Air Conditioning Dubbo
We design and install air conditioning systems for businesses and industrial clients across the region. Working with trusted, dependable brands, we offer a wide range of solutions to meet all your needs. From small offices to huge facilities—our team will keep your staff and customers comfortable all year round.
The Largest Air Conditioning
Company West of the Blue Mountains
Emergencies don’t always happen at the best time.
That is why our technicians provide emergency repairs at all hours. Don’t lose business due to a refrigeration
or air con breakdown!
Contact us for all your Air Conditioning & Refrigeration system needs. We work on all brands of systems and have obligation free quotes available.
Let us show you why we are the largest, most trusted Air Conditioning company west of the Blue Mountains.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I just install the air-conditioner myself?
In Australia, all electrical installations need to be carried out by certified and insured electricians. There are many kinds of air-con installations and some may seem relatively simple, but there are many things that can go wrong and it is never worth risking your safety to save a few dollars. Additionally, you should always check the licensing and insurance of any contractor you hire to install your air-conditioning service for your safety and peace of mind.
How often should I clean my air-conditioner?
A build-up of dirt and debris can make your AC work harder to cool your home or business, which means they are not running efficiently and can prematurely wear out or break down. That is why it is important to have our professionals inspect your air-con at least annually, to look for any blockages and thoroughly clean the entire system. The best time to have this inspection is usually before summer when you come into the peak usage period.
Outside of this, you need to keep your filters clean at all times. If the filter light on your air-conditioner flashes, it is detecting excess dirt and dust. If you don’t clean these filters it can lead to build-ups of mould and mildew that can be harmful. For commercial systems, the filters should be thoroughly cleaned once a month.
When should my air conditioner be replaced?
When you properly clean your air-conditioner and have it regularly inspected and maintained, you can expect up to 15 years of quality use. If your system is not properly maintained, it may fail prematurely. If your air-con is over 10 years old you should have it inspected at the first sign of any faults and our technicians will advise if replacement is the more economical solution.
If you find that your air-con is routinely breaking down, it might make more sense to replace it than keep forking out money to fix it. Another sign that a replacement is a better option is when your power bills spike up sharply because of your A/C use. If these bills are rising even though your A/C is being used the same amount, it is no longer efficient and probably should be replaced.
What is the difference between single and three-phase A/C systems?
This refers to the type of power that is being delivered to your property. Most residential homes are supplied single-phase electricity while commercial and industrial complexes and buildings generally use three-phase power.
There are exceptions. For example, a home with a lot of appliances or items that draw large volumes of electricity may use three-phase power. A smaller commercial business may only require single-phase power. Our technicians will assess your property and advise you of the type of A/C that you require.
How do I choose the right split system for my property?
There are a number of factors that will dictate which split system is ideal for your property and the most significant of those is the floor space you are looking to cool. For smaller spaces up to 15m2, a basic 2.5kW system should be more than enough to keep you cool and comfortable. These are usually used in single bedrooms or small apartments.
For medium rooms (like a bedroom that includes an ensuite or smaller living space) up to 30m2, you may need to step up to a 3.5kW system. When you want to cool a larger bedroom or living space that is up to 45m2, then a 5-6kW system will do the job. Then there are larger 7-8kW systems for open plan homes and other areas with a big floorplan.
The amount of light coming into the room, internal doors, the kinds of window coverings you are using, the insulation in your home and even the orientation of your home in relation to the sun can also impact the size of the A/C you need. We will do a thorough assessment of your property and advise the right option for you.