Once upon a time home climate control was a choice of either hot or
cold. You had a heater for winter, but sweltered in summer. With
add-on-cooling it is now easy to send wonderfully cool air through
the same ductwork as your gas ducted heating system.
How it works
Add-on-cooling is the addition of a coil and condensing unit to your
existing gas ducted central heating system, thus providing the
ability to deliver cool refrigerated air throughout your home. The
existing fan within the heater is utilised, along with existing
ductwork and registers (note: depending on application some
modifications may be required).
Once installed, the system operates as a split ducted
airconditioning system without the added cost of dupliating ducting,
fan unit or registers.
Coupled with thermostat control, add-on-cooling allows you the
flexibility of zoning. While in winter total warmth is generally
required throughout the home, cooling in summer is very often
required in certain areas at certain times.
By zoning your home you can cool your living areas during the day
and sleeping areas at night, saving valuable energy and most
importantly money. You need only purchase a system to cool your
largest area, and then zone the remaining areas to cut running