Here at Air Care we have been cooling and heating homes for over 25 years. All installations done by Air Care are covered by a 3 year manufacturer warranty. You can be certain that our friendly, qualified technicians will take care of your air conditioning installation from start to finish.
Air Care offer reliable, ongoing maintenance and should you have any issues in the future, we will go extra mile to get the problem fixed.
Our team are fully qualified, insured and are up to date with the latest air conditioning technology and tools. All brands that we install are of high quality to tolerate our harsh climate and comply with Australian standards.
Let one of Air Care’s team visit your home to give you the best practical advice about your air conditioning installation. We can recommend the correct unit size for the area, the best installation place to get the most out of the air con unit and the best type of AC unit to suit your needs.
At Air Care we supply quality brands including Daikin, Braemar, Actron Air and Seeley and can provide a warranty on service and parts. However we also install and service any brand of air conditioner unit you may have including: Mitsubishi, Panasonic, LG, Fujitsu, Carrier, Kelvinator, Email and Trane.
When selecting a home air conditioner, there are many factors to take into consideration before installation. The number of rooms, how large the rooms are (dimensions), layout and aesthetics are all important as well as the cost implications. Manufacturers have worked hard to create a wide array of models and systems that not only look aesthetically pleasing, but are energy efficient.
Split System Air Conditioners are probably the most common units used in a residential environment. The two main advantages are that wall units are always the cheapest option to install and they are also easy to retrofit in rooms without the need for building works or redecoration. The indoor units are long, thin and placed at a high level on the wall.
Ducted Air Conditioning Systems are the most expensive choice, but they are certainly the most aesthetically pleasing solution. Ducted home air conditioning systems can be used to cool multiple rooms. However, the downside is that you cannot have individual room control (unless you have multiple ducted systems). These are best fitted as part of a building project as they require a ceiling void to house both the ducting and the air conditioning unit itself.
Multiple Split System Air Conditioners (or multi condenser) comprise of several split system or ducted indoor units, powered by a single outdoor unit. They are an ideal whole of home heating and cooling solution when individual split systems cannot be installed due to restricted space for the outdoor unit.
Call us today for an obligation free quote by our experienced air con technicians who can tackle even the toughest of domestic air conditioning installations. Or if you prefer, fill in the enquiry form and one of our friendly staff will contact you shortly.