At Duncan’s Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning, we offer a full range of heating and cooling options. Reverse cycle air conditioning is a specialty. We will supply and fit correct sized unit for the application, supply precast bases and supports and take care or of all drainage and electrical connections. We also install gas ducted heating in your ceiling space or underfloor, as well as evaporative cooling.
At Duncan’s Plumbing Heating and Cooling, we offer a full range of heating and cooling options, not to mention reverse cycle air conditioning is a specialty of ours. We will supply and fit the correct sized units for the installation. We will provide precast basses and supports, and we also take care of all the drainage and electrical connections required. When it comes to ducted gas heating, we are the ones to call! Whether the gas ducted heating unit is in your ceiling or under the floor, we can take care of everything. Don’t forget evaporative cooling system either, if your evaporative cooler is draining too much or just not turning on don’t hesitate and call our office today and we will get it started for you!
Designed to heat your whole house, a gas ducted unit can be located underneath the subfloor, in the roof space or it can be externally outside. Gas ducted heating units can be utilised with either natural gas or LPG. A ducted gas heater operates by returning air through a return air grill, which is taken to the heating unit and “heated”. The heated air is then distributed throughout the house via ducting and outlets, which are available in UPVC or metal material. Once your home reaches the desired temperature, the unit will switch off after the programmable thermostat (located on the wall) has told it to do so.
Designed to heat a single room or open area, these units can provide the best of both worlds as they can heat and cool your home. These units are comprised of an indoor unit (also known as a head), this is located on the wall, and an outdoor unit (compressor and condenser) this is located externally in a convenient spot either on a concrete support or metal support brackets. Some Split systems can be made into a multi-system where several indoor units are serviced by one outdoor unit; this then gives the homeowner the ability to heat multiple rooms at the same time.
These are designed to heat the entire home; ducted reverse cycle air conditioners have an interior unit (located inside the roof space) and an exterior unit (condenser and compressor) at ground level. Quality fire-rated duct material in a planned layout throughout the roof space. This ducting then distributes the warm air throughout your home.
This is designed to cool the entire home using the warm air surrounding the house.
This unit sits externally on top of the roof surface with consideration of the position. An evaporative cooler draws in the warm air over moistened pads to cool the air down with a wet-bulb maximum temperature difference of 10°C. The cooled fresh air is then filtered throughout a series of ducts within the roof space and is distributed to the outlets (where located) into the house.
We recommend this cooling for those families who like to leave the doors and windows open during the summer months. The cold air is fresh and very different from a reverse cycle air conditioner system. The running costs are a lot cheaper than other forms of cooling and could be considered when thinking of family builds in Canberra.
Only designed to cool a single room or open area. Wall hung split systems are compromised of an indoor unit (also known as a head), this is located on the wall, and an outdoor unit (compressor and condenser) this is located externally in a convenient spot either on a concrete support or metal support brackets. Some Split systems have the ability to be made into a multi-system where several indoor units are serviced by one outdoor unit, this then provides the opportunity to cool multiple rooms simultaneously.
These are designed to heat or cool the entire home, ducted reverse cycle air conditioners have an interior unit (located inside the roof space) and an exterior unit (condenser and compressor) at ground level Quality fire rated duct material in a planned layout throughout the roof space. This ducting then distributes the warm or cool air throughout your home.