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Your Heating and Cooling Specialists - Servicing Melbourne Since 1997.
Your Heating and Cooling Specialists - Servicing Melbourne Since 1997.

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VRV Systems Heating

Technology That Gives You Total Control
VRV systems (Variable Refrigerant Volume) are only suitable for very large homes and commercial projects. If you're looking to heat massive spaces the VRV system could be just what you're looking for. Daikin VRV outdoor units can be easily located on the roof avoiding the need for a plant room, and installation can be carried out one floor at a time. Independent control of each unit avoids energy waste and a wide range of indoor unit options provides great flexibility for dwellers.

With Daikin offering top of the range VRV systems, Dale Air can put together a competitively priced VRV design system for your home or building. goo.gl/dbfPQ2
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Why use ducted heating and cooling in your home?

With autumn fast approaching, the weather in Melbourne has taken a fairly unpredictable turn. There’s an onslaught of hot days, interspersed with windy, cold ones, with the occasional spot of rain. It’s during times like these that it becomes harder to guess whether you’ll need some additional heating or cooling in the house. A ducted reverse cycle system is just right for climates like these.
Dale Air specialises in a range of heating and cooling systems, including ducted systems that are ideal for Melbourne weather.

In a ducted heating and cooling reverse cycle system (goo.gl/c4ExEB) the inverter heats or cools the air, which is then circulated through a space via ductwork. The system conditions the entire house from one central thermostat. The system lets you maintain temperatures of your choice all year round, allowing for comfort and convenience. Unlike an evaporative system, ducted reverse cycle cooling will work through the warmest of days, cooling you down when you need it most. Additionally, the thermostat lets you heat or cool a place to the exact temperature degree that you prefer, allowing you complete control over the heating or cooling. http://goo.gl/Cb7WSS
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Archer Gas Log Heater

Designed for uniform heat distribution through the whole house.
The Archer Gas Log Fireplace heaters are a central heating system that uniformly heats up your whole home. The heat from your fireplace is quietly and efficiently distributed through the ducting system in your house.

Heating can be adjusted to suit your preferences with an automated control system. The surface temperatures of the heater are kept extremely low to allow zero clearance installations without the added cost of installing a zero clearance box, allowing you to create your own decorative fireplace.

Archer Gas Log Fires are flexible and can be installed anywhere in your home, with the option to choose from wall, floor or ceiling outlets for your ducting system. goo.gl/DtoS5q
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Ducted gas heating vs. split system heating: Which one’s right for you?

Melbournians shivered their way through the coldest start to a winter in 36 years this year. Some did it without the appropriate heating too. So what is the appropriate heating for you and your family? Many factors can come into the decision to buy a heater. Two of the most fought over decisions seem to be split systems versus gas ducted heaters. When you are freezing cold, any heater sounds good and will do, but there is a right heater for you. There is a right heater for everyone.

A ducted gas heating system is the more environmentally friendly option according to the Australian gas networks , for example in Victoria a gas powered hot water system emits 83% less CO2 than its electric equivalent. So even when the environment isn’t being friendly to us it’s worth keeping in mind we should be friendly to it. Split systems though will suit any family on a tighter budget, and in a smaller living space. Bearing in mind all heating systems are a step up from standing in front of the oven while your roast dinners cook. goo.gl/tbjybh
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Heating efficiency with gas ducted systems

Melbourne is facing one of its coldest winters in a long time, with record-breaking low temperatures being reached every few days. Add to it rains and strong winds and you’re left with weather that will leave you shivering unless you have multiple layers on.

Alternatively, an efficient heating system can keep you warm and cosy in your home, even as the temperatures dip outside. It’s no wonder then that installing efficient heating systems are a top priority, since they would be used for most part of the autumn and winter months and need to be cost-effective. goo.gl/rx9chW
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Is it time to upgrade your heating system?

When investing in a heating system, we often like to think that it will last us a lifetime, requiring few repairs and fixes in the years to come. This is an ideal situation, but often enough, the heating system needs more than just a few odd fixes in the course of its lifespan. But how do you tell it’s time to upgrade your system to a model that is advanced and more efficient? goo.gl/XQfP4w
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Reverse cycle or gas ducted heating: Which one’s right for you?

When building your home, one of the bigger investments that you need to prepare for is the heating and cooling system that will regulate temperatures in your house for years to come.

This is a big purchase, and in addition to choosing the right brand, you also need to decide which heating system would be right for your home, your budget and your needs. Inevitably, the most popular choices among homeowners continue to be gas ducted heating and ducted reverse cycle systems, since they keep your whole home warm through one system. So what’s the difference between these systems? goo.gl/EKix8h
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Should you opt for multi-split heating systems?

Winter is almost here and it’s time to ensure your heating systems are working just fine and will be able to keep you warm and cosy for the next few months. It’s also a good time to start looking at potential upgrades that you can invest in to improve the heating system that you already have at home.

A multi split heating system is one such upgrade you must consider if you live a big house or work in a big office, with multiple levels and separate rooms that need to be heated up. The multi split heating system is also most ideal if you need to heat different rooms up and different temperatures, with the option to adjust temperatures individually. goo.gl/JEp4hb
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The ultimate in total climate comfort control, a fully ducted reverse cycle system can condition your entire home from one central thermostat. This gives you the convenience to heat and cool your home all year round just the way you like it.

The Inverter systems works by adjusting the amount of capacity that the air conditioner is producing according to demand on the home.
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The ultimate in total climate comfort control, a fully ducted reverse cycle system can condition your entire home from one central thermostat. This gives you the convenience to heat and cool your home all year round just the way you like it.

The Inverter systems works by adjusting the amount of capacity that the air conditioner is producing according to demand on the home.
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