Air Conditioning Installation Sunshine Coast
Ducted and Split System Air Con Installation
Sea Air your local air conditioning experts offers installation, repairs, maintenance, and servicing of ducted and split system air conditioner systems across the Sunshine Coast, from Noosa to Caboolture. We specialise in commercial air conditioning systems covering everything from a split system in your office to large industrial units in warehouses.
Talk to our staff today and find out how we can help you get the best air conditioner unit for your business. No more hot summer afternoons or cold winter mornings.
Air Conditioner servicing on the Sunshine Coast?
Air conditioning installation Sunshine Coast
Choosing the perfect air conditioner for your business space comes with many challenges, especially if your property has unique aspects like high ceilings or large windows. Finding an energy efficient system which will cover the heating and cooling of your workspace all year round is essential to keeping ongoing climate control costs as low as possible.
Sea Air air conditioning team can provide expert advice on the best system for your business’s needs. We’ll take into account every aspect of the building as well as your operational requirements to cater your commercial air conditioning to meet your needs.
We work with all the leading brands including:
Your air conditioning service experts on the Sunshine Coast
Split System Air Conditioning
The split system air conditioner is one of the most common types of air conditioning. These systems consist of a wall mounted unit (Air Conditioner) and an outside unit (Compressor).
These units usually share the same wall on opposite sides. This saves on ducting and multiple holes to be made in the outside wall.
Ducted Air Conditioning
A ducted system is fed through the roof of your home or business. This allows every room to be cooled or heated at the same time. As well as being able to shut off air conditioning to a selected room or area.
These systems are usually more expensive than split systems due to the level of complexity required to install and maintain them.