Air Conditioner Services
You need to choose a qualified, licensed air-conditioning electrician or technician. A professional in this area will mean your unit is installed fast and efficiently. … Air conditioners use refrigeration to chill indoor air and contain refrigerants which can release large amounts of fluorocarbons into the atmosphere
You need to choose a qualified, licensed air-conditioning electrician or technician. A professional in this area will mean your unit is installed fast and efficiently.
Choosing a builder or someone who is not specialised could result in a multitude of problems including bad wiring and poor installation.
Air conditioners use refrigeration to chill indoor air and contain refrigerants which can release large amounts of fluorocarbons into the atmosphere.
Air conditioners contain refrigerants that can release large amounts of dangerous fluorocarbons into the atmosphere. It’s a legal requirement for anyone working in air conditioning and refrigeration to hold an ARC Licence and undergo accredited training.
Installing an air conditioning unit
A qualified electrician or technician, experienced in air conditioning systems, will also have the knowledge to know where a split-system air conditioning unit should be placed to maximise durability and energy efficiency. It’s only natural you’ll want to get the most out of your new air conditioning investment, so it needs to be installed in an appropriate place.
The electrician can advise on the best size split-system unit for your requirements, and this will depend on your room, layout, orientation, roofing insulation and number of windows in the room. Hot air rises and cool air sinks to the bottom of each room, so having your air conditioner fitted in the right position will help to ensure air circulates evenly.
The outdoor unit should be mounted or placed on a concrete slab so that it has plenty of free space to allow for airflow. It needs to be installed in a place so that it’s easy to maintain should any issues arise.
The exact amount of time it takes to install a new A/C unit can vary based on a number of factors, including the size of your house, the accessibility of the space where your interior A/C components are stored, the state of the ductwork, and the dimensions of your new A/C.
Generally, the average installation will take anywhere from four to eight hours, which means the process of removing the old unit and being able to turn on the new one should be finished within a day. Whether you’re currently in the market for a new A/C or want to learn more about your options for a future replacement, contact A/C Designs.