Ducted Reverse Cycle Cooling
National Heating & Cooling
Geelong, Bendigo and Wodonga’s Leaders in Ducted Air Conditioning Installation
Ducted reverse cycles are quickly becoming the most popular cooling system installed into both new and existing homes.
Also known as ducted split, ducted reverse cycle systems give you maximum flexibility and control over where and when you can cool certain areas of your home. This is because unlike split systems, ducted reverse cycle aircon installations are not limited to only being able to cool one room. Ducted splits that use inverter technology greatly help to reduce your energy consumption. As always, our products and services are designed around your lifestyle and house design.
Choosing your air conditioner from National Heating & Cooling
There are many things to consider when choosing the right system, such as the orientation of your house, the number of people living there, the level of insulation and more. At National Heating & Cooling, we make this choice simple. Our design software eliminates all of the variables when it comes to installing a ducted split that is both efficient to run and cost effective to purchase. Our team of experienced and fully qualified technicians will walk you through your options, giving you all the information you need to choose the perfect ducted reverse cycle air conditioner installation for your home with no trouble at all.
What separates ducted reverse cycle air conditioners from the rest?
While we explain every product before its purchased, here’s a quick guide on what you’re getting with a ducted reverse cycle air conditioner installation. To understand it, we first need to cover what an aircon actually does:
A fan draws air from inside your home and brings it into the system
- The air is passed over a refrigerant (cool liquid), which absorbs heat before the air is pumped back into your home
- The system collects the evaporated refrigerant, removes the heat and allows it to liquefy for the cooling of more air
As the name suggests, the key to a reverse cycle system is that this process can be reversed to heat the air. This means a single unit can both cool and heat the air, allowing you to keep your home comfortable all year round. With the added advantage of ducts, you can ensure every room is cooled or heated as desired.
Talk to the team
For a reliable, professional air conditioning installation, choose the experts from National Heating and Cooling. Contact us by phone or in writing and we will be more than happy to discuss what we can do to meet your needs.