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Residential Air Conditioning Installation

Gold Class Air understands that residential properties are a homeowner’s personal oasis. So, we take pride in providing friendly and honest services to ensure we create your ideal environment tailored to your preferences.

Our air conditioning installation experts will provide you with multiple options to suit your wants, requirements and budget while assisting you along the way with any questions or concerns. Our specialists are more than happy to visit your property to best design and calculate the heat load on the area and provide a competitive quotation.

The Gold Class Air Residential Installation Benefits:

  1. Aftercare 5-year warranty provided.
  2. 100 % customer satisfaction.
  3. Clean all mess on completion and take rubbish away with us.
  4. Upfront and honest installation quote with no additional cost.
  5. Go the extra mile to ensure our customer is happy.
  6. Use high-quality materials.

Our Home Air Conditioning Solution's

Ducted Air Conditioning Installations

Ducted air conditioning installations can be custom-designed and installed in new or existing houses to meet your specific demands. Using ducted air conditioning, individual rooms can be “zoned” to maximise energy efficiency. Ductless systems provide year-round comfort with just the controller, return air, and discharge grilles visible within your house.

Split Systems Air Conditioners Installations

Split systems are one of the most adaptable, clean, quiet, and cost-effective types of air conditioning. The indoor unit is whisper-quiet, incredibly efficient, and simple to use and may be mounted on the wall, floor, or affixed to the ceiling. Split system air conditioner installations are perfect for cooling or heating a single room in your house.

Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning Installations

Reverse cycle air conditioning produces both cool and warm air from one system, with an interior unit in the roof and an outdoor unit. This is accomplished by inverting the refrigeration cycle, allowing the system to heat in the winter and cool in the summer, resulting in a thoroughly efficient, adaptive, and versatile system.

Residential Air Con Warranty

All air conditioner brands we support come with a five-year manufacturers’ and Gold Class Air installation warranty.

How Much Does Residential Aircon Installations Cost?

The cost of a residential air conditioning installation is dependent on a whole host of variables, including:

  • The specific size and kind of unit – do you want a split system aircon installation or a ducted air conditioning installation?
  • The quantity of wiring, plumbing, and ducting required.
  • Brand.
  • Size of your property and the number of occupants.
  • The zone set up, as the more zones added, the higher the system will cost.
  • Kilowatt capacity.
  • Inverter or non-inverter technology.
  • And other factors, aircon installation is not a one-size-fits-all answer, so it’s always a good idea to prepare ahead.

Depending on the type of unit and the intricacy of the aircon installation, expect to pay anywhere from $600 to $12,000 for a residential air conditioning installation. Smaller split systems cost between $600 and $750, while ducted air conditioning may cost up to $6000. In addition, simple systems may be installed in one day, but more complicated units and ducted systems might take two or more days to install.

For everyday operation costs, the answer will constantly vary depending on your intended temperature and use. However, to figure out how much it costs to run, consider these figures:

  1. Look for the unit’s kilowatt use per hour, or kWh.
  2. Locate a recent energy bill that shows how much you pay per kWh for electricity.
  3. Add the two values together to obtain a rough idea of how much ducting could cost per hour.

What Size Air Conditioner Do I Need for My Home?

What aircon installation capacity you require is one of the most critical factors to consider when purchasing an air conditioner for your residential property. Consider the following factors:

House dimensions: The more floor space your property has, the higher the capacity unit you need. If you have a multi-story house, you may need many units for different zones, which may increase the overall cost.

Ceiling height: If your home has high ceilings, your air conditioner will need to provide enough cold air to keep each room at a suitable temperature.

The number of windows: Because windows may contribute up to 40% of a home’s heat loss, you must factor this into your air conditioning system selection.