1/65 Munibung Road,
Cardiff NSW 2285
PO Box 23 Warners Bay,
Whether you have a split system air conditioner or ducted air conditioning system, if it’s
unmatched to the environment, it simply won’t be effective.
By getting a JBE Team specialist out to your home they can take into consideration your needs,
the individual aspects of your property and provide the latest solutions. With these factors
considered they can draw up a cost and obligation free proposal to cool your house in summer
and warm your home in winter. Then you can leave the air conditioning installation in the hands of a trusted JBE installer.
There are important considerations to be made when deciding on the right air conditioning unit for your property. Making an educated decision is simple after discussing your options with our trade qualified consulting team. Additionally we have provided a few typical pros and cons to help you get you started!
Hi wall split System Air Conditioners consist of an indoor unit that is wall hung and an outdoor unit. There is also the option of having multiple indoor units connected to a single outdoor unit. Copper pipes connect the systems and the refrigerant is carried via these pipes.
• Great to cool/heat a specific area.
• Flexible and easy installation.
• Running costs are generally lower than ducted air conditioning
• Overall quick installation.
• Cool/heat only small to medium sized areas.
• Choice may be limited in terms of indoor section location.
• Less aesthetically pleasing.
Split ducted Air Conditioning consists of an indoor and outdoor unit, the indoor section is concealed in the roof of the property. The air is transported throughout the home via ductwork in the ceiling. Typically one duct goes to each room and the air is directed into the room via an outlet or vent.
Split ducted systems are controlled via a control panel whereby temperatures can be set and different parts of the house can be zoned so you can cool/heat as many or as few rooms as you like.
• Cools and heats the entire home.
• Quiet operation.
• Return air filters help optimise air quality.
• The control panel and zoning gives the homeowner better control over the
• Zoning allows for greater energy efficiency.
• Higher initial investment cost.
• Modifications to an established home may be required.
These systems consist of an indoor and outdoor unit with interconnecting pipework, The installation is very similar to that of a Hi wall split system with the exception of the indoor section being mounted flush to your ceiling. These systems are typically found in commercial premises, However they are versatile, The indoor section is square with one louver located on each side and the return air and filter in the center of the unit allows the air to evenly distribute throughout the room.
• An effective way to air condition a single space.
• Effective way to air condition a room with no external walls.
• Slim-line look indoor section - Flush mounted to the ceiling.
• Typically quick installation.
• Cost effective operation.
• Large penetration required for indoor section.
• Some modifications may be needed to support indoor section weight.
A packaged air conditioning unit is not considered a split system, This is due to the fact that the outdoor and indoor sections are both within one unit. These systems complete the entire heating or cooling effect outside the property and supply the air into the space via metal ductwork.
These styles of systems are typically seen in commercial and industrial applications, This is mostly due to the size and weight of the systems, along with the penetrations needed to allow for the ductwork in and out of the package unit.
• All mechanical components are easily accessible in one location.
• Designed to air condition large open spaces.
• Higher initial investment cost.
• Rooftop may require reinforcement to support the weight of the system.
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