The Ultimate in Climate Control
The harsh Australian climate definitely takes its toll on properties. Keeping the interior cool can be more challenging and costly if your climate control system has seen better days. Technology never stops developing, and today’s generation of HVAC systems are energy efficient, quiet, and blend in with the surroundings.

Ducted air-conditioning

The best HVAC system incorporates ducted air conditioners that send cool air throughout the home and with stainless-steel heat exchangers, the role can be reversed, send warm air into the home for those cold winter evenings. The ducting is fitted by a team of professionals, and the system blends in with the decor and is designed around the property. This is a whole-house solution for climate control, with a single compressor/condenser unit located on the exterior and grills located around the interior. If you want the most efficient climate control, ducted a/c is definitely the way to go, as this system is designed to provide an even temperature and humidity throughout the home's interior.

Ventilation

Of course, it is important to have good airflow throughout the interior and this can be achieved with clever placement of extractor fans; when you make contact with a leading Australian supplier of top-notch HVAC systems, their engineers design the system to have good airflow, which improves the air quality. Click here for tips on how to maximise space in your home.

Room air distribution

Room air distribution involves introducing and managing air within a closed space, with two main methods, mixing and displacement. Mixing is when the supply air (air injected by a/c) blends with the room air and with powerful fans to send the supply air into the closed space and this disseminates the cool air throughout the room, bringing the desired temperature.

Heat pumps

The development of heat pumps has been ongoing, and today’s generation can be reversed to provide heat and cool air. There is no longer the need for a separate heating system, as the heat pump can be changed to bring warm air into the interior, which is great news for Australian homeowners.

To summarise, having a state-of-the-art HVAC system installed in your home ensures that you have optimum climate control, and with high energy efficiency, your fuel bills will not be too high. If you want to learn more about HVAC systems, search the web for a leading Australian supplier of the best climate control systems for homes and businesses. They would be happy to quote for the project and with a team of professionals, your new ducted HVAC system will soon be ready for action.

Carrying out maintenance at specific intervals is critical if you want your climate control to perform as it is designed. Filters need to be cleaned and refrigeration liquid topped up; this should be done every 3-4 months if you use the system daily.