57 Bombala St, Cooma NSW 2630

Reverse Cycle Air-conditioning

But you don’t really need cooling in our climate?  Doesn’t matter—if you don’t have natural gas available, this is the most energy efficient form of heating (See our running costs chart).  The options for the delivery of the heat are extensive and wouldn’t it be just a little bit nice to turn on the cooling on those hot days?


Don't Make a Costly Mistake..........

Air-conditioning isn’t something you really want to buy off the showroom floor like a fridge.  It’s much trickier than that.

Air-conditioners are not limited to the hi-wall split systems on offer in your local appliance store and a lot of people make costly mistakes when they buy air-conditioning.  Get it wrong and it could cost you hundreds of dollars in extra running costs.  You might end up with something so noisy you can’t hear the TV or poorly located outlets blowing everything across the room!

With air-conditioning, all sorts of things come into play.  The direction your home faces, how many doors you have, how big your windows are, the type of floor coverings, insulation and walls your have.  Microclimate variations and the effect of shading trees and eave overhangs are just some of the things to consider in the sizing and installation of your air-conditioner.  Not forgetting personal preferences, home décor and construction.

Corby’s Heating & Cooling can assess the type of air-conditioning best suited to your home and offer you options to suit your needs and budget.

What Type of Air-Conditioner?

There are a multitude of systems available but most commonly used these days is the hi-wall split system air-conditioner.  These are designed to cool or heat a single room or area but have limitations on the size of the area they are capable of conditioning. 

Other types of split system such as 4 way blow, under-ceiling, floor console and ducted are available for improved air distribution.  (See our FAQ's section for more information)

Some of the options in air-conditioning systems are:

  • Individual control in each area (or even room) of your home.

  • Multiple indoor units available in a variety of configurations operating from a single outdoor unit.

  • PC software to provide fully automated control of your climate control system.

  • Inverter technology to reduce running costs.

Split systems must be installed by a licensed Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Installer. Larger systems must be installed by a licensed Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Tradesperson.

See Look for the Tick website for details. 

Corby’s Heating & Cooling only offer systems that will perform in our climate and provide you with year round comfort control in your home or commercial premises.  We also install and provide you with the warranty and after sales service for your system - so we want to make sure you have the right system first time and that it will be reliable and our tradespeople are fully qualified and licenced.