Residential Air Conditioning Installations Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast
Are you looking for a new Air Conditioning system that is equipped with the latest technology, remarkably reliable and highly efficient? If so, you have come to the right place. Here at Advanced Air, we will attend your home, examine your layout and surroundings and discuss with you your needs and requirements. Our experienced Estimators will then recommend an Air Conditioning system; Wall Mounted Split Air Conditioning System, Multi Split System or Ducted Air Conditioning Systems are the most common options, and, if applicable, will pair it with an Air Conditioning Zone Management System, that is going to keep you and your family cool and comfortable all year round.
We work with many market leading brands, however you can’t go wrong with a Daikin system; the leader in home Air Conditioning and the perfect option with the rising temperatures here in Queensland, from blistering summers to chilly winter nights, choosing a reliable Air Conditioning manufacturer, like a Daikin, is the first step.
Finding The Perfect Air Conditioning System
Ensuring your Air Conditioning system is the right design, size, and setup for your home is the next step. Here at Advanced Air Conditioning, we’re happy to provide a free quote, and part of this is making sure you are investing in the right sized system for your home. There are many different variables that go into answering this question, and our experienced Estimators take these into account before making any recommendations, as having a well planned design allows you to be cool and comfortable whilst running the most cost effective and energy efficient Air Conditioning system.
If you want to install an Air Conditioning system that’s too big or too small in capacity, or just going for the cheapest Air Conditioning option, can lead to your electricity bills quickly adding up and poor quality or ineffective cooling or heating.
What type of Air Conditioning System is Right for your Home?
Naturally, we will guide you on the ideal Air Conditioning system, one that’s perfect for your home, the Queensland climate, your lifestyle and something affordable for your budget. As part of our free quote, we will also explain and educate you on the differences between Air Conditioning systems, zone management systems, and leading brands, such as Daikin, Hitachi, Mitsubishi Electric, Fujitsu, Actron Air and more. Below is a quick overview and if you would like to know more about any of these systems, please just get in touch with us on (07) 3256 6033, firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us online.
Wall Mounted Split Air Conditioning Systems
These systems are the most popular style of air conditioning system in Brisbane homes and apartment for single room cooling and heating. You’ve likely seen hundreds of these systems in friend’s homes, and in small commercial buildings. Most have the option of wireless operation from your smartphone or tablet.
Multi Split Air Conditioning Systems
A multi split air conditioning system is a great option if you want air conditioning in multiple rooms and have limited space outdoors. The benefits of a multi split system is that you have one outdoor unit which can be connected to multiple indoor units of varying size, capacity and type. Most have the option of wireless operation from your smartphone or tablet.
Ducted Air Conditioning Systems
A ducted air conditioning system is the ultimate way to cool and heat your home or business, allowing you to control rooms separately or the entire space with the one control. Ducted air conditioning is remarkably discreet as it's concealed in your ceilings, walls or floors. Ducted systems can be paired with zone management systems featuring temperature sensors for maximum efficiency.
Zone Management Systems and Wifi
A home designed and installed with smart zone management systems, such as Advantage Air MyAir, iZone, AirTouch allows for options such as temperature sensors and motion sensors to be installed which monitors and maximises energy and cost efficiency. Wireless controller technology enables you to control your air conditioning system from your smart phone or tablet.
Choosing The Right Air Conditioning Team
Depending on the Air Conditioning system you decide on, residential Air Conditioning can be a significant investment. It is important to have the Air Conditioning system designed and installed by a qualified and licensed company, this will ensure maximum life span and active warranty. The company and tradespeople you choose can make all the difference to your Air Conditioning Installation. You’ll want to be sure that they’re highly experienced and genuinely care about you, and your home. We’ve been installing Daikin Air Conditioning systems in homes throughout Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast and Northern New South Wales for the last 35 years.
Investigating if the team work in Commercial Air Conditioning is also a good sign for their qualifications and experience. For example, we manage Aldi’s and McDonald’s Air Conditioning in Brisbane, so it’s imperative that we only hire the best technicians who deliver a quality installation on time and as discussed.
When you work with the team at Advanced Air Conditioning Brisbane, you will:
- Get a free quote and we will only recommend the perfect Air Conditioning system for your needs.
- Have a team that works to your schedule, arriving on the day and time that suits you.
- Get a 100% guarantee on your installation with a 5-year manufacturer and a 1-year installation warranty.
