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Ducted Air Conditioning vs Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning

Ducted Air Conditioning vs Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning

Ducted Air Conditioning is an alternative cooling system for a split system when wanting to cool the whole house rather than just one or two rooms and discreetly installed in the ceiling, out of your sight, unlike the split system. It transfers cool air through ducts to air outlets and sensors in each corner of the house. Many latest models may also come with smart temperature control. 

Reverse-Cycle air conditioning systems come with both heating & cooling systems, so instead of buying gas heaters or electric heaters for winter separately, you can get it in one place, saving money and space. It’s also more environmentally-friendly in the winter because it extracts energy from the outdoors air and transfers it indoors, instead of generating it. 

Ducted Air conditioning may sound like an expensive choice out of the two options, however, with efficient use you will save in the long run. You will have to make an initial investment, but this will save many future costs you would incur with a split system, such as separate repair, service & maintenance costs for multiple split systems throughout your house. Additionally, there is a high risk of break-down with multiple split systems in your home if they are turned on at the same time and are not maintained regularly. 

Surrey Air is one of the best heating and cooling specialists in Melbourne providing heating repair services to their clients. Ducted Reverse cycle Systems by Surrey Air is a popular choice for people renovating or building a new home where all-around comfort is desired. A ducted reverse cycle air conditioner can also be zoned and a temperature controller to make the system virtually automatic. This system is the best all-in-one solution there is. 

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