Heating and Cooling Installations on the Mornington Peninsula



Split System

Single Head Reverse Cycle or Cooling only Split Systems.
Perfect choice for that one living room or bedroom, either heating and cooling (reverse cycle) or cooling only. We can supply either a Fujitsu, Hitachi, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, Samsung, LG.

Reverse Cycle Ducted Heating

For complete home heating and cooling an Inverter Ducted Air Conditioning System gives you the ability to zone your home according to your personal heating and cooling requirements. This means you can choose to heat or cool only the areas of your home that you will be using.

Energy efficient DC Inverter technology delivers superior temperature control. A variable speed drive in the motor system adjusts to match your air conditioning requirements. When you select your desired temperature, your Lennox ducted system will work at 100% capacity to deliver you comfort quickly. However, instead of switching off and on to maintain temperature, the variable speed drive activates and constantly varies the compressor speed to maintain the desired temperature with minimal fluctuations.

The result is that you’ll enjoy consistent temperature as well as significant savings and reduced running costs.

Gas Ducted Heating

Gas heaters work by passing cold air over a heat exchanger, which is warmed by gas combustion flames. The warmed air is then pushed through ducts into the home via a series of vents in the ceiling or floor. Outlets/ vents are placed throughout your home to deliver you with warm air.

Hydronic Heating

Hydronic heating is a form of heating that operates by heating water in a boiler. The water then travels through insulated pipes radiator panels and towel rails that are strategically installed throughout the home. The heat is then radiated out into the room. The cooled water is then returned to the boiler to be reheated. The boiler that heats the water is perhaps the most important part of the whole system and it can run on natural gas, LPG, an electric heat pump, or even using solar power (with a gas booster for cloudy days). The cost of running hydronic heating will depend almost solely on how the boiler is powered.

The home is usually controlled by a central programmable thermostat and individual radiator panels can also be controlled to heat individual rooms or isolate rooms not being used, giving you the customer ultimate control of temperature to your home.