air conditioner upgrade

Increase The Energy Efficiency Of Your Air Conditioning System

You don’t upgrade your air conditioning system very often, so it would be fair to say that there have been some big advancements to improve the energy efficiency of air conditioners since your last upgrade.

Air conditioning in your house accounts for 40% of your power cost, so installing the most energy-efficient system available makes sense. Daikin Australia tests suggest that typical running expenses can be lowered by up to 25% compared to similar models introduced only ten years ago.

Access The Latest Technology In Air Conditioning

Fixed-speed compressors from the previous generation have been replaced with intelligent inverter-driven compressors that significantly cut power usage and better control temperatures.

Ten zones have taken the place of four, meaning you only need to cool the spaces you are using. Smartphone applications that use Wi-Fi/4G control are now included when you link your ducted air conditioner with MYAIR5 zoning, allowing you to control your home’s temperature from your hand.

Reduced Noise And Air Conditioning Issues

While a few alternatives are available to fix the noise issue in your air conditioner, replacing it with a new system will be a better option.

Experts In Air Conditioning Upgrades, Installations And Services

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Climaterite is Melbourne’s air conditioning specialist. We have over 30 years of experience in the home air conditioning business and have become Melbourne’s go-to air conditioning professionals in several industries.

We have upgraded and installed air conditioning systems throughout our company’s history in many dwellings and property types, from single-family homes to apartments, flats, villas, and commercial and government buildings.

Our expert residential air conditioning professionals can assist you with your cooling analysis, ensuring that your home obtains the most acceptable cooling solution that fits your needs and budget.

Whether working on a home or commercial property, we give transparent quotations and pricing as the norm. We pride our crew on being police-checked, knowledgeable, and, most importantly, courteous and trustworthy. All our employees are vaccinated against Covid-19.

Each of our specialists is fully licenced and certified to work on your property.

You will interact with a local staff person at every level of our service. We are a long-standing member of the Melbourne and Victoria’s business communities, and we take pride in providing high-quality services to all our clients.

Above all, we guarantee quick response times. We recognise the significance of air conditioning in a residential environment, and we also recognise that it jeopardises the health, safety, and productivity when it fails. That is why we take pleasure in being one of our industry’s most prompt service providers.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you with all your home or office air conditioning requirements.

Upgrades And New Air Conditioning Installation Services

Are you looking to upgrade your current air conditioning system? Well, look no further.

Climaterite provides quality air conditioning installation upgrades for residential and commercial applications. We’ve built our reputation on the quality of our workmanship.

We source many quality brands such as, but not limited to:

For assistance with your upgrade, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Click on the below link to go through the Air Conditioning Guide from the Australian Refrigeration Council, which will help you in Buying, Installation & Maintenance of your Air conditioning unit.

FAQs – Air Conditioning Upgrades And Installation

Do I need expert help in installing split system air conditioner?

The split AC systems should be installed by ARCtick and VBA certified companies. Climaterite has these accreditations and can perform professional installations backed by our workmanship commitment.

Is it possible to have central air conditioning installed in an old historic home without tearing it apart?

Yes. However, each installation is different. An experienced ARCtick and VBA registered installer, such as Climaterite, can discuss the options available to you. We will assess the property, its environment and your needs and requirements.

Is there any negative impact of rain on AC outside unit?

The outdoor units are designed to withstand rain and other external environmental conditions. The installer will advise on the best location for the outdoor unit.

Is installing a thermostat a good idea with windows and split air conditioners?

Yes. A thermostat helps to control the operating temperature of the system so that internal comfort for occupants is regulated. Otherwise, it may get too hot or too cold which will be unpleasant.

Can I use flexible ducting already installed from my old Ducted Air Conditioners?

We will need to assess the age and condition of the old ductwork. If the ductwork is dirty, in poor condition or has not been maintained, it might be better to use new ductwork. We will make you a recommendation for you to consider.

How do I choose the best place to install a wall mounted Air Conditioner?

It is best to engage a professional to assess your property and the environment. Depending on your personal preferences, you might want to install the unit in the centre of the room. We can help recommend the ideal location based on our experience.

How do I choose best place for a ceiling mounted Air conditioner?

It is best to engage a professional to assess your property and the environment. The unit can be placed anywhere in the room, but certain factors will guide the most ideal location. For example, it is best to place the system away from a window.

Does the outdoor unit need to be installed on a concrete slab or on brackets?

Yes. The outdoor condenser unit needs to be level and fixed on a strong and robust base that can take the weight of the unit. We can install units on slabs or brackets.

What is the difference between installing a wall Mounted or Floor Standing split system?

Split systems are available in wall mounted or floor standing options. A wall mounted system has the internal unit fixed up on the internal wall which is connected to the external condenser unit. A floor standing system sits on the ground inside the property and is connected to the external condenser unit.