and also cause issues with an electrical short.
Be sure to check your out door units location and keep it clear and open with good drainage around the unit.
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While many Air Conditioners can handle high humidity when setup correctly, you need to make sure you have the right unit for the right job.
Bigger is not necessarily better, so when considering your Air Conditioner make sure you talk to a professional that will help match the right unit for your home and its environment.
If you already have a Air Conditioner installed but during times of high Humidity it struggles, uses more power and does not quiet get your home to the right temperature, call us today to see how we can help.
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A/C compressors are built durably and designed to stay outdoors in the elements through all seasons.
Rainfall won't harm the outdoor unit, and it's safe to operate an air conditioner during wet weather.
But ensure the outdoor unit is clear of debris and the unit is not in standing water.
Sleeping and it's importance is often overlooked, but did you know, lack of sleep can result in:
- Weight gain
- Poor concentration
- Low productivity
- Higher risk of heart disease and stroke
- Higher type 2 diabetes risk
Make sure your bedroom allows you to get the best night's sleep possible.
The new energy labelling system to come into effect by April 2020.
The new labels cater for where you live in Australia and how your power consumption will change based on the weather in that area.
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5 Benefits of Ducted Air Conditioning you may not have considered
Cheaper that you might think
Ducted Air Conditioning costs more to install and setup than a split system, however this cost will be offset by the overall house cooling. Many homes need to run more than one Air Conditioner, which means more power and servicing.
Ducted Air Conditioners are also required to meet Australian Minimum Energy Performance Standards.
Whole Home Temperature Control
The greatest benefit of a Ducted system is the ability to control the climate throughout your entire home, this will turn your home into its own oasis regardless of what room you are in.
You can manage your Ducted system by using the timers to set on and off timings as well as some models including wifi connections for automation and using via your mobile device.
With Ducted Air Conditioners, they are very well hidden with no units needed to be on the wall or installed into your windows. This makes them a great option for those that want to keep their home clutter free.
Lets face it, everyone loves a Ducted Air Conditioner, so having one installed into your home will bring up your property value and make your home more attractive if you ever want to sell.
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To help your Air Conditioner work at optimal levels, consider using roof insulation to reduce the heat in your home.
Insulation comes in two main categories, Bulk and Reflective.
Some brands combine the two types to better performance.
What to look for:
R-value (resistance to heat flow), the higher the R-value the better the insulation.
Bulk insulation traps air in its layers and resists heat passing through it.
Reflective insulation resists radiant heat using its reflective properties and its ability to re-radiate heat. This insulation requires a minimum of 25mm air layer to work correctly.
If you are thinking of getting an Air Conditioner, make sure you consider the differences before purchasing.
Portable units are very handy as the name suggests, but the difference in cost may not be worth it in the long run.
Portable Air Conditioners are usually around 2kw and use approx the same amount of power to run than the average split system which is significantly larger. This means in the long run you will be paying more for electricity to cool a room than you would with a larger more capable system.
To be sure, call us to discuss your options.
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Tips for maintaining your Air Conditioner
- Routinely replace or clean your air filters
- Check/clean evaporator coil annually
- Check coil fins are straight
- Keep debris etc away from external unit
- Check drainage and ensure not clogged
You can also call us for regular maintenance to ensure your unit is operating at its potential. Reduce cost and increase efficiency by keeping your Air Conditioner in optimal condition.
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Tips to help keep you home cool this summer.
If possible consider insulation in your roof, this will help your Air Conditioner reach and maintain a cool temperature during the hottest of days. Insulation helps block heat coming through the roof and keeps the cool in.
Seal Windows and Doors
When running Air Conditioning, ensure your doors and windows are closed, and if there are gaps in your doors, consider using insulation strips to stop the cool air getting out.
Your roof is one of the hottest areas of your home, while insulation helps, roof ventilation helps a great deal in letting out the hot air and air to circulate.
Shade sails are a great idea for around your home, they help keep the whole house cool and change the temperature around doors and windows allowing the air inside to keep cool.
Light coloured paint
If you are repainting your home, consider using lighter colours to help keep the heat down. Dark exterior paint does make the inside of your home hotter.
Ceiling fans work well when combined with Air Conditioning, these help move the air around your home and assist your Air conditioner get to the right temperature faster.
Appliances used at night
Try and leave your larger appliances until night time when its cooler. Larger machines generate their own heat, and when used during the day adds to the heat inside the home.
Why use a Multi Head Air Conditioner?
If you have several rooms to cool but only want one outdoor unit.
There is not enough space for a ducted system.
Lower running costs than many ducted systems.
More flexible when designing your home system, as you can control the temp of each head/room.
Often more expensive to setup than ducted systems.
Specialised unit (you cannot use a normal split system).
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Considerations when purchasing an Air Conditioner
Do you need Reverse Cycle that cools in summer and heats in winter?
Room size up to 20sq meters: 2-2.5 kw
Room size 20-40sq meters: 2.5-5 kw
Room size 40-60sq meters: 4-6 kw
Room size 60-80sq meters: 5-7 kw
*We recommend seeking advice to be sure you have the best unit to suit your home.
Choose a model with equal or slightly greater capacity for the room.
Different models and brands have varying power consumption, so check the power rating as this will save you money over time.
Check the operating modes of the unit to make sure it covers what you will need.
- Dry (Dehumidifies the air)
- Fan Only
- Economy Mode or Eco Mode
Don't forget we can plan the right unit for your home or install a unit that you have already purchased.
Air Conditioner Coil maintenance
Your Air Conditioners Coils are directly exposed to outside elements such as leaves and in dry conditions high levels of dirt and dust.
This stops your Air Conditioner working properly as it restricts your air flow between the coil and fins.
What should you do?
Make sure you Air Conditioner is maintained at least once a year and the coils and filter are cleaned.
(more often if in poor dusty conditions)
Ensure that there is an adequate free space around your air conditioner outside of the house and its air flows freely with no foliage within a minimum of two feet.
When mowing ensure that grass cuttings are not directed towards the unit.Call us for a regular maintenance schedule, and to help with your setup.
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A Ducted System is an Air Conditioning system has a number of outlets placed throughout the home and allocated by Zones. These Zones can then controlled by a central tablet-style device.
This allows you to set different temperatures throughout your home.
Ducted systems are quiet and highly effective at keeping your entire home at a pleasant temperature.
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