Choose based on the size of your space, energy efficiency ratings (SEER and EER), type of AC (split, window, portable), and additional features like smart thermostat compatibility.

Key factors include energy efficiency, the size of your living space, noise levels, maintenance requirements, and smart features for enhanced usability.

A dual-purpose heat pump is often recommended for its efficiency in both heating and cooling. For extreme climates, a combination of a furnace and a central air conditioner may be best.

Installation costs in Sydney vary widely depending on the system type and complexity of installation. You can visit our pricing section for more information or call us directly for personalised pricing.

AC size should be based on your home's square footage. A professional can conduct a detailed load calculation to recommend the appropriate size.

Yes, professional servicing ensures your AC operates efficiently, extends its lifespan, and identifies potential issues before they become major problems.

Clean or replace aircon filters every 1-3 months to maintain air quality and efficiency, depending on use and environmental factors.

Not necessarily. It's crucial to choose a unit sized appropriately for your space to ensure efficiency and comfort.

A complete AC system includes the compressor, condenser coil, evaporator coil, air handler, and thermostat.

Reusing pipes may be possible if they're compatible with your new unit and in good condition, but it's advisable to consult with a professional.

The best location is on a shaded, well-ventilated side of the house, away from direct sunlight and debris and at least 2 feet away from obstructions.

Regular maintenance includes cleaning filters, checking for leaks, ensuring clear airflow, and scheduling professional inspections.

Re-gassing should only be necessary if there's a leak. Regular maintenance checks can prevent and identify leaks early.

For comfort and efficiency, setting your AC to around 78°F (25°C) during summer is recommended.

Use energy-efficient settings, maintain your system regularly, use a programmable thermostat, and ensure your home is well-insulated to save on power bills.

A split system air conditioner comprises two main parts: an outdoor unit containing the compressor and condenser and an indoor unit that delivers cool air into the room. This design is known for its efficiency and quiet operation.

While it's technically possible for individuals to install a split system air conditioner themselves, it's highly recommended to have it done by a professional. This ensures proper installation, efficiency, and adherence to safety and warranty requirements.

A single split system connects one indoor unit to an outdoor unit, ideal for cooling a single room. In contrast, a multi-split system allows multiple indoor units to connect to a single outdoor unit, enabling independent temperature control in different rooms.

Yes, we offer professional installation services for split system air conditioners, ensuring your system is set up efficiently and effectively according to the manufacturer's specifications and local regulations.

Yes, many split systems are equipped with a heat pump feature, allowing them to heat your space during colder months and cool it during warmer months, offering year-round comfort.

The installation of a split system usually takes about 4-8 hours, depending on the complexity of the job and the specific setup of your home or office.

After installation, regular maintenance includes cleaning or replacing the air filters, checking the refrigerant levels, and ensuring the outdoor unit is free from debris. Annual professional check-ups are also recommended to maintain optimal performance.

The installation cost for ducted air conditioning in Sydney varies based on several factors, including the system's size and complexity. Prices can range significantly, so obtaining a tailored quote is advisable.

Typically, installing ducted air conditioning can take anywhere from a few days to a week, depending on the project's scope and the property's size.

Absolutely! It's highly recommended to install ducted air conditioning during the construction of your home. This allows for a seamless integration of the system into your home's design.

Yes, you can choose ducted air conditioning systems that are designed solely for cooling. However, consider the benefits of a reverse cycle system for both cooling and heating.

Ducted zoning allows you to control the temperature in different areas or rooms of your home independently, enhancing comfort and energy efficiency.

Zoning is accomplished using a combination of thermostats, electronic dampers, and a central control panel. Each zone's thermostat regulates the opening and closing of dampers within the ductwork, directing airflow precisely where it's needed. This setup allows for individual temperature settings across different zones, offering personalised comfort and improved energy efficiency.

Good insulation around flexible ducts is crucial as it prevents heat loss or gain, ensuring efficient operation of your air conditioning system and helping to reduce energy costs.

Installation costs for ducted air conditioning are similar to the initial purchase price, ranging widely depending on system size, brand, and installation complexity.

