Add a ducted system during home renovation

Embarking on a home renovation is an opportunity to add value to your home by improving livability and the functionality of your home, not just improving the way it looks. You may be considering which rooms you wish to renovate, rather than thinking about the bigger picture. However, if you want a home that offers ideal temperatures all year round, from warm and cosy in winter to blissfully cool in summer, consider a ducted heat pump/air conditioner system. Installing a ducted heat pump/air conditioner during construction typically saves you time and money, as well as the hassle of post-construction installation. It will provide comfort for the whole house.

Ducted systems

  • Quick and easy to use
  • Energy-efficient with the use of optimal zone control
  • Noise-free

Installing a ducted system during renovation makes sense as the system is hidden in the ceiling space, which facilitates installation during construction. If you are making changes to a home, why not incorporate this in the work to kill two birds with one stone.

The advantage of a ducted heat pump/air conditioner is that it can be customised to suit your home and needs. If it is a big home, a non-ducted system wouldn’t be able to heat or cool the whole house with just one unit. A ducted system reaches all zones of the house and can be set to different temperatures throughout if you often disagree about the heat or cold of the house. It’s one part of renovating that can make a huge difference to your whole house, rather than just one room.

How does it work?

The ducted heat pump / air conditioner has an internal fan coil unit installed in the attic of the house. From this central location, a series of conduits emerge, leading to as many rooms in the house as the owner desires. From these air ducts it is possible to cool or heat each room individually. A wall controller allows you to select the temperature and other parameters. The controllers have timers, fan speed and mode selection and other features to keep your home at the ideal temperature all year round. You can set a schedule for your ducted air conditioning/heat pump system, turning it on before it gets very hot outside to reduce the power needed to cool your home, and turning it off when the sun goes down. The timers also ensure that you don’t forget to turn it off. Spending your time and money wisely by adding a stylish system that is unobtrusive to your home design. The outdoor unit is located on the outer wall, and the indoor unit is installed in the roof cavity. The only visible part of the system is the elegant air vents on the ceiling.

Because the duct system vents are on the ceiling, they provide more even cooling and heating across the entire area for effective temperature control. The duct system also tends to measure indoor temperature more efficiently, so the system does not work more than necessary to maintain the desired room temperature, helping to reduce energy consumption and associated costs. A ducted heat pump/air conditioner not only creates indoor comfort but can also contribute to the value of your home.

Contact us today to enquire about adding a ducted system during your renovation.

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