Professional Reverse Cycle Air Conditioner Installation Throughout Sydney

At JRS Air, we provide professional reverse cycle air conditioning installation throughout Sydney. Reverse cycle air conditioning is a highly efficient and adaptable air conditioning solution.

The major benefits of reverse cycle air conditioning installations are:

  • Unlike conventional air conditioners which generate heat energy, a reverse cycle system absorbs heat from the exteriors to warm the indoors during winters, thus being more energy efficient.
  • The process is reversed during humid weather conditions and the system tends to absorb more heat from the inside air and eliminates it to the exteriors. This process makes space feel much cooler and cosy.
  • Many modern reverse cycle air conditioning units have inbuilt thermostats and advanced inverter technology, which ensures the room temperature is adapted to in real-time.
  • Many systems feature a built-in air-purifying filter that traps fine airborne particles, and some can even decompose odours and absorb and deactivate bacteria and viruses.
  • Reverse cycle air conditioners generate less noise
  • Reverse cycle air conditioning installations come as a single unit which performs both cooling and heating functions. It can easily switch between cooling and heating with the flick of a switch.

Install a New Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning System in Your Home – Sydney

At JRS Air, we are here to provide the service you need for reverse cycle air conditioning system installations. We sell leading brands in reverse cycle air conditioning products to cater to your every need. Our dedicated aircon technicians will get your reverse air conditioning system fixed within the least possible time, anywhere you are in Sydney. Call us on 1300 JRS AIR to get expert advice from our specialist aircon service providers and get your no-obligation quote for reverse air cycle aircon system today!

The reverse cyclemeans that you can use the same air conditioning unit to both cool and heat your home. While the default mode is typically cooling, when you switch the unit to the heating mode, the functioning reverses in the unit and your air conditioner will warm your home. Both split systems and also ducted systems offer reverse cycle functionality.

As the reverse cycle air conditioner unit works on the principle of heating, cooling and dehumidifying, the process creates water. The “produced” water is the condensation that is built up around the evaporator coil of the reverse cycle air conditioner. The water is thus the by-product of the process.

No, the air conditioning unit does not use any air from outside your home. It recycles the air from outside.

On an average, a ducted reverse cycle air conditioner lasts up to 10 years. This is contingent on a number of variables including the usage, regular servicing and maintenance.

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