Ducted air conditioning systems are a highly efficient and affordable way to keep your home cool during the summer months and warm throughout the winter. They allow you to take complete control of your indoor climate in each and every room.
Our range of ducted systems are available as units and controllers only, or as kits with capacities from 2.5kw to 16kw. We offer such an extensive selection because we want to make our product range suit every household’s or business’s budget.
One great advantage of installing ducted system air conditioning is that it caters for your entire home or office building. The cooling effect is softer than individual units as rather than dispersing a singular blast of cool air, the cooling or heating is gently dispersed around each room.
The ducted system allows for very specific air control in each room. Thanks to zoning in each room you can decide whether how much airflow you wish to flow through, shut the zone altogether or simply leave as is, thus saving you money as there is no unnecessary heating of areas not in use.
Ducted systems are energy efficient and after the initial outlay and installation you will be left with a product that in the long run will save you valuable money. Rather than having to pay for multiple unites to be installed in each room, there will be one central unit doing all the hard work to control the temperature in your building.
Another benefit of the ducted system is visually it is very unobtrusive. There is no wall mounted unit detracting from the overall appearance of each room, but rather a hidden central controller and discreet air vents in the ceiling. The ducted system also has the advantage of being quieter than a split system.
To get your ducted system up and running you will need to purchase 3 parts:
- Our kits, including all specialty items required to hang/mount the indoor Fan Coil Unit , ground mount the outside condenser unit and connect indoor and outdoor units together.
- The duct & grills, sold as a DAC air handling kit.
- The zone system to control the air to the individual areas.