Air Conditioning Where You Want It, When You Want It

by CCB Today | Saturday, Mar 10, 2018 | 219 views

HVAC systemFor many, summer in Sydney means taking advantage of all its amazing beaches to bask in the sun and just relax. However, there are just some days wherein the temperature can spike significantly, forcing people to stay indoors rather than risk suffering from the consequences of overexposure to high heat.

Staying indoors, where there’s cooled and conditioned air, means more than just relief from the scorching heat of the summer sun. It also means avoiding potential health issues, such as heat stroke and sunburns. On the other hand, it also means significant increases in your utility bills, especially if you run multiple air conditioners in each room simultaneously.

A solution to your multiple AC operation needs

You want to remain cool and comfortable together with your loved ones at home, but the toll of operating multiple air conditioners on your budget can be quite huge. This is particularly true for a home that has a traditional central air conditioning system installed in.

The good news is, you have a good alternative to this type of cooling system that even works as a space heater as needed: installing a split system air conditioner. The savings you can get from their zoning features, combined with their silent operation and convenience, should be enough to make you want to make the switch ASAP.

Money-saving zoning feature for both cooling and heating

The ‘zoning’ capability of split system ACs allow users to choose which ‘area’ (or zone) of the house they want to cool, and at which times of the day. This then gives you complete control over the rooms that you only want to bring cooled air to, while turning it off for the other areas of your home not in use.

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And to top everything off, since no conditioned air goes to waste, you can minimise your energy consumption, while also benefiting the environment.

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