- Have a team who respect you and your home, including teaching you how to use your new system before we leave your home neat and tidy.
- Feel confident in our 35 years experience and licensed, highly skilled and fully insured technicians
- Have peace of mind as we are also your trusted Daikin, Fujitsu and Hitachi Warranty Agents
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Air Conditioning Installation Areas
Central Brisbane: All inner Brisbane suburbs including West End, Highgate Hill and the CBD
North Brisbane: All Northern suburbs including Clayfield, Bridgeman Downs, McDowall, Shorncliffe
East Brisbane: All Eastern suburbs including Redland Bay, Victoria Point, Cleveland, Wynnum
West Brisbane: All Western suburbs including Kenmore, The Gap, Toowong, Pullenvale
South Brisbane: All Southern suburbs including Holland Park, Springfield, Greenbank, Logan, Ormeau, Sunnybank
Sunshine Coast and Moreton Bay: All suburbs including Eaton’s Hill, Redcliffe, Newport, Samford, Coolum, Noosa, Maleny
Wide Bay Burnett Region: All suburbs including Gympie, Hervey Bay, Bundaberg
Gold Coast and the Scenic Rim: All suburbs including Labrador, Coomera, Helensvale, Broadbeach, Yatala, Beaudesert
Ipswich and the Darling Downs: All suburbs including Toowoomba, Warwick, Stanthorpe
Northern NSW: All suburbs including Byron Bay, Tweed Heads, Coffs Harbour, Lismore, Armidale
This is really a two part question. Firstly how much does a wall mounted split air conditioning system cost to install, and secondly, how much does it cost to run?
Firstly, installing a Wall Mounted Split Air Conditioning System will generally cost between $650-$2000, and must be installed by a fully licensed technician. This approximate cost of installation is on top of the purchase price of the system. There is many varying factors that contribute to calculating the final price of the installation, such as the type and size of the system being installed, how much pipe and cabling are required, the size of the pipe, how the condenser (outdoor unit) will be mounted, site access, single/double story house, where in the house the system will be situated and how the drainage will work, the electrical requirements; in some cases your main power board may require an upgrade. Our Estimators will take all of the above into account when a site visit is performed.
Secondly, to calculate the cost of running a Wall Mounted Split Air Conditioning System you will need a recent electricity bill and locate the cost per kWh in cents. Once you have that figure you will need to locate the electrical consumption (total input, kW) as its rated capacity. Multiply the two numbers together and that will give you the cost per hour in cents. You can use that as a starting figure to calculate how long you will be running the system for and at what capacity. Please note that this is a general calculation and everyone has different rates/tariffs at different times of the day and night. So please take this into account when doing your calculations.
This is really a two part question. Firstly how much does a ducted air conditioning system cost to install, and secondly, how much does it cost to run?
Firstly, installing a Ducted Air Conditioning System will generally cost anywhere between $5,000-$30,000, and must be installed by a fully licensed technician. There is many varying factors that contribute to calculating the final price of the installation, such as the type and size of the system being installed, how much pipe and cabling are required, the size of the pipe, how the condenser (outdoor unit) will be mounted, site access, single/double story house, where in the house the system will be situated and how the drainage will work, the electrical requirements; in some cases your main power board may require an upgrade, how many zones and outlets are required, controllers, roof space, insulation levels, how many people live in the home, etc. For that reason, it’s important to understand this general price indication is approximate and every home is different and therefore, it’s best to arrange a time for one of our expert Estimators to attend site and tailor a solution to suit the design, layout and technology for you.
Secondly, to calculate the cost of running a Ducted Air Conditioning System you will need a recent electricity bill and locate the cost per kWh in cents. Once you have that figure you will need to locate the electrical consumption (total input, kW) as its rated capacity. Multiply the two numbers together and that will give you the cost per hour in cents. You can use that as a starting figure to calculate how long you will be running the system for and at what capacity. Please note that this is a general calculation and everyone has different rates/tariffs at different times of the day and night. So please take this into account when doing your calculations.
Installing, repairing and servicing air conditioners is a very technical process, which is why it is so important to engage a licensed professional, i.e. – US! It is actually illegal for technicians/tradesman to handle refrigerant gases without a license that has been issued by the Australian Refrigeration Council (ARC). Air Conditioners contain refrigerants which are ozone depleting substances and a single kilogram of R410a (most commonly used air conditioning refrigerant) released illegally into the atmosphere has the same effect on the ozone layer as running your car for 6 months. That is why our technicians/tradesman are licensed with the Full Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (RAC) Licenses.
