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Ascent Air is proudly a Perth based air conditioning & heating company specialising in energy efficient systems. We specialise in ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, split system air conditioners, evaporative cooling, slow combustion wood heaters and ducted gas heating systems.
We offer easy finance solutions; partnering with Certegy Ezi-Pay for up to 15K no interest packages up to 40 months.
With over 20 years experience, we listen to your requirements and professionally design reliable and economical air conditioning systems for homes, offices, workshops, multi level buildings and most other commercial developments.
At Ascent Air we’ve done the comparing for you, partnering with leading brands in energy efficiency. We strive to use the latest and advanced energy smart features such as digital zone balancing, electrostatic filters & Ezone WI FI control taking air conditioning to a new level.
We pride ourselves on providing quality air conditioning advice informing you of all available air conditioning options including product information and promotional offers. This ensures you are getting the best air conditioning system taking into consideration its heating and/or cooling performance, your specific air conditioning requirements, brand preference and budget.
Our friendly team provide exceptional customer service from designing your quotation, right through to our workmanship in the installation and commissioning.
We understand each project is unique and offer a competitive quotation that can be designed either from a floor plan or a site visit with you.
For a free quotation or further information, you can email us your plans or call us on (08) 9243 6247.
If you don’t have plans, a member of our team can visit your home or business within the Perth metropolitan area at a time that suits you.
Considerations and Choices for AC Systems in your Home.
You can’t beat the heat!! That’s a statement that you would have heard repeated over and over if you lived a few decades ago.
A hundred years ago, there was very little that could be done about the temperature. If it was markedly warm that year, you’d have no recourse other than to grumble about it while placing cool cloths on your neck. If you could afford it, you’d go away to the mountains or the seaside and hope that the weather would break and the temperature would lower.
Fortunately that isn’t true today. We have some real choices when it comes to the comfort and the climate inside our home.
Using air conditioning units or ducted air conditioning, you can find some measure of comfort inside your home or office even on the warmest days of the year.
Multiple types of air conditioning exist whereby your home can be cooled. Some are much cheaper to install while others will cost a little more. Typically those that are the lowest in cost to install, such as the window or wall units, are not as energy efficient and will cost more to operate than a ducted air conditioning unit.
Ducted air conditioning means that the air cools the entire home by circulating the air via ductwork that is installed beneath the flooring or inside the walls. The heated air is drawn out of the home, into the ducts where it becomes cooled air by flowing through a cooling unit. Once the air is sufficiently cooled it is pumped out into the ducting where it circulates into the home and cools the air inside the house. A thermostat is typically used to determine the level to which the air is cooled.
You’ll set the thermostat telling the unit how cool you want the air to be. The unit that you are using interprets this and cools the air to that extent. The unit continues to operate until the temperature in the home that you designated is achieved and then will shut off until the temperature rises again.
This is unique from the way that a window or wall unit might work. Those operate nearly full time and the units that do have a thermostat are not as accurate as central air conditioning or ducted air conditioning.
What is Ducted Air Conditioning?
Ducted air conditioning works on a system of air supply and air return. The air continuously circulates through the system until it reaches the required temperature set by you. This type of air conditioning is also called central air conditioning. Air conditioning installation of this variety can be costly to begin with, but may be much more energy efficient and have a lower operational cost than many other types of air conditioning. Ducted air con, Perth may help to reduce the use of energy for cooling your home because it is by and large a closed system.
Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
Another type of air conditioning that may be money saving and also quite efficient is reverse cycle air conditioning. This is also ducted air conditioning that is done using what is primarily a heating device working in reverse–which accounts for the name. It pumps cool air into the home after sending it through a cooling unit.
The cooling unit works much like the heating unit. Air is drawn in, either heated or cooled, depending on the temperature and then pumped back into the home. A reverse air conditioning unit is also known as a heat pump in other parts of the world. One example of the reverse cycle air conditioner is the LG ducted reverse air conditioners. Perth residents are familiar with this type of air conditioning as it is in frequent use and is cost effective for our area.
No matter what type of air conditioning you elect to use, reverse cycle air conditioning or central air conditioning, it is imperative that your air conditioning is installed and serviced by professionals who know their business. Having your air conditioning installed by someone who is not trained in the installation and does not have the skill and experience required could mean that your unit does not operate as it should and may lead to costly damage and/or repairs.