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HVAC: Keeping Your Cool In the Summer

Hey! My name is Danny and this is my new HVAC blog. HVAC might seem like a really boring subject, but have you ever considered that when you enter the local shopping mall or your place of work, the only reason it feels comfortable is because of the complex HVAC systems. I only came to truly appreciate my HVAC system when it stopped working. It was a really hot day in Sydney and I came home from work to discover the inside of my home was hotter than the surface of the sun. I called in a contractor who fixed up the HVAC system and gave me some great tips. Since then, I have been finding out all I can about the world of HVAC.

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Why Installing a Reverse Cycle Air Conditioner Is a Smart Idea

Standard air conditioners are best known for their cooling ability, especially during the hot sunny days of the summer when staying comfortably cool indoors is almost impossible. When heating service is required, HVAC systems other than air conditioners have been the traditional choice. But with reverse cycle air conditioners, it is possible to kill two birds with one stone; that is, successfully get heating and cooling service from the same equipment. Yes, reverse air conditioners do not just give people the power to control their indoor temperatures during the summer months but in the wintertime as well. 

For homeowners that already have ducts running in the ceiling and around the entire house, installing a ducted reverse cycle air conditioner would be a smart decision. The following points explain why.

It is cost efficient

When everything has to be done from scratch, installation costs for reverse cycle air conditioning systems can prove to be quite high because the cost of running ductwork through the attic usually accounts for a large percentage of the total costs. In homes where ductwork already exists, the arduous job of installing ductwork can be avoided, resulting in a significant reduction in the overall air conditioner installation costs.

It saves on interior space

There are lots of practical things you can do with your residential space — installing heating and cooling equipment that takes up too much of your precious indoor space is definitely not one of them. With reverse cycle air conditioning systems, a single unit supplies both cool and warm air to the interiors of the home through the ducts in the ceiling. This eliminates the need to install an extra HVAC unit, thus saving up the available space for better use.

It provides maximum uptime

Unlike other types of air conditioners that are only used during the cold season, reverse cycle air conditioners are relied upon all year round because they provide both cooling and heating service. As other types of air conditioners are being turned off so that separate heating equipment can swing into action when the winter season sets in, reverse air conditioners will simply be switched to the "heating" mode. Hence, it is safe to say that reverse cycle units provide maximum uptime. 

If you are looking for a two-in-one solution to your home heating and cooling requirements, it is clear that reverse cycle air conditioning is an option that you should seriously consider.