Fully Ducted Systems

Simple one-touch controls keep your home fresh in summer and warm in winter. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning has increased in popularity over the last few years due to increased affordability and technological advances in the systems available. Ducted reverse cycle systems are the ultimate in-home comfort and climate control.

Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning is also known as refrigerative air conditioning.

Ducted systems are quiet, efficient and incredibly flexible. A ducted system offers you the most extensive range of options when considering your fully air-conditioned home solution. With the ability to run your air conditioning system through either ceiling or floor vents, you can choose the most effective way to keep the temperatures in your home under your control.

Ducted air conditioning is by far the cleanest, quietest and most energy-efficient in bringing the comfort of fresh cool air to your home or office. The unit is typically located indoors in the ceiling with flexible ductwork distributing conditioned air through vents located throughout the house, whereas, the compressor unit installed outside the home.

Ducted air conditioning systems designed to operate in two or more zones, which can be heated or cooled at different times. All this means you can manage your air conditioning system in the living area during the day and the bedrooms at night, saving you money on energy costs.

A ducted system consists of a device cabinet located outside incorporating an inverter power feature, ensuring optimum efficiency of power usage. The air con unit, hidden from view, may be situated in the roof cavity or under the ground, provides clean filtered air ducted anywhere within your domain. Ducting is the network of sealed flexible cylindrical tubes, connecting the aircon unit to every room vent. The ducting system also recirculates air to the unit utilizing a return air panel, removing dust, dirt and airborne pollens.

A ducted system also can provide different temperature to different areas simultaneously, whether for working, leisure or sleeping. A central control point allows adjustments of comfort levels to all or individual zones. Most AC units provide either sleep or delay functions, and a few groups also are ready to be remotely controlled to start cooling before you arrive home.