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Aircon For New Home Builds: What To Consider

When you are building a new home there are thousands of different decisions that need to be made and each one feels enormous. You want to make sure that you make the right decisions so that you can avoid possible expensive renovations and rebuilds and you want to make sure you will enjoy your new home. At Technicool, we want to help take the stress out of one of those decisions and have listed below the main points to consider when it comes to getting AC installed in your new home build.

How Easily Can It Be Integrated Into The Building Plan

The first important question to ask yourself is “how easily can I add aircon into my building plan?” If you are looking at either ducted systems or split systems then you will need to see how effectively it can be integrated into your home plans. This can include wall space, area for the unit, and integration of ducting into the ceiling plan.

Will The Unit Be Accessible Once The Home Is Built?

Regardless of what type and brand of air conditioning you go with, at some point you will need to get your air conditioning serviced. To do this efficiently, easy access to the air conditioning unit will be necessary and as such, it is important to consider where you are looking to have your unit installed. Many people miss this crucial step and end up with a unit that is inaccessible either due to landscaping or house design. When choosing what unit to install, it is important to also consider where the unit will go.

Where Do You Want Your Air Conditioning?

The location of the air conditioning in your home can be another deciding factor when it comes to choosing the correct air conditioning. Depending on whether you only want parts of or your whole home air-conditioned can change the locations of your unit and help you decide between ducted and split systems. For example, if you only want one or two rooms with air conditioning then it might be more effective to choose a split system rather than a ducted one. On the other hand, if you want the whole home with access to air conditioning but also want to ensure you can have different temperatures in different rooms then you may want to consider a higher-end ducted system.

Looking to Install Aircon in Your New Build? Talk to the Team at Technicool

If you are unsure about which air conditioning unit to get for your new home build, then reach out to our friendly team. At Technicool we have over 20 years of experience in residential air conditioning installation in South East Queensland and our team of refrigeration specialists can help you find the perfect air conditioning for your new house. Give us a call today!