Heating and Air for the Mornington Peninsula
Choosing the right type of Air Conditioning for your Mornington Peninsula home is a big decision but what type of air conditioning is best for you? Let’s take a look.
If you’re fed of sweating your way through summer and shivering your way through winter it might just be time to get some air conditioning for your home. This is where Hyde Heating and Cooling come in; we’re confident there’s no better air conditioning option in the Mornington Peninsula area.
Split System Air Conditioning
A split system is designed to service individual areas of your home. Let’s say you only want air conditioning in one of the bedrooms, the kitchen and the lounge; no problem, a split system is the right choice for you. With a split system the compressor is mounted outside and is connected to the various outlets throughout your home. It’s ideal for heating or cooling individual rooms and smaller spaces; but the main benefits are as follows:
Firstly a split system is more economical as you only install one unit at a time and they use less energy
Secondly you can select the rooms that you want to heat or cool
Multi Split Air Conditioning
In every family there are those who like it cool, those that like it hot and those that like it somewhere in the middle. And for those households, there is the Multi Split system. Multi Split systems lets you run multiple units from the one compressor so you have independent temperature control for individual rooms. They allow you to:
- Heat or cool up to five rooms#
- Add air conditioning to small homes where ducted AC isn’t an option
- Heat or cool individual rooms simultaneously
Ducted Air Conditioning
Ducted systems comprise a discretely positioned outdoors compressor and a network of vents which heat or cool via an indoor unit. There are four advantages this type of system has:
They can be tailored to suit your home/needs
They are barely visible, don’t take up extra space and are extremely quiet
They add value to your sale price
You can heat or cool every room
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Ways to lower your air conditioning costs in summer
Modern air conditioning systems use high-performance electric compressors to produce cold air; though they are highly efficient, they do consume a lot of electricity, especially on the hottest summer days when you really need that cold air.
Air conditioning units are now so commonplace that they really are “part of the furniture” so to speak; much like a TV or a fridge. But they’re much, much more than this. Air conditioners are complex devices, which require specialist input in terms of maintenance and diagnostics.