While ducted air conditioning systems can be more energy-intensive compared to split systems, choosing energy-efficient models and using smart zoning can significantly reduce electricity usage.

Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning provides both heating and cooling through a single system, using refrigerant to transfer heat inside or outside, depending on your needs.

Designing a ducted air conditioner involves assessing room sizes, layout, insulation levels, and your specific needs to ensure optimal efficiency and comfort.

To clean your ducted air conditioner's filter, simply remove the filter, gently clean it with water or a vacuum, let it dry, and then replace it. Regular cleaning ensures efficient operation and air quality.

The price of AC servicing in Sydney can vary widely depending on the type of service required. Our maintenance fees start from as low as $176. Factors like the complexity of the job can influence the cost.

It's advisable to service your home air conditioning system at least once a year. This ensures it operates efficiently and helps extend its lifespan.

The average lifespan of an air conditioning unit is between 10 to 15 years. Regular maintenance can help achieve or even exceed this timeframe.

Noise from your air conditioner can result from various issues, such as loose parts, debris inside the unit, or a malfunctioning compressor. A professional inspection is recommended to diagnose and fix the issue.

Several factors can cause this issue, including dirty air filters, low refrigerant levels, or blocked condenser coils. A service check can identify and rectify the problem.

Ice formation can be due to restricted airflow from dirty filters or coils, or it might indicate low refrigerant levels. Immediate servicing can prevent further damage.

Servicing your air conditioner annually is recommended to ensure it's running efficiently and to prevent unexpected breakdowns.

Cleaning your AC filters every three months is a good practice. However, if you have pets or are located in a dusty area, more frequent cleaning may be necessary.

A standard service typically includes cleaning filters, coils, and drains, checking refrigerant levels, and inspecting electrical components for safety and efficiency.

Yes, most HVAC professionals can repair ducted air conditioning systems, regardless of who initially installed them.

Absolutely, Myair can be operated from any smartphone, providing flexibility to control your air conditioning system from anywhere.

My air enhances energy efficiency by allowing precise control over air conditioning zones and settings, reducing unnecessary cooling and heating.

Yes, Myair can be added to existing ducted air conditioning units, offering advanced features and improved efficiency without needing a complete system overhaul.

Split systems tend to be more economical to run, especially if you're only heating or cooling one or two rooms. Ducted systems, while offering centralised control, can be more expensive to operate due to their extensive coverage and higher energy requirements.

The better choice between ducted and split AC depends on your needs. Split AC units are great for cooling specific rooms without the need for ductwork, making them ideal for smaller homes or particular areas. Ducted systems are best for larger homes where consistent temperature control throughout the house is desired.

Yes, split systems can be more energy-efficient than ducted systems, particularly when only certain areas need to be temperature-controlled. Their design allows for less energy wastage, making them an efficient choice for targeted cooling or heating.

Split systems offer the advantages of flexibility in installation and energy efficiency. They can be installed in specific areas without the need for ductwork, and you can control the temperature in individual rooms, reducing energy consumption and costs.

Choosing between ducted and split system air conditioning can bring numerous benefits depending on your unique needs. Split systems offer tailored cooling or heating to specific areas, making them energy-efficient and cost-effective for smaller spaces or single-room use. Ducted systems provide seamless, whole-home comfort, with a single control point for temperature management, ideal for larger properties seeking consistent climate control across multiple rooms.

Everon Air is dedicated to providing top-tier air conditioning and mechanical ventilation solutions across Sydney, including.

  1. Canterbury
  2. North Shore
  3. Padstow
  4. Sutherland
  5. Prestons
  6. Hoxton Park
  7. Oran Park
  8. Leppington
  9. Austral
  10. Revesby
  11. Rockdale
  12. Merrylands
  13. Carnes Hill
  14. And Many More…

For personalised service and accurate estimations, we encourage you to contact us directly at 0404 469 670. Our team is ready to provide you with a comprehensive quote over the phone, tailored to meet your specific air conditioning and ventilation needs.