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FAQ


All types, we can also provide energy savings to small commercial split air conditioning, package units or large commercial chillers. The higher your energy bill the more you save!

The individual is required by law to be ”ARC Tick Approved” to carry out the works, this insures the technician/s are a qualified experienced tradesperson and hold the necessary licences, permits, insurances etc. otherwise your insurances or warranty may be invalid & your property not protected if there is subsequent damage.

At the front (fan side) of unit, no less than 1m is recommended for a small split AC and 2m for a large package AC. More would be preferable. At the back (no fan) of unit, no less than 100mm is needed for a small split AC and 200mm for a large package AC. More would be preferable. N.B. All outdoor units not only need a minimum distance around them, but also must be located so that the hot air they blow out can escape away from the unit, and new cooler air can be taken through the unit. Careful consideration regarding location is required by an experienced installer.

In most buildings air conditioning accounts for up to 60% of energy use.

Absolutely, regular maintenance ensures that your air conditioning will work when you need it most & keep on working throughout the years. Benefits of regular maintenance include:

  • Reduces breakdown costs.
  • Keeps your AC unit running efficiently which in turn saves on energy consumption.
  • Maximises life cycle of air conditioning unit.

It is completely normal for the outside unit to drip water, particularly when operating a window unit or in heating mode. The unit has a drain outlet and coupling supplied should you wish to connect a drain pipe to remove this water.

We can arrange the installation at a time convenient to you. Most residential installations of a split system generally takes 4-6 hours. An installation of a ducted system generally takes 1 day. If additional work is required the time frame may extend.

Thermostats should be set between 25–27°C. Every 1°C lower can increase running costs by up to 15% or cost you for repairs because they do like a break every so often.

If there is a hot day forecast, then pre-cool your house the night before. This is especially effective if your house has a high thermal mass such as solid brick. This will allow your air conditioner to work at its optimum during the cool evening, saving power and wear and tear on the unit. It also allows the unit to keep on top of the heat load as it begins to warm up during the heat of the day.

An inverter is a type of power conversion circuit which provides optimum power control and extremely efficient operation by changing the frequency of the power supply. So even though you get speedy, flexible operation, you use less electricity than conventional units.