During summer, the heat of Melbourne can feel inescapable. Having a split system air conditioner in your home can help you maintain a pleasant climate, plus it’s a really cost effective way of keeping cool. Reverse cycle air conditioners are doubly beneficial as they can be used to produce heat when the temperatures take a chilly turn.
The best reverse cycle air conditioners and the best experience
WeatherWorld has been installing split system reverse cycle air conditioners in properties around Melbourne for more than 30 years. We are a Seeley Climate Master, which means we can offer exclusive products and manufacturer warranties (some up to 7 years) that others cannot.
We’ve also got one of the best product ranges in the market, providing only the leading reverse cycle air conditioner brands: Daikin, Mitsubishi Electric, Fujitsu, Panasonic, LG, Samsung, Toshiba, Carrier, and Lennox.
How does reverse cycle split systems work?
To find out more about WeatherWorld’s expert services and competitive reverse cycle air conditioning installation costs, request a quote today. We’ll get back to you within 24-48 hours, and will be able to help you in finding the perfect system for your specific property.
What is a reverse cycle air conditioner?
A split system air conditioner is so called because half of the unit stays outside, while the other half is fitted inside your home. It’s an incredibly popular system, as it allows areas in the home to be easily cooled down with the cost efficiency of only having the one unit. Reverse cycle means that you can also utilise a heat pump to create hot air when it’s cold outside.
There are 5 different types of split systems, which the expert team at WeatherWorld can help you decide on:
- Wall mounted: most common system. This unit is mounted to the wall usually at the highest point before the ceiling. Ideal for small homes or apartments.
- Bulkhead: typically used in properties where there is not enough wall space to install a standard wall mounted system, or if there are concrete ceilings
- Ceiling cassette: mounted in the ceiling, perfect for properties where wall space is very limited
- Console: can be installed on the floor or ceiling. Promotes high airflow, and is typically used in commercial environments
- Floor standing: compact units that stand on the floor and are fitted with swivelling louvers to make sure air is distributed around the room
To find out more or to learn what the best reverse cycle air conditioning system for you is, contact WeatherWorld today. If you would like information of prices, please fill out our quick quote form and we will be in touch with you as quickly as possible.