We offer deals and promotions with all the major brands such as Daikin, Fujitsu, Samsung, Actron, Panasonic, Mitsubishi Electric. We offer affordable aircon in the Northern Beaches!
Servicing Sydney. We service and repair reverse cycle ducted and split air conditioners. Trust Luxe for brands such as Fujitsu, Teco, Carrier, York, Mitsubishi, Daikin, Panasonic, Kelvinator, LG, Toshiba, Actron Air, Hitachi, Samsung, Temperzone, Sanyo, Airwell, Bradway, Apac
If you need help wanting to know the cost of ducted air conditioning we have the perfect tool that can help! Our ducted air conditioning cost calculator will let you know how much your new or replacement reverse cycle ducted air conditioner will be. Its a good start but it is also good to get an onsite consultation to know the exact figure however Luxe Air Conditioning offers a tool to help with your budget forecasting or just general knowledge. For our ducted air conditioning cost calculator visit:
Ducted Air Conditioning Cost Calculator
It all depends on the type of usage you want. For instance if you were just wanting to cool a single bedroom then a split system or bulkhead unit would be cheaper however if you want to air condition your home all at once then a ducted system would be cheaper. With inverter technology these days the cost is getting more and more affordable and energy efficiency of ducted units is getting much better. Inverter systems are getting down to 25% energy consumption from their kilowatt rating for example if you had a 10.1kw ducted it would have the ability to ramp down to 2.5kw of cooling.
It all depends on the application however in our experience the most reliable and simplest ducted air conditioner is Daikin Industries followed by Panasonic. We base this on ease of use, performance, technical support, after market care, price and end quality.
A ducted air conditioner has an evaporator indoor unit usually located and installed in the roof space. You can block off air flow and or restrict airflow to room via temperature control, switches. this is called zones. The outdoor unit is mounted on the external part of the home or office away from plain sight. You can block off air flow and or restrict airflow to room via temperature control, switches.