Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning – Supply and Install
Keep Your Family Comfortable all Year Round
Ducted reverse cycle systems give you the best for entire-home heating and cooling. They are energy efficient, cope well with humidity and WA’s heat and cold.
We supply and install the best brands, including LG, Daikin, Panasonic, Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, Toshiba, Carrier, Rinnai and Haier.
Full Control, Anytime
Your ducted reverse cycle system is linked with best of controllers such as the iZone. These controllers allow for Wi-Fi connection, air flow control, separate room temperature control as well as full home automation.
Each of our installations is treated as a one off, as every residential and commercial requirements differ and outlet and zone numbers change with these requirements.
The way we design, size the ducted refrigerated system and install the ducting outlets and the zone dampers and control system, will give you piece of mind for years and ensure you enjoy the changes of seasons.
Ducted reverse cycle air conditions should be installed by experts. Hearth House are registered refrigeration installers and hold our own Refrigeration of Australia number.
What is Inverter Technology?
All refrigerated air conditioners have an outdoor unit, which houses the compressor. There are three main types of compressors:
- Fixed-speed compressors – The compressor runs at 100% speed and then turns off when the set point temperature inside has been achieved. It will turn on again when the sensor in the home reads a 2 or 3 degree move from the set point.
- Inverter (variable speed) compressors – The most common now installed in all brands of refrigerated air conditioners. An Inverter compressor runs at 100% for the 1st 15 minutes approximately (some brands vary) and then slows down to about 80% till the set point temperature is achieved. The compressor will then slow down further to about 40 – 50% and hold the temperature at set point.
- Digital compressors – Only used on a certain few brands, this unit operates like a variable speed compressor, but will also slow down further to about 15% of its capacity to provide further operating cost savings. The issue with these types of systems is that the air flow is also reduced so large areas or multiple zones are not able to operate at the same time.
We will help you find the right kind of system to suit your needs.