It’s been a long hot summer and it’s not over yet! If you still want to get air conditioning, you need a company who can do easy air conditioning installations. In Reservoir that company is Beyond Heating and Cooling.
Before booking your next air conditioning installation in Reservoir, take a look at the best option for your home or business.
What Air Conditioner Works for Me?
There is a range of air conditioning systems that home owners and business owners can choose from, and the type you choose is dependent on your budget, the layout of your home and what you need.
Ducted Air Conditioning
Great for large buildings where you have a number of offices or a large space to cover. This air conditioner works by pushing air through a series of ducts connected to a unit that is stored either in the roof space or under the floor.
Gas Ducted Heating
Gas ducted heating can be a much more cost effective way to heat your home or business when compared to reverse cycle. It is also much more efficient at heating your home and business, and reaches the desired temperature quicker.
Evaporative Cooling Systems
Great for low humidity areas like Reservoir, these units sit on top of the roof and help the fresh air from outside push through your home or business. The air pushes through cooling pads which takes away the water and the heat, leaving you with cool, fresh air.
Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
A popular option for homes and businesses. The reverse-cycle system extracts heat from outside and draws it inside. A cold refrigerant is passed through an external coil absorbing the heat helping the air warm up, pushing it into your home or office. The cycle is reversed for when you need cool air.
Split systems are perfect for when you just want to cool one or two rooms and have a budget to stick to. You can choose from a single head per unit to a multi-head per unit depending on how many rooms you have to cool or heat.
If you need air conditioning installations in your home or office, contact Beyond Heating and Cooling. We can help you with any air conditioning installations you need to stay warm during winter and cool during summer.