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Types of air conditioning

There are different types of air conditioning systems, and this simply means the cost for air conditioning installation would vary based on the type of air conditioning you are wanting to install. In this article, we will go through all categories of air conditioners and walk you through the approximate cost of installing those systems. We advice our readers to keep in mind that all installation costs provided in this article varies based on the installation company and season. The reason being that all air conditioning companies have different pricing on their products and services, so all pricing in this article will be an approximate of what we Rite Price Heating and Cooling charge for installation based on the product purchased.

  • Split system air conditioning
  • Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning
  • Evaporative air conditioning
  • Ducted heating

The above types of air conditioning is what we will be discussing in this article. Before we delve into the cost for these air conditioning installation, we would like go through a few essential things about those product so you get an idea of what you are buying even before you think of installation.

Cost of Split system air conditioning installation

Split system air conditioners are very reliable and durable. This product generally run through the entire year without any restrictions to geolocation and season. You can run your split system in an humid environment as well as dry environment. So if you’re in Sydney, your Mitsubishi split system air conditioner would work great for you just as much as it would if you happen to be living in Adelaide. Also, they run through summer seasons and winter seasons. So you do not have to run two different systems based on the seasons.

Split systems are great for small to medium sized areas. Areas like your room and studies are great places where you can install your split systems. Depending on the size of the split system and the area you are planning on making the installation happen. You can get a bigger split for not so big living or dinning areas so just simply depend on the measurement. I’ll suggest you get in touch with one of our air conditioning specialists for an accurate measurement of your home or area you intend of having it installed.

The cost for split system air conditioning installation generally start from $590. This price is only for installation and not the supply of goods. For split system offers and prices, head straight to our special page here: https://ritepriceheatingcooling.com.au/air-conditioning-specials/ To get the most out of our current deal.

Cost of Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning Installation

Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning comes in different shapes and sizes. Depending on how big your home is, you must make a smart decision as to how many zones you want installed. The more the zone the higher the capacity you will require to keep your home warm or cool all year round. To learn more about ducted air conditioning products, please click on this link. One of the many advantages of installing a ducted reverse cycle air conditioning system is its ability to run over the any season. Ducted air conditioning systems are great during both summer and winter seasons. They are equally efficient in any climate. Just as split system is able to operate effectively in a humid environment, so would your ducted reverse cycle operate. Difference though is the ability of a duct system to serve larger area. Unlike a split that is limited to small or medium sized areas, your duct system is capable of operating in a larger area. This is possible because ducted systems are more bigger and generally designed to carry heavier payloads.

Running your ducted air conditioning need to be done by an expert in the industry. From mapping out your home all the way to the amount of insulation and ducted outlet you may require need to be put together by an expert. Here at Rite Price Heating and Cooling, we have been installing ducted air conditioning for decades without a tainted reputation. We employ industry best air conditioning specialists to get your work done. Ducted air conditioning systems installation cost start from $1900.

Cost of Evaporative Air Conditioning Installation

Evaporative systems are great for many reasons. First is the fact that they are cheaper to run in comparison to the both split systems and ducted systems. evaporative cooling are better suited for cooling your home rather for both heating and cooling. Purchasing an evaporative simply means that you need a heating system to keep you warm during the winter seasons. Evaps are generally preferable in a dry geographical locations where you have less humid weather. Reason being that this awesome system uses natural air collected from outside your home to keep your inner house cool. Therefore if your living in an humid environment, you stand a chance of having a humid like cooling in your living area. The better side is you get to save a heaps on your utility bills. This system can be installed from $700.

Cost of Ducted Heating Installation

For those home owners wanting to install an evaporative air conditioning, you will most certainly require a ducted heating to compliment it. Ducted heating systems as their name suggest are best suited for those bitterly cold winter seasons. This system only operate in one direction, and that is to heat up your home. Ducted heaters are great products that can work perfectly fine in any climate. This is the type of product that wouldn’t mind running effectively in humid places like Sydney as well as dry places like South Australia. Mostly ducted heater runs on gas, which means you don’t have to rely on any climate for efficiency. Installing a ducted heater can cost from $850.

For the best deal in the industry, get in touch with Rite Price Heating and Cooling. Rite Price has been in the industry for decades servicing South Australian families with integrity. Rite Price Heating and Cooling is Australian family owned and operated business. We understand what every Australian home owners want and need when it comes to choosing the right air conditioning for your home. Get int ouch with us by filling up the quote form or give us a call on 1300 791 288.