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Split System:

Split systems have become the most popular heating and cooling solution. These systems are split into two parts. A slim line wall mounted console is installed inside your home and is connected to the outdoor unit (condenser) by refrigeration piping and electrical wiring. With the separation of the two parts comes a whisper quiet operation that is suited especially to bedrooms and lounge rooms. The outdoor unit, which can be installed in a discreet outdoor location, has a high ‘star’ energy rating meaning lower running costs.

Multi System:

Multi Split Systems are one of today's most advanced forms of air conditioning. One outdoor unit can power up to six indoor units simultaneously, yet it remains highly energy efficient when operating just one indoor unit at low capacity. The range includes 6 different indoor unit types and 14 different models ranging in capacity from 2.3kW to 6.8kW. With such a wide range of options to choose from, there's a combination to suit almost any need from a small apartment to a large family home.

Each indoor unit can be operated independently. That is, on/off, temperature, air movement, up/down/left/right, time clock operation, can all be controlled from their own wireless remote.

Ducted System:

A ducted air conditioning system is an exceptionally discreet whole home solution. The ducted system can be installed in a new home or designed to suit an existing one. With the ability to distribute air flow to one room, multiple rooms or the whole house. Once installed, only the wall controller, the return air grille and the distribution grilles are visible in your home.

Ducted air conditioners consist of an indoor and outdoor unit and a network of ducts. The indoor unit is usually located in the ceiling or under the floor out of sight, with flexible ducting distributing air through as many or as little vents throughout your home.

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