What is Ducted Air Conditioning?
A ducted air conditioning system has its internal unit (fancoil) installed within the roof space of the home. A series of ducts run from the air conditioning unit to each of the rooms in the home, allowing you to cool or heat each room with a control panel to set the target temperatures in each zone. This is the best option for temperature control throughout a large home.
Why Would I Need A Ducted Air Conditioning System?
Ducted air conditioning systems give you complete control over cooling the entire house. If you have several key rooms in your home that need to be cooled during the warmer months of the year, then using a series of window air conditioners is inefficient and loud.
Split air conditioning systems are designed for one room at a time, which makes operating them in several rooms a huge logistical nightmare not to mention initial outlay and ongoing running costs.
A ducted air conditioning system gives you the option of cooling the entire house, or just select rooms or zones.
The control system is extremely versatile and gives you all of the control you need to maintain comfort and keep your energy costs down.