Frequently Asked Questions
Which brands of air conditioners do you sell and recommend?
You can choose from a wide range of brands. We are not affiliated with any particular brand but we will advise you on a system that best suits your needs.
What size system do I need for my house?
It’s important to use a professional to determine what size system you require. If you buy an air conditioner that is too small for the room it will not cool or heat adequately. If you buy one that is too large, the air conditioner will cool the room before it dehumidifies and this can leave you feeling clammy. We take into account what type of home you have, how many rooms need to be cooled, room size, ceiling height and existing insulation. From that we can recommend what type of system would be suitable.
What’s the difference between ducted and wall mounted split system air conditioners?
Ducted Air Conditioning cools a complete home, with most components hidden in the ceiling cavity.
Wall mounted split sytems are more suited to cooling one (or a couple) of specific rooms in your home.
What is Reverse Cycle?
A Reverse Cycle Air Conditioner will provide cooling in summer and heating in winter. Cooling only Air Conditioners are available.
What are the main differences between an Inverter and a Non Inverter?
Inverter Air Conditioners are more economical to operate and much quieter than non inverter splits. They are smoother and more stable in operation, and can handle greater extremes in temperature. Inverter Air Conditioners can also reach the wanted temperature faster than non inverter splits.
What does EER stands for and what does it mean?
EER stands for Energy-Efficiency Rating, which measures the Air Conditioner’s energy efficiency and energy consumption. The higher the EER the less energy the Air Conditioner will consume.
What is zoning?
A zoning system is created to suit the many ways you use your home. Perhaps you want a different temperature than a family member or maybe you have areas that don’t need heating or cooling? With a zoned system you are able to divide your house into different areas, giving you the control and comfort you require. The advantages of zoning are: efficiency, control and comfort.
Will the installation process create a big mess?
BreezeRite technicians take great care to minimise mess during the installation process, but if you have anything that you don’t want getting dusty simply place a sheet over it.