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Air Conditioning Redlands

Advanced Climate Solutions are your local air conditioning experts. Our highly trained technicians are on call 24/7 to keep your air conditioner working at peak efficiency all year long. Based locally in Thornlands, Brisbane South, we are perfectly situated for a speedy arrival to any South Brisbane home or business.

If you’re looking for quality air conditioning services you can rely on, look no further. Call Advanced Climate Solutions today on 07 3206 3542. We offer a range of quality services at great prices including installations, repairs, servicing and maintenance, commercial and residential air conditioning services.
Air Conditioning Installations Redlands
Advanced Climate Solutions provide quality air conditioner installations Redlands and Brisbane wide. Whether you want a split system air conditioner or window unit to a full house ducted air conditioning system, we offer quality installations at competitive prices.

Our policy is customer service before, during and after any job to give peace of mind to everyone involved. From advice and installation to scheduled servicing and repairs, from start to finish, we’ve got you covered.
Air Conditioning Servicing Redlands

Many people will buy a new air conditioning system and then promptly forget about it. But no one wants to invest in a brand new air conditioner only to have it breakdown weeks after the warranty expires. However, that is exactly what is likely to happen if you buy a new air conditioner and neglect to have it regularly serviced.

Luckily, Advanced Climate Solutions makes regular maintenance and servicing easy. Call 07 3206 3542 today to organise scheduled maintenance for your air conditioner and keep it running smoothly all year long.

A preventative approach is always the best way to make sure your air conditioner doesn’t let you down when you need it. However, […]

By |April 18th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

7 Signs That You Need To Replace Your Air Conditioner

Advanced Climate Solutions are your local air conditioning specialists. Our team of highly trained technicians have years of experience and are on call 24/7 for emergency repairs. A well maintained air conditioner can last a long time, but no air conditioner lasts forever.

Whether you need minor repairs or a system replacement, call the experts. Call ACS today on 07 3206 3542. In the meantime, we’ve come up with 7 signs that it’s time to replace your air conditioner.

1. Not Cooling Anymore
One obvious sign that could indicate that your air conditioner is on its last legs is when it stops producing cold air. Whether the air coming from the system doesn’t seem as cool as it should be or your ducted air conditioner is cooling some rooms but not others, you may need to consider replacing the entire unit.

However, in the case of a ducted air conditioner only cooling some rooms, it could be a simple problem of obstructions in the ducts or filters that are blocking the airflow. Conversely, with a split system unit that is producing warm air, it could simply indicate that the refrigerant levels are low.

It can be hard to tell if you need to replace your air conditioning unit just because it is no longer producing cold air (although if the system is over 10 years old it will most likely need replacing). That’s why it is generally a good idea to have an air conditioning specialist take a look at your AC unit before replacing it as it may simply need minor repairs to get it back up and running again.
2. Reduced Air Flow
Reduced airflow from your air conditioner is another indication that it may need to be replaced. […]

By |April 11th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

The Benefits of a Reverse Cycle Air Conditioner

What Is A Reverse Cycle Air Conditioner?
A reverse cycle split system air conditioner is simply a split system air conditioner that can be used to heat as well as cool.

A reverse cycle air conditioner is one of the most efficient ways to heat your home in the winter. This is because, unlike other electric heaters, a reverse cycle air conditioner absorbs heat from the outside air and transfers it to the room rather than creating the heat. Reverse cycle air conditioners also dehumidify making them ideal for the humid climate of Queensland.
How Does A Reverse Cycle Air Conditioner Work?
Reverse Cycle Split System Air Conditioner (Heating)
In a reverse cycle air conditioner, a fan in the outside unit draws in air. The air is then directed over the evaporator coil where a liquid refrigerant is held and heat is transferred from the air to the refrigerant. Once the refrigerant is heated it is circulated through to a compressor. As the refrigerant is compressed its temperature increases. The refrigerant is then circulated through the condenser in the indoor unit where it is converted from liquid to gas form.

The hot gas refrigerant is then circulated through a heat exchanger. Air from the room is drawn in by a fan and run past the heat exchanger where the heat transfers from the refrigerant to the air as it circulates back through the room. As the heat is extracted from the refrigerant it cools and reverts back to liquid form. It is then sent back to the compressor in the outdoor unit to repeat the process.

Even though a reverse cycle air conditioner extracts heat from the outside air to heat your home, it can still be used when outside temperatures are […]

By |March 27th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments|
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    Why Choose Ducted Air Conditioning For Your Brisbane Office?

Why Choose Ducted Air Conditioning For Your Brisbane Office?

The notoriously hot temperatures of the Brisbane summer means that no Brisbane office is complete without some form of air conditioning. But, which is the best type of air conditioner for your office?

Advanced Climate Solutions are your local air conditioning experts. We have compiled a list of reasons why ducted air conditioning is the solution to keeping your Brisbane office cool and comfortable all summer long. For a more personalised air conditioning solution call us today on 07 3206 3542.

 
Low Running Costs
Ducted air conditioning has lower running costs than split system air conditioners when cooling large areas or multiple rooms. Plus, a ducted air conditioner with zone control is even more energy efficient by only cooling the rooms as you need to.

