Wall Split Air conditioning

Residential Air Conditioning

To make the final decision less complicated the first thing to decide is whether you want Refrigerated Air Conditioning or Evaporative Cooling for your home, below we highlight some of the features and benefits of each; Your comfort at home is very much an individual thing, at Cramer and Neill our experienced staff will assist in providing a solution that meets both your comfort requirements and your budget.

Refrigerated Air Conditioning

Ceiling Mount Cassette

This type of air conditioning provides real temperature control and offers reverse cycle operation giving you the ability to have heating as well as cooling in your home. It literally works the same way your kitchen fridge works.

There are numerous configurations available for your home but the main ones to consider are:

  • Individual, or multi type wall mounted split systems, ideal for one or two small rooms or a single living area.
  • Ceiling Mount Cassette type split systems, better suited to large open living areas.
  • Fully Ducted Air ConditioningFully Ducted split systems, the most effective way to cool and heat your whole home, this systems can be configured to suit the way you use your house so that you don’t air condition areas that you aren’t using.
  • Room Air Conditioners, more suited to remote locations or rooms where noise is not an issue.

Evaporative Air Conditioning

Evaporative air conditioning works on the basic principle of water evaporating from a damp surface, just like the old “Coolgardie Safe”, offering a reduction in air
temperature relative to the condition of the outside air.

Evaporative CoolerThe two major benefits of evaporative cooling are the relatively low running cost, and the sensation of a “breeze” through the house with 100% fresh air being delivered to all the rooms connected to the system.

To speak directly with one of our residential climate control specialists call (08) 9965 6600 or email info@c-n.com.au

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