Choosing the right air conditioner for you.
To choose the correct air conditioning unit there are several points you need to consider:
- How big is the area you want to aircondition?
- What is the material of the roof and insulation?
- What direction do your windows face? are they shaded?
- How many people generally occupy the space?
- What other heat generating applicances are running in the space?
If it is the Whole House or Several Rooms that you would like air conditioned – A Ducted Airconditioning System would be the best choice for you.
If it is just One or Two Rooms that require airconditioning, – A Split System Airconditioning System would best suit your air conditioning requirements.
Residential Air Conditioning
Home air conditioning, WA
If you’re looking for a residential air conditioning system to keep you warm in winter and cool on the hottest summer’s day, talk to us at Airforce Airconditioning. We don’t believe in a one size fits all solution, bu Read More
Commercial Air Conditioning
Commercial & Industrial Air Conditioning, WA
Airforce Airconditioning Mechanical can provide a high-quality range of commercial air conditioning in Perth, Western Australia. With offices in both Perth and Bunbury we can service both areas effic Read More
Ducted Air Conditioning
Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning Perth
Ducted air conditioning provides optimum comfort all year round with reverse cycle heating and cooling. Let us take care of your ducted air conditioning installation, and lie back and enjoy the benefits of Read More
Split System Air Conditioning
Split system air conditioning, WA
Whatever the weather may be outside, stay comfortable all year round with a split system air conditioner installation from Airforce Airconditioning.As accredited suppliers of the Daikin split system, you never n Read More
Power Saving Air Conditioning
Power saving & energy saving air conditioning
At Airforce Airconditioning, we strive to provide you with energy efficient air conditioners that not only keep you cool in summer and warm in winter, but are also designed to use as little energy Read More