A refrigerated ducted air conditioning system is the premium solution to keep you cool in summer and warm in winter – the best of both worlds!
Ducted air conditioning systems are suitable for most Australian homes, including single storey and double storey. A ducted air conditioning system allows you to control the temperature in your home from a central location. The system will automatically maintain your chosen temperature – set and forget.
Being reverse cycle, the system can be used all year round for heating or cooling your home. You even have the flexibility of choosing specific zones in your home to heat or cool. By switching off air flow in parts of your home you are not using, you can minimise your environmental impact and your power costs.
When designing a ducted system for your home, our expert team works with you to understand your specific needs and application. We tailor a system to suit your budget and your home’s individual layout, to keep you and your family comfortable 365 days a year.
To ensure your ducted air conditioning system operates efficiently and reliably, regular maintenance is important. This can be overlooked by homeowners as the main system components are usually out of sight (and, therefore, out of mind!).
Look to Platinum Power & Air for your ducted air conditioning installation and maintenance needs in the greater Perth metropolitan area.
Understanding how a ducted air conditioning system works can be complicated. We’ve broken it down so you can understand the basics.
The control unit situated at a convenient, central location in the home.
Installed in a discrete location, usually above the ceiling in the roof cavity. Contains the fan that blows air throughout the system ducting.
Also hidden from view throughout the roof cavity, channels the air throughout the home via air outlets.
Stylish openings installed in the ceiling where the air is pumped into the home.
Located in the return air grille, this ensures the air flowing through the home is clean and hygienic (requires regular cleaning to ensure optimum performance and good health for you and your family).
Blows the warm air extracted from the system to the outside.
Two connected coils with continuously flowing refrigerant fluid - one coil in the indoor unit called the evaporator, one coil in the outdoor unit called the condenser.