After one of the warmest summers on record, your AC has probably had a hard time recently making sure you and your home or office has kept beautifully cool! If this is the case, now is the time to start thinking about preventative maintenance.
All AC units draw in air from the room. The air is then heated or cooled in the indoor unit before being released at the desired temperature back into the room. The air is pushed through a number of filters to purify and treat the air to ensure it is clean. Overtime these filters get blocked which will result in a drop in performance and an increase in energy use. If the unit doesn’t work at it’s most efficient this adds additional load onto component parts which can result in cost repair bills or a full system replacement.
We recommend preventative maintenance to stop unexpected problems. If your unit is under 5 years old, it also validates your Daikin parts warranty ensuring that you won’t have the extra cost of new parts should something go wrong.
We’ve experienced our busiest summer ever, and from experience, a warm summer means a busy winter for repairs because of non-maintained systems. Don’t let this happen to you by booking in your annual maintenance inspection now. Just drop our service team an email, email@example.com, and we’ll call you back to book you in.
Air conditioning units are available on a wide range of options, such as ducted air conditioning and ceiling cassette air conditioning. These elegant solutions are installed into the ceiling in a recessed position, allowing them to be less visible than other types of units.
There are several benefits to installing a ceiling cassette unit, which you might find fit your property requirements exactly.
The concept of an air conditioner has been around for hundreds, even thousands, of years. But only in the last hundred years or so have we been using chemistry to our advantage. Certain chemicals and compounds provide us with the ability to create effective air conditioning units, but some have serious consequences. Let’s look at how chemistry is used in air conditioners.
When it comes to air conditioning units, you can be spoilt for choice as there is so much on offer. However, few air conditioning systems offer the same capabilities and benefits as a ducted air conditioning system. Continue reading
Environmentally friendly solutions are extremely popular in all walks of life; we’ve woken up as a species and realised that we really need to step up and protect our planet.
In the past, air conditioners have been blamed for breaking down our ozone layer through the use of chlorofluorocarbons (CFC) gases as a refrigerant. Fortunately, many air conditioning manufacturers have ceased using such harmful refrigerants, and instead are using a more acceptable solution instead; hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) gases.
The cold weather is already settling in, so it is important to make sure that your air conditioning unit or heater is properly maintained. This will ensure that you stay warm during the cold nights.
At Daikin Air Conditioning, our air conditioners can actually be used as heaters, making them perfect all year round. Here are a few tips to make sure that you are properly taking care of your air conditioner.
We rely on air conditioning to keep the temperature of our homes just how we like it. We know we can count on high quality, modern technology when we install a wall mounted air conditioning unit, but did you know that air conditioning helped to develop important medication?
Here are a few more interesting facts you might not know about air conditioning!
Air conditioning is an excellent feature to have in any room, but with the end of summer fast approaching, it is important to make sure that it is fully functional. This is especially important for those looking to use their air conditioner as a heater. Therefore, it’s vital to know and identify signs that mean your air conditioning unit needs repairing.
Although air conditioning may seem like a complicated concept to grasp, it’s actually relatively simple. We covered the basic air conditioning process in our How Air Conditioning Works During Summer blog, so you should already have some idea how an air conditioning system functions.
However, like many pieces of technology, there are plenty of myths and misconceptions surrounding the use and installation of an air conditioning. Here at Daikin Air Conditioning, we want to bust all these myths to give you the real hard facts as to why air conditioning units are so good at what they do.
‘AC’ could just as well stand for ‘ancient civilisation’ as ‘air conditioning’. Over 3,000 years ago, the Egyptians would typically hang soaking rugs in their doorways, keeping out the humid air of the Nile Delta, and thereby reducing indoor temperature through evaporation. Similarly, the Babylonian elite installed water features that ran underground to cool their temples and palaces.
Despite these early innovations, equating the primitive air conditioning of antiquity with modern AC is about as insightful as saying that central heating was invented when Neolithic man first brought fire back to the cave.