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 as possible, saving you money and being kind to the environment at the same time.
Ensure you buy a system that will save energy and money by:
- Purchase an air conditioner that suits your family’s needs. Purchasing the correctly sized unit will lead to efficient energy saving operations, as a unit that is too small will not heat or cool properly, and a unit that is too large will be inefficient. Reverse cycle systems also allow you to zone your home so that you need only heat or cool the rooms that are being used which is very energy efficient. The more advanced controllers and wall sensors (ITC) on the market also allow you to individually temperature control your zones so that every room remains comfortable without excessive airflow to rooms that don’t require it.
- Maintain your system in good working order at all times, ensuring optimal efficiency and increased longevity of your air conditioner. Keep your filters clean at all times and replace or repair immediately if problems arise. You should have your system checked at least once a year, contact us and we’ll send a professional round to check your system and ensure it is operating at its most energy efficient.
- Airforce uses an outside air system which is used when the outside air temperature is cooler than inside of your home. The system draws the outside air into your air conditioning system and dispersed throughout your home via existing vents.
- Buy a solid and reputable brand name that has a proven track record as an energy saving air conditioner. Do your research and read about all the different energy saving air conditioners, the different benefits and disadvantages, and then speak to the experts, enabling you to make an informed decision.
Contact our specialists today
With offices in Perth and Bunbury we are able to service a large area, stretching from Geraldton to Margaret River, Western Australia.