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To keep your home cool throughout summer, Jim's Air Conditioning has the expertise for long term comfort. We recommend reverse cycle ducted air conditioning for the best home cooling.
Residential Ducted Air Conditioner Services
Ducted air conditioning is the right choice for you if you're after an incredibly easy way to cool your entire home with the push of a button. It's complete climate control at your fingertips with ducted reverse cycle!
The team from Jim's Air Conditioning is experienced with all aspects of ducted cooling, providing everything from yearly services to emergency repairs or installation. We can be at your home on time with fast 1 hour attendance* and reliable 24/7 service for your reverse cycle AC unit.
During a challenging summer heatwave or in the middle of autumn, we have the perfect ducted air solution for your home.
Cool air is transported throughout the home from one central system. Ducts guide the air into each space and you can easily control the temperature with zonal isolation.
It's effective cooling without the hassle of jumping from room to room just to turn off a split system or fans. And reverse cycle means that it both heats and cools.
So whenever you need Jim's we'll be there with a local, fully licensed air con technician. Call us now to find out more about how we can help, or to just book in a service!
Reverse Cycle Ducted Air Conditioning Systems
There's more to ducted air conditioning than just cooling. Reverse cycle air conditioning is also available for all round heating and cooling experience which will leave you feeling comfortable even in the harshest conditions.
Ducted systems can either be a standalone air conditioning unit, such as evaporative cooling system, or they can also be paired together in an efficient 2-in-1 combination as a reverse cycle ducted system.
It's the perfect way to ensure you always have a consistent climate at home and quality ducted air.
An external condenser unit is connected to ductwork which travels throughout the entire home. Air is sucked into the unit and cooled, and transported through ducts across the house.
Typically you can have up to eight separate zones which can be individually controlled from one central unit. It's a perfect way to keep the entire family happy or lower electricity costs.
The main unit is also relatively quiet, perfect for hot nights. And when winter hits you can switch over to ducted heating with ease because it is a reverse cycle system.
If you have any questions, contact us.
Ducted Air Conditioning Maintenance
We provide maintenance, repairs, servicing and duct cleaning all year round for your benefit.
Our qualified technicians work closely with all major - and lesser known - brands, including Mitsubishi, Fujitsu and Panasonic. Each van is stocked with quality parts for on the spot replacement and repairs.
When something does go wrong with your reverse cycle ducted air con, typically the blame can be placed on:
Dirty filters impacting airflow and air quality
Damaged air ducts which may leak air
Electrical issues, e.g. the unit may trip the electrical circuit
Faulty or damaged parts within the motor
Signs Your Air Con Needs a Service
There are a few warning signs to look out for so you can get on top of problems early on, including:
Blowing warm air - or weaker airflow - when you want cold
Rattling or banging sounds
Increased energy bills with no explanation
Unit is leaking or producing moisture
Electricity circuit repeatedly trips/turns off
Even if you haven't spotted anything wrong, it's important to have a regular service schedule. Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning is such an important part of your home and should be serviced at least once a year - especially with heavy use.
If you call Jim's Air Conditioning we can catch any potential problems and avoid a summer air con breakdown.
Cost of Ducted Air Conditioning
Jim's Air Conditioning offers a selection of interest free payment plans** on all reverse cycle ducted air conditioning services. It's the ideal way to manage the cost of your heating and cooling.
Our payment plans require no deposit. And it means you can have a service or urgent repairs completed on the spot. Or you could have a new ducted air conditioner installed without putting your finances under pressure. The price will be manageable.
Instead, you can enjoy the best air conditioning while evenly pacing out repayments in weekly or fortnightly instalments.
So when the time comes and your air conditioning system needs help, give Jim's Air Conditioning a call. We're available 24/7 and our customers never have to pay more for after hours service!
Even at night during a challenging heatwave, we'll be there to keep you cool at no additional cost. Call us now to make a booking!
Heating and cooling ducted air con frequently asked questions.
Is ducted air conditioning cheaper to run?
Reverse cycle ducted costs are typically more expensive than split system counterparts, but they do provide thorough and controlled home cooling. Reports by Canstar Blue reveal just four hours of heating per day in summer would equal about 4 times as much as split system cooling if you choose an inefficient system.
However, zonal ducted cooling can lower the costs, as would running the system off solar power. If you do choose reverse cycle ducted, always aim for an energy efficient system.
Can you install ducted cooling?
Yes, Jim’s Air Conditioning provides installation services. We can take care of the entire installation process to ensure you have effective and efficient home heating and cooling. We also provide repairs, maintenance and duct cleaning services for reverse cycle ducted systems.
What does ducted air conditioning mean?
When terminology crosses over it can be difficult to know what the meaning is for a specific system. For example, a split system and ducted air conditioner can both be reverse cycle, providing you heating or cooling from the one AC unit.
Specifically, ducted air conditioners are controlled by one central unit and the air is transported throughout the home by fans and ducts. Conversely, a split system has no ducts.
Does ducted heating or cooling add value to your house?
Central heating or cooling can certainly add value to your home. Some reports suggest it adds as much as 10 per cent to a home’s resale value. While that figure does vary, ducted climate control is an attractive prospect and likely seen as a staple requirement in modern housing. The main exception would be cooler climates like Tasmania where there’s not as much need for year round cooling.