Ducted Air Conditioning Central Coast
Ducted Air Conditioning
Ducted air conditioning Central Coast is a convenient way to heat and cool your entire home. The system is a popular choice for homeowners across the Central Coast. Flexibility is a major benefit of ducted AC systems as it can also provide heating to the home. With over 20+ years of experience, the Twin Lakes Air + Solar team guarantees quality installs with industry leading brands.
Ducted systems are the perfect solution for whole home climate control. Our expert team have a wealth of experience installing ducted systems to all types of homes.
Purchase a Hitachi premium 7kW Ducted System and have it fully installed for $4,895. The unit has great flexibility with constrained ceiling cavities. Perfect for homes, apartments of commercial buildings.
Can also be paired Hitachi’s newest addition airCloud Home. Homeowners are able to control their system from anywhere using their smartphone or digital device.
Ducted Systems An Overview
Ducted systems are powered by a central fan coil, which is connected to the home via a network of ducts and vents. This allows entire home climate control for heating and cooling.
Year Round Comfort
Enjoy year round comfort in every room. Ducted systems control temperature throughout the home. Never worry about outside temperatures again!
One Touch Climate Control
Control the climate of your home with a zone controller pad. The controller panel is located in a central area. It allows you to control the climate of your home.
Keep the house temperature consistent across multiple rooms and living spaces. Ducted systems are a whole-home solution!
Even Air Flow
Ducted systems use sophisticated filtering systems to ensure air flow is clean and consistent.
Benefits of Ducted Systems
Here are some of the key benefits of ducted air conditioners.
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How Ducted Air Conditioning Works
Air is pumped via a system of pipes and ducts, located in the roof space. This air flow is powered by a unit that sits outside of the building and another unit that is based within the roof. These two units are the engine that pushes the air throughout the building.
Ducts are silver, which helps to reflect heat better, allowing the air to remain cool as it moves through the series of ducts. A steel coil inside the duct adds strength to the system and extra insulation to help with lower energy consumption from the entire system.
Systems will often utilise ‘zoning’, which greatly increases the efficiency of the system. Essentially the building is broken up into a series of ‘zones’, which can be both rooms and living spaces, allowing the user to control the air flow to each ‘zone’. Unlike split systems, ducted systems allow more multiple zones of cooling and heating.
Air regulators maintain the air being distributed to the zones of the house. The regulators open and close, which controls the air flow in each zone. Some zones can be turned off completely, with the regulators closing to restrict airflow to that particular area.
Once the air has circulated, it is returned to the system via air grilles situated throughout the home or building. Grilles can come in different shapes and sizes and are often the most visual points of the ducted system. Grilles help to purify the air as it circulates, which means it is important that they are cleaned regularly to ensure air purity in the home.
In summary, ducted air conditioners have both an inside unit and outside unit, working together to push the conditioned air throughout the home, which travels in a series of ducts to different zones – controlled and dispersed by diffusers and regulated by dampers.
What Are Ducted Systems Suited For?
Ducted air conditioning is ideally suited for larger properties and homes, with two levels or adequate roof space.