Residential Air Conditioning
in Wollongong

Gordons Air Conditioning

Residential Air Conditioning

We can advise you on the most cost-effective, suitable air conditioning system for your property. Choose from split systems, multi-head systems, duct systems and inverter air conditioning. Each option has specific advantages with energy efficiency being dependent on how the system is used.

  • Split systems
  • Multi-head systems
  • Ducted systems
  • Inverter air conditioning
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Multi-Head Systems

These systems are a cost-effective way of controlling the temperature in each room of your home separately. These are ideal for homes where each family member has a different preference for their room temperature.

Multi head systems have similar features and they have the capability of heating and cooling each room individually.

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Split Systems

Split systems are a favourite among many as they are cost-effective, have the ability to reverse cycle, and can blend into any style of room when set up correctly. They’re also quiet and easy to service.

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Ducted Systems

Ducted systems are concealed units, usually in the roof space, which have individual vents placed throughout the property, allowing for year-round climate control in individual rooms, or even in different zones. The system itself is not visible in any of the rooms, only the vents can be seen. Ducted systems allow you to focus climate control at different times of the day, making them energy efficient.

Inverter Systems

Inverter air conditioning is roughly 40% cheaper compared to traditional aircon systems. These units work efficiently to maintain a consistent temperature throughout the home. Unlike other systems, they are not turned on and off at will.

The inverter system reacts automatically when the temperature goes above the ideal range by pushing cold air, while it warms the room when the temperature drops below the same range.

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Gordons Air Back to Back Installations

Back to back air conditioning installations refer to split system aircon units with two major components. These components include a wall-mounted indoor unit, along with an outdoor condenser unit.

Gordons Air offers

  • Outdoor compressor unit which is positioned on a concrete slab, PVC mounting blocks or rubber feet.
  • 3 metres of piping suitable for refrigeration and interconnecting cable.
  • Duct cover up to 2.4 metres in length.
  • Does not include meter board upgrades (quoted separately)

Other costs may include

  • Installation of a new power supply circuit (up to 15 metres)
  • Electrical cables over 15mtrs
  • Piping over 3mtrs
  • Disconnection of an existing air conditioner system
  • Free disposal of system if requested.
  • Wall fitting brackets
  • Roof fitting brackets
  • If double brick wall
  • If on a second storey
  • If a steel beam is encountered during installation where drilling is required, additional costs will incur.

Contact us for more information about any of our services, or to request a quote.

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ 1

How do I choose a residential air con system?

To choose the right type of residential A/C system, consider how you will be using the system, the size of your home, how many rooms you want air conditioned, how many people live in the home and how much control you want over the temperature.
FAQ 2
How do I determine what size air conditioner I need?
To determine the size of the air conditioner you need, determine the size of the rooms and overall property, calculate your requirements based on how much air conditioning capacity is needed to cover the area. One ton of air conditioning capacity typically covers around 46.45 square metres.
FAQ 3

Is it bad for air conditioning to run constantly?

Having your air conditioning run all day can increase energy costs and potentially shorten the life expectancy of your unit. With regular maintenance, you can keep your A/C unit in good condition so that it controls the temperature without being over worked.