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Dale Air Heating and Cooling
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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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Control your air conditioners remotely with the new CoolBreeze Connect solution!

AND, for a limited time only, enjoy a 10-year warranty when you purchase any CoolBreeze evaporative cooling unit!

https://www.daleair.com.au/special-offers
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Get a free upgrade to the Brivis Promina when you purchase the Brivis Contour, PLUS a free Brivis Touch controller!

More details here: https://www.daleair.com.au/special-offers
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Get a free upgrade to Brivis Promina when you buy Brivis Contour. PLUS, receive a free Brivis touch controller and a 5-year parts warranty! Contact us today to find out more!

More details here: https://www.daleair.com.au/special-offers
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Spring is one of the best times to get an air conditioner! But before you start shopping, find out why you should consider the split systems cooling system.

https://www.daleair.com.au/blog/benefits-of-the-split-systems-cooling-system
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What’s best for your type of home? Should you opt for a split system or a ducted? And what even is a multi-split system?

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Did you know that air conditioning was first installed residentially in 1914? And, the unit was 7 feet high, 6 feet wide and 20 feet long!

Thankfully we have come a long way since then, and air conditioners now have sleek, modern and compact designs.
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The Melbourne weather has been quite confusing lately. It is as though winter and spring are locked in an epic war, and both are refusing to budge in their dominance over the city.

https://www.daleair.com.au/blog/five-must-have-features-in-a-good-air-conditioner/
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Wall hung split systems are a simple and affordable way to air condition or heat single rooms or smaller open spaces.

https://www.daleair.com.au/heating/split-systems-heating
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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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