 
Zone Control

Some ducted air conditioners have a zone control function. This allows you to have different temperatures in different zones for maximum efficiency, all controlled from the wall mounted panel. This means that you can only turn on the air conditioning in rooms that need it rather than cooling everywhere unnecessarily such as meeting rooms that may not even be used all day.

 
Reduce Noise – Clean Finish
It’s no secret that loud or distracting noises can seriously affect the performance of workers. There’s nothing like the background noise of a loud commercial air conditioning unit to stop you from being able to focus. That’s why a ducted air conditioning unit is ideal for cooling offices and workplaces.

So what makes ducted air conditioners so quiet? Unlike split system air conditioners, ducted air conditioning is installed in the roof rather than on the wall. This means that all of the noise making components of the system are enclosed in the ceiling reducing the amount of noise […]

How Long Do Air Conditioners Last

The lifetime of any air conditioning unit depends on where it is installed and how well it is maintained. HVAC specialists give most centralised air conditioning units an expected lifetime of 10 to 15 years. However, if well looked after, your air conditioner could last for over 20 years. Conversely, if an air conditioner is poorly maintained, the lifetime of the system could be much shorter than 10 years.

Factors To Consider:
Quality Installation

The quality of the air conditioning installation plays a big part in extending, or shortening, the lifetime of your air conditioning system. If shortcuts have been taken or the air conditioning unit has not been correctly installed, the lifetime of the system can be shortened before you’ve even turned it on.

Conversely, if an air conditioning unit is professionally installed to a high standard, your air conditioning unit will likely last much longer.
Correct Size
An air conditioner will generally last much longer when correctly sized for the room that it is cooling. An air conditioner that is too big for the room that it is cooling will constantly be turning on and off causing additional wear to the system.

This is because a large air conditioning system will quickly cool a small room to the set temperature and then turn off. However, air conditioners are not designed for this and as such, the air conditioner will not have a chance to complete the full cycle. This can result in a room that has been cooled without removing the excess moisture in the air.

Not only will this leave the air feeling uncomfortable and clammy, it will result in the rapid rise of the room temperature which will reactivate the air conditioner to repeat this cycle. The constant […]

By |February 20th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Ducted Air Conditioning vs Split System

 

There is no single answer to which type of air conditioner is the best. Both ducted and split system air conditioners have their pros and cons. When it comes down to it, it depends on the size and layout of your house, and what you want from your air conditioner.
Ducted Air Conditioning
Ducted air conditioners are a centrally controlled cooling system that is designed to cool an entire building or house through the use of ducts. Ducted air conditioning units also come in reverse cycle models for both cooling and heating. Some ducted air conditioners are equipped with zone control for the individual heating and cooling of different rooms or zones of the house.

 
The Benefits of Ducted Air Conditioning
Single Unit Cools Entire Home
Like with any air conditioning system, ducted air con comes with its own list of pros and cons. One obvious advantage of installing a ducted air conditioner is that a single unit will cool your entire home. Through the use of ducts, air is cooled by the main unit and then redirected into every room of the house. This makes it easy for ducted systems to maintain a single temperature throughout the house.

Not only is the maintained house temperature beneficial for those living in the house, the controlled conditions can also help to extend the lifetime of the flooring and furniture throughout the house.

When you are cooling an entire house, ducted systems are much more energy efficient than split system units as only one ducted unit is required.
Visually Appealing
Another advantage of installing a ducted system over split system air conditioning is the inconspicuous finish. Because the entire air conditioning unit is located in the roof, the only visible components of the unit is […]

By |January 31st, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

What Size Air Conditioner Do I Need?

 

Choosing the right sized air conditioner is a big decision that can turn your house into a refuge from the sweltering Australian summer. However, choosing the wrong size can result in huge power bills for an air con unit that can’t efficiently cool your house.

There are many things you should consider before choosing the size of your air conditioner. Including room or house size, positioning of the unit, cooling efficiency, and your surroundings.
Room Size
One easy way to get an idea of how powerful your air conditioning unit should be is to measure the room or area of the house that needs to be cooled. For a single room, simply measure the length and the width of the room and multiply them to get the total area of the room.

In average conditions with an assumed standard ceiling height of 2.4m it takes 0.15 kW to cool 1 square metre. this will give you a rough idea of the size of air conditioner you will need.

 
How To Calculate What Size Air Conditioner You Need
Step 1: Measure the width of the room the air conditioner will be in. (In metres).

Step 2: Measure the length of the room the air conditioner will be in. (in metres).

Step 3: Multiply the length and the width of the room to find the area of the room.

Step 4: Multiply the area of the room by 0.15kW to find the ideal sized air conditioner for the room.

 
Room Length x Room Width = Room Area
Room Area x 0.15kW = Ideal Size Air Conditioner (in kW)
 

Note: All measurements should be in metres. Only applicable for a standard ceiling height of 2.4m.

For example, if you have a room that is 8 metres long and 5 metres […]

By |January 30th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments|