Fully ducted air conditioning systems provide entire properties with effective airflow control. Commonly referred to as ‘central air conditioning,’ fully ducted air conditioners rely on one large condenser/compressor unit to supply the system with power and air. This allows for quite an impressive airflow solution for your property.
With fully ducted air conditioning systems, all of the control for the system can be done by accessing one single panel, located in a central area of the house of your choosing. This panel allows you to control everything from temperature to timing, making operating your air conditioning system much easier than it would be if you were using single, split system air conditioners throughout the house.
With select fully ducted air conditioning models, users are granted the control of being able to assign specific air temperature settings to certain ‘zones’ of each property. This grants the user a great amount of control when it comes to the temperature needs of different areas.
One great feature that many consumers enjoy with fully ducted air conditioning systems is the relative ‘invisibility’ that the system type allows. Aside from vents in the floors and ceilings of your property, you will quite literally not notice that it’s even there, as opposed to the large wall mounted units used in other air conditioning system types.
In addition to providing great initial purchase value, fully ducted air conditioning systems provide great value to properties, as they are permanent additions.
If you’re interested in learning what fully ducted air conditioning systems can provide for your specific needs, give us a call here at Maitland Air Conditioning & Electrical. We’ve got over 40 years of experience in working with all types of air conditioning systems here in the Maitland region. Give us a call for a free on-site consultation and quote.