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Better Air Conditioning Solutions
If you need an air conditioner, the choices can seem overwhelming. There’s a huge amount of brands and types of air conditioners to choose from… where do you start? You need a trusted, experienced expert who can guide you to find the right system for your needs. Not only that, but you want a system that is going to last and stand up to the harsh West Australian summers.
Thankfully Volt Air is here to help you find the best solution for your needs.
We provide expert advice and knowledge that will ensure a solution that serves you well into the future.
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Air Con FAQs
What is the difference between central air conditioning and room air conditioning?
Central air conditioning is ducted throughout a home, usually connected to a furnace, to cool multiple rooms or areas at one time. Room air conditioning is used to cool a single room or area, usually without the use of any ducts.
How long does it typically take to install a home air conditioning system?
Installing a home air conditioning system typically takes 2-3 days, depending on the type of system being installed, the difficulty of the installation and access to the areas where the system will be installed.
What type of maintenance do air conditioners require?
Air conditioners require regular maintenance such as changing filters, cleaning evaporator coils and checking refrigerant levels. It is also important to inspect the unit for any damage or leaks. If an issue is found, it is best to have a professional inspect and repair the air conditioner.
How much do home air conditioning systems cost?
The cost of home air conditioning systems varies depending on the type, size, and features of the system. Split systems typically range from about $4,000 to $10,000, while ductless mini-splits cost between $1,500 and $5,000.
How can I keep my air conditioning system running efficiently?
Regular maintenance is key to keeping your air conditioning system running efficiently. This includes changing the air filter regularly, cleaning the outdoor unit regularly, and scheduling professional maintenance checks at least twice a year to check for any potential issues. Additionally, making sure your home is well insulated and air sealed will help to minimize any air leakage and ensure that your system doesn’t have to work too hard to keep your home cool.
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