Reverse-cycle air-conditioning is the most environmentally efficient form of heating. But most people don’t understand the logic.
Put simply, up to three or more units of heat can be transferred for every unit of electricity used to run reverse-cycle air conditioning. That’s saving the planet’s finite resources and helping limit pollution.
Not only that, the latest energy-efficient air-conditioning systems use up to 40 per cent less power than older models. This is not just because of how they operate but because they can be programmed remotely to come on only when needed.
The latest ducted systems can be set to warm or cool certain zones of a house to suit the occupants’ daily needs. As well, the latest technology can include movement sensors that activate the system when someone enters the room.
Connecting the correct system to your house and running it through an appropriate rooftop solar array can reduce your energy consumption to next to nothing.
Put simply, if you pay upfront now for the latest technology you are future-proofing your household budget against inevitable energy price increases.
Energy Rating Systems (ERS) has a suite of top-line products to address every aspect of a household’s energy needs. Among them is the new range of Mitsubishi ducted air conditioning systems.
Climate control is at the touch of a button with individual zone supervision a feature. Warm air is quietly ducted throughout the house using slim, elegant diffusers in the ceiling, wall or floor.
Contact ERS for more information and advice on the best sized system for your house.