Services

On this page you will find all of your services and sub-services. If you wish to proceed with a quote, please ensure you select the correct service required. If you have any questions about our services, fill out a contact form or simply give our team a call!

Ducted Reverse Cycle System

Ducted Reverse Cycle System

A ducted reverse refrigerated system is the ultimate form of air conditioning. It is suitable for most homes and dwellings, giving a choice of comfort level all year round. Being a reverse cycle, this system can keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter; unlike the Ducted Gas Heating system. In regards to its functioning, it is very similar to the gas heater. The condensing unit outside pumps the refrigerant into the indoor coil, along with air circulation via the return grille which is generally situated in the central area of the home or office. This allows for the air to flow out of the air vents at the desired temperature in each section of the house. The system can be zoned, allowing for ultimate efficiency and comfort.

  • Re-tighten all flare nuts to eliminate any potential gas leaks
  • Go over all electrical connections and retention them
  • Test current draw of electrical components
  • Go over all of the duct work to make sure there are no air leaks
  • Check correct airflow throughout the system
  • Check the gas charge is still correct
  • Check the condensate drain for correct installation and fall. A faulty drain could cause major damage to your ceilings and walls
  • Clear out the drain
  • Coil clean outdoor coils
  • Inspect and clean the return air filters
  • Clear out any insects and rodents from the system
  • Check the operation of the thermostat
  • Check the units switching between heating and cooling effectively
  • Check both the indoor and the outdoor unit is level and not dropped on one side
  • Go over the insulation on the refrigerant pipe work, ripped and torn insulation can cause flooding which could damage ceilings and walls.
Wall Mounted Split System

Wall Mounted Split System

The wall mounted split system (commonly referred to in the industry as a ‘splitty’) is the most common form of air conditioning in the industry; using the same mechanics as the Ducted Reverse Cycle. It is commonly found in the living room and bedroom, gaining its popularity from the affordability and the flexibility to have both heating and cooling at the touch of a button. The ‘splitty’ is mounted onto the wall with a small hole directly behind, allowing for a set of copper pipes and a drain to be connected. This connects the outside unit to the ‘splitty’ itself. The ‘splitty’ is designed to re-circulate the air in the specified room for a comfortable temperature all year round.

  • Re-tighten all flare nuts to eliminate any potential gas leaks
  • Go over all electrical connections and retention them
  • Test current draw of electrical components
  • Check the gas charge is still correct
  • Check the condensate drain for correct installation and fall. A faulty drain could cause major damage to your ceilings and walls
  • Clear out the drain
  • Coil clean the indoor and outdoor coils
  • Inspect and clean the return air filters
  • Go over the insulation on the refrigerant pipe work. Ripped and torn insulation can cause flooding which could damage ceilings and walls.
  • Clear out any insects and rodents from the system
  • Check the operation of the thermostat
  • Check the units switching between heating and cooling effectively
  • Check both the indoor and the outdoor unit is level and not dropped on one side.
Ducted Gas Heating

Ducted Gas Heating

Ducted heating is one of the most common heating systems to provide warmth to the entire house. Ducted central heating is designed to draw air inside your home through a return air grille. This air is then passed over a heat exchanger to be warmed by gas combustion.

Once the air has been heated from the main unit, it is pushed through the ducts into the home via a series of vents in the ceiling or floor. (picture in diagram is one of the many models – each unit can vary)

  • Re-tighten all flare nuts to eliminate any potential gas leaks
  • Go over all electrical connections and retention them
  • Test current draw of electrical components
  • Go over all of the duct work to make sure there are no air leaks
  • Check correct airflow throughout the system
  • Check the gas pressure is still correct
  • Inspect the burners are safe
  • Clear out the drain
  • Inspect and clean the return air filters
  • Clear out any insects and rodents from the system
  • Check the operation of the thermostat
  • Check the unit is heating effectively
  • CO2 Testing throughout
Ducted Evaportative Cooling

Ducted Evaportative Cooling

Evaporative air conditioning works on the same principle as why you feel cooler by the water when there’s a breeze. Ducted evaporative cooling begins in the cooling unit outside the house. This unit has cooling pads which are fed water from an internal water tank. A fan inside the unit then draws air in through the wet cooling pads and, the same way the air cools as it blows across water, the cooling pads cool the air drawn in. The cool air is then pumped throughout your home. Different to the reverse cycles and gas heater, the evaporative cooler only cools and does not recycle the air throughout the home. You are required to have windows open throughout to release the air being poured inside. These systems are more suited for a dry climate and may not work as effectively in humid conditions.

  • Go over all electrical connections and retention them
  • Test current draw of electrical components
  • Go over all of the duct work to make sure there are no air leaks
  • Check correct airflow throughout the system
  • Check the water pressure is still correct
  • Clear out the drain
  • Clean the fans
  • Inspect and clean the filter pads
  • Clear out any insects and rodents from the system
  • Check the operation of the thermostat
  • Check the unit is heating effectively
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