Winter is almost done and dusted, so it’s time to start thinking of cooling systems for your home before summer hits. There are four main cooling systems in Reservoir homes. We’ve outlined them below to help you choose the best option for your home.
The Top 4 Cooling Systems in Reservoir
Ducted Air Conditioning
Ducted cooling has become quite popular in recent times with many homeowners installing it into new builds as well as retrofitting to their current homes. Ducts are placed strategically around your home, allowing the cool air (or warm air in winter) to circulate through the property. It is essential to make sure you have the right size system for your home. To do this, the technicians at Beyond Heating and Cooling will take a range of measurements prior to installation.
Ducted systems can be expensive to install but the big benefit is being able to cool or heat only the rooms you need and not the whole house.
Evaporative Air Conditioning
Evaporative air conditioning systems are a good option for those looking to keep installation and running costs at a minimum. This style of air conditioning allows the fresh air from outside to be circulated indoors. Evaporative cooling systems are great if you have family members who suffer from dry skin, skin sensitivities or allergies.
One thing to keep in mind with these systems is that you do need to keep windows and doors slightly open so that the warm air can escape outside.
Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
A reverse cycle air conditioning system is a good option for those who only want to cool one or two rooms, who don’t have a huge budget or for investors looking to install a cooling system in their Reservoir investment. These systems both heat and cool, and can do so to one or more adjoining rooms with just the one system.
Split system air conditioners are a good option for many homes and they do allow for you to easily install extra systems to extra rooms as needed. You have the option of a single indoor head per outdoor unit or multiple heads for a number of rooms with just the one outdoor unit. The benefit is that each room can be individually heated or cooled without the expense of installing ducted air con (or if your home doesn’t allow for ducted).
If you aren’t sure which air conditioning system is best for your home, call the experts in cooling systems in Reservoir – Beyond Heating and Cooling. We’ll run you through the various options that will suit your home style, giving you the information you need to make the best choice for your home and budget.