Your Trusted Heating & Air Con Installer Anglesea
AustHVAC Is Your Local Residential Air Con Installer
Sudden changes in our Victorian weather can have you reaching for the remote to quickly heat or cool your home, AirBnB property or office space in Anglesea.
What’s the outstanding feature about an aircon installation for heating and cooling? Above all, the right sized unit helps you maintain comfortable climate control in your home with the click of a button, without having to ‘watch’ your energy usage.
Easy Temperature Control with an aircon installation
A good AC unit offers easy temperature control over the warm summer months, especially on those sudden heatwave days. Alternatively, you can keep your home warm with enough heat during colder seasons as autumn turns to winter.
Best of all, they are one of the most energy efficient heating and cooling systems on the market. Did you know some models offer a 7 star energy rating?
We Can Help You Decide Which Aircon System Is Best For Your Needs
If you’ve grabbed your phone and searched for “aircon installation near me”, AustHVAC is your registered provider of quality reverse cycle air conditioning units, also known as a split air conditioner. We’ll thoroughly assess your Anglesea property and address your specific needs. We are suppliers of premium solutions for your heating and cooling needs with our first rate split system air conditioners.
Free Quotes and Advice
For instance, if you’re unsure which reverse cycle heating and cooling size is best suited to the area of your home or office, we are happy to offer free quotes today. AustHVAC also provides sales aircon servicing and maintenance services when your aircon breaks down.
We’ve Installed 1000’s Of Split Systems
We have installed 1000’s of air conditioners in our many years in the air conditioner installation industry. Don’t take chances with your new air conditioner, get the best advice and installation services by the professionals.
Efficient Air Conditioning Installers in Anglesea, Bells Beach and Jan Juc
Importantly, when it comes to aircon installation, servicing and repairs, or maintenance, we service the entire region from Little River, Lara, Geelong, Queenscliff, Torquay, Ocean Grove, Winchelsea, Anglesea and Lorne. However, ask us if we travel to your area
Benefits Of Split Systems
Quick and Easy Installation
A reliable air con installer can replace or install your new unit in just a few hours. We’ll discuss the best position for maximum heating and cooling output. The outdoor condenser can be installed up to 25-30 m away from the indoor unit.
Are these units noisy? No. When the indoor split system unit is functioning, it is quiet enough not to be disturbing The outdoor unit is also quiet.
Are Split Systems Cost-Effective?
Yes, these air conditioners are relatively cost effective to operate. The higher the heat setting, the higher the cost per hour to operate
If you are looking for a heating and cooling option which requires minimal maintenance, then split air-con units tick all the boxes. The filters are washable and don’t require a lot of routine upkeep. The outdoor units are designed for easy access for any servicing needs.
Installing A Split System? Here’s What To Consider.
There are a number of aspects that contribute to installing a split system successfully for the best heating and cooling outcome and that’s unit size and location. These are the most important points you need to get right. Where you install your air conditioner in the room impacts both energy efficiency and your electricity bill.
The most important point to consider is the size of the split system for your home. Is the area large, featuring high ceilings, or a combined living-room kitchen area, or a home office? It’s important to choose the right size unit for for optimum heating and cooling performance from the air conditioning system.
The Indoor Unit
Indoor units should be installed to allow for clear unrestricted air flow throughout the space. The head is installed in a central location in the room you want to use it in.
Aesthetics – how will the room look once the unit is installed?
Airflow – avoid installing where airflow will blow on people.
Bedrooms– install the unit to the left or right of the bed so the air doesn’t blow directly on the bed.
Since cold / cool air naturally sinks, installing your split system air conditioner higher on your wall will help cool the room more evenly. Filters need regular cleaning and maintenance so make sure you have easy access.
Don’t install the indoor unit of your air conditioner above electrical fittings. In the unlikely event of the unit ever leaking, this could create a safety hazard.
Don’t install the head near a large vent. Increased dust lead to filters need more regular cleaning to keep it operating at optimum levels.
If the split system ac installation is mounted in the wrong place, your heating or air conditioning won’t be as effective as you would expect it to be.
So, what makes for the ideal installation? Ideally the indoor wall mounted unit is situated centrally in the room. This allows for even air flow distribution which will keep the room warmer or cooler overall, rather than experiencing hot or cold spots.
The outdoor unit needs to be installed in an open space and easily accessible for maintenance.
We are very happy to book an appointment to offer our professional advice on what’s the best brand, size and capacity of the unit and the optimal location for a successful installation you’ll be happy with.
Where To Position The Outdoor Unit
The outdoor units are generally installed against the outside wall of the room being air conditioned, unless this is impossible. Your qualified and licensed air con installer will decide the best location.
Some outdoor systems can be very noisy. If the unit is noisy, take into consideration the impact on your neighbours. They won’t want to listen to a noisy compressor grinding away.
It’s important outdoor units are mounted in stable places where they won’t vibrate, such as a concrete pad, or slab. They require plenty of open space on either side for airflow. Keeping undergrowth cut well back is a must. Install the unit where it’s easily accessible for regular checks and maintenance. Also make sure it’s not exposed to corrosive substances.