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On top of holding an ARC License, a Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) Contractor License is required to carryout Mechanical Services work; Mechanical services work involves the construction, installation, replacement, repair, alteration, maintenance, testing or commissioning of a mechanical heating or cooling system in commercial and residential buildings, for example air conditioning, refrigeration and air handling systems, such as Multiple and Multi Wall Mounted Split Systems, Ducted Systems. These systems contribute to the overall health and safety of the community and can have fatal consequences if incorrectly installed or maintained. Licensing of practitioners provides consumers comfort that operators hold an appropriate technical qualification and that the contractors are financially sound.
We sure do. In today’s climate technology is playing more and more of an important role in how we live, control and organise our lives. Here at Advanced Air Conditioning, we offer many brands that have there own smart home or home automation solutions that can cater to your requirements.
- Advantage Air -MyAir is Advantage Air’s premium home ducted air conditioning management system with up to 10 zones and individual room air flow control, and a touchscreen that can double as a tablet. The colour touchscreen is designed to be a complete home hub. In addition to controlling MyAir, the touchscreen is also an Android tablet that, with a touch of the Android icon, will let you keep track of the family’s calendar, stay in touch with loved ones, play music and so much more … all from a centrally located hub that is permanently powered and wall mounted so it never goes missing.
- iZone -Control your home’s air conditioning, lighting, irrigation, garage door, roller blinds and appliances with iZone precision, even when you’re out. Monitor your home and make it as secure, energy efficient, water wise and economical as it can be. Integrate all your favourite lifestyle and entertainment apps – Google Home, Amazon Alexa, Apple Home Kit (Siri), IFTTT, Sonos, Samsung SmartThings, and Spotify – for a seamless, voice-controlled smart home experience your whole family can enjoy. Your iZone Smart Air Conditioning and Smart Home system can do it all. Wirelessly. Seamlessly. Intuitively. It will even pay for itself before you know it.
- AirTouch – AirTouch and ZoneMaster might utilise the very latest in smart home automation technology for your home’s climate control, but that doesn’t mean they are complicated. With intuitive, easy to use interfaces your personal comfort at home is ensured with one touch from you, either from a stylish touch screen, a clever smartphone app or a range of smart assistants. With the AirTouch air conditioning app, you can check the temperature or choose to receive an alert when away from home and activate your climate control before you get there. AirTouch gives you control.
Daikin have been making some of the highest performing Air Conditioning Systems for a global market for decades. They make it their mission to understand what makes an environment feel like home and then design and engineer technologies that provide the best possible climate controlled comfort, whilst taking care of the planet. Daikin Air Conditioning Systems are an excellent choice if your main goals are reliability, quality and affordability. Daikin stands behind their products with a great 5 year manufacturers’ warranty. The Daikin Wall Mounted Split Air Conditioning Systems are also approved by the National Asthma Council Australia’s Sensitive Choice program and carry the blue butterfly symbol, indicating the products as best suited for people affected by asthma and allergies. Daikin is the only split system brand to be recognised by the Sensitive Choice program for its air filtration and purification technology.
Ongoing Servicing and Maintenance of Air Conditioners
Once your Air Conditioner has been installed you can kick back, relax, and enjoy the comfort and efficiency of your new system.
Maintaining your new system by servicing it on a regular basis is highly recommended. After all, you want to get the maximum
lifespan from your investment. Queensland and Northern NSW's humidity and the coastal climate can take a toll on the inside
and outside workings of your system. Depending on the environmental factors at your location, we recommend booking a
service in, or before, October and April, prior to the change of seasons to confirm that your systems are in good working order
and operating efficiently. For a system that is not used often throughout the year, we would suggest a minimum of every 12
months. We also recommend an in-depth coil clean every 24 months. Whilst air filters can be removed easily and cleaned by
the homeowner, there are other components that need to be regularly checked, such as refrigerant, cooling coils, condensing
unit, drip trays and drains to ensure your system is distributing clean, healthy air and working smarter, not harder. Scheduling
regular servicing, also known as preventative maintenance, will save you money, costly repairs, and prevent any downtime in the
future. Click here to find out more about what's included in servicing and preventative maintenance of your air conditioning systems.