Everything you need to know to get the most out of your air conditioning unit

Are you looking to purchase a new air conditioning system, but not sure where to start? Or do you have a system, but looking for a quick answer before you give the professionals a call?  Keep reading to find the answer to your air conditioning FAQs.

Air conditioning systems

There are a few signs to look out for that will tell you that you need a new system. The most obvious signs being its ability to cool and heat, leakages and short cycling.

Another common sign is the age of your unit. We always say that proper and regular maintenance services extends the life of an air conditioning unit, however like anything in life, your unit will have an expiry date.  If you’ve had your air conditioner for 10-15 years, it may be time to upgrade to a newer, more efficient model.

If you’re not sure whether your air conditioner is performing at its best, get in touch with our team to organise an inspection.  

Ducted air conditioning operates from one central unit that sends out through the entire space via air ducts. It’s the most common, and popular air conditioning option for offices and homes.  

Split systems are wall mounted units that typically only heat or cool one room. Head to our blog to find out the advantages and disadvantages of each system, and our recommendations on the most suitable choice for your space.  

It’s the age-old question. And although each individual may prefer a certain temperature to keep them comfortable all year round, your air conditioner also has the perfect temperature to ensure your air conditioning unit runs optimally.

We recommend keeping the temperature between 21 to 23 degrees Celsius whether it’s on the heating or cooling settings. Find out more about why this is the ideal temperature by heading to our blog 

Energy labels rate the level of energy efficiency of your air conditioning unit. Units that are more energy efficient will use less electricity, and therefor have a higher energy rating. The more stars on the energy level, the more energy efficient the unit is.

If you need assistance finding the best suited unit for you, get in touch with our team today. 

As a Daikin Specialist Dealer, we have the expert knowledge to help recommend, install and service the full range of Daikin’s air conditioning systems.

If you’re looking for the perfect Daikin air conditioning system, we’re here to help. Get in touch with us today. 

We’ve been sourcing, and installing Mitsubishi Electric systems of years, which is why we’re proud to be recognised as Mitsubishi Diamond Dealer Air Conditioning Specialists.

We’re here to help you find the perfect system for your home or business, so be sure to get in touch with us today to find out how we can assist you.  

Air conditioning maintenance

A regular maintenance schedule can extend the life of your system, while ensuring energy efficiency. We recommend bi-annual maintenance services to ensure your air conditioning unit is working at its best through the hotter and colder months of the year.

If it’s been a while since your last maintenance service, get in touch with us today. 

Our residential services are designed to ensure your home’s air conditioning unit is working in tip-top shape. Our services include repair, cleaning and preventative maintenance. Our commercial air conditioning services are suited for offices, warehouses, businesses, and shop fronts.

If you need assistance choosing the best suited unit for your business, get in touch with us today. 

A small amount of leaking water from your air conditioner is quite normal and can occur from condensed air. However, if you’re noticing more than your average drip, where the water starts pooling, there could be an underlying problem with your unit. This could be for many reasons such as a clogged air filter, blocked drain hole, drain line disconnection or broken pump.

If you are experiencing a leak, be sure to give us a call.  

Do you have a burning question that wasn’t covered?

Be sure to get in touch with our team to see how we can help.