Ducted Air Conditioners
DUCTED AIR CONDITIONERS
Ducted air conditioning is typically a whole-home solution that allows you to air condition multiple rooms or the entire house using just one system. These air conditioning systems are designed to provide discreet air conditioning throughout your entire home. A Ducted air conditioning system can either be installed into a new home or designed to be fitted into an existing one.
All ducted air conditioning systems consist of an outdoor unit, indoor unit and ducting that is built into the home. The indoor unit is concealed out of sight in either the ceiling or under the floor while the outdoor unit is positioned outside your home in a discreet location. Flexible ducting distributes conditioned air all around the house using vents that are located throughout your home. Both the temperature and the hours of operation can be controlled by an easy to use control panel.
The benefits of ducted air conditioning
Ducted air conditioning gives you the flexibility to condition every room in your home. It can also be zoned to maximise energy efficiency and comfort. The positioning of discharging grilles can also be tailored to suit the shape of each room. Combined with an appropriate grille, ducted air conditioning can provide comfortable and continuous air distribution with no drafts from fans, hot spots or cold spots in the room.
Ducted air conditioner units can either be cooling only or reverse cycle, depending on if the owner requires a system to heat their home in addition to cooling. A reverse cycle system is extremely beneficial if you want a ducted aircon system that is capable of cooling your home in the summer and heating your home in the winter.
Ducted air conditioners come in a large range of sizes and designs. They are suitable for households ranging from small one level homes to large multiple level houses. Ducted air conditioning units can vary in levels of power use and output. This gives you a great benefit of tailoring your system for your home's exact needs.
Other benefits for ducted air conditioning units include:
- The unobtrusiveness of ducted air conditioning units due to the positioning of ducted units compared to other air conditioning types.
- The ducted system’s capabilities to deliver filtered and dehumidified air, perfect for people with sensitivities such as asthma or allergies.
- The potential increase in property value due to the existence of a well-installed ducted air conditioning system.
Our range of ducted air conditioners
Lawson Air has a variety of ducted air conditioning units ranging from standard ducted series to in-ceiling ducted systems. The standard ducted series is the perfect all-rounded ducted system for homes. However, slimline ducted systems may be a more ideal solution for households that have less available space for a ducted indoor unit. Bulkhead ducted systems are also a good solution for when ceiling space is limited and also if only one area needs to be conditioned. We also specialise in installing smart home ducted systems, a more modern and intuitive take on home ducted systems. The right ducted system for you might depend on what your home or building requires. We at Lawson Air will help determine which system is most suitable for your air conditioning needs. Contact us now for ducted air conditioning enquiries. For those that wish to browse the range of ducted air conditioners we supply, view our range of Ducted Air Conditioners here.
Our range of multi split & ducted zone controllers
A zone control system allows you to selectively condition ‘zones’ depending on which areas in your house you want cooled or heated, all while only using one ducted system. Zone control is, generally, a more efficient approach to ducted air conditioning as it allows the owner to decide which areas should be left unaffected by the HVAC system. Owners can decide which areas of a house will be considered as a zone, whether it is an entire floor of a house or just a couple of rooms. Zone controllers allow homeowners to control and monitor their ducted zone control system. Homeowners must select a zone controller that is more appropriate for their situation. View our range of Zone Controllers here.