When you are building a new home, there are so many things to think about.
Unfortunately, installing ducted air conditioning usually isn’t one of them.
In fact, it’s often one of the last things on a home builder’s mind until they have actually moved in that is, and then more often than not, it’s the first thing on their ‘to do’ list.
Most checklists – including Home Improvement Pages New Home Building Checklist – make no mention of ducted air conditioning.
With this in mind, Acer Services recommend you move “ducted air conditioning” up your list and make it one of your main priorities rather than an afterthought. In fact, we’ve created a free Buyer’s Guide, that you can download by clicking here!
There are several advantages of having it installed ‘on the run’, most notably that it could save you a lot of time, money and hassle.
Particularly if your new home is a two-storey house.
Sadly, there are some highset homes that simply don’t have the space needed to accommodate a full ducted system throughout, and if they do, reaching these spaces – within the ceiling or under the floor – can be difficult.
Leave it too late and you could end up with rooms that aren’t fully air-conditioned…which can defeat the purpose.
Save money on ducted air conditioning – no double handling.
Involve Acer Services early on and you will save money, as opposed to waiting until all the plastering has been done and the rooms and ceilings are complete.
We won’t have to remove, cut or re-plaster, so there will be savings to be made which we can pass on to you.
Not only that, but by involving us early we can personalise your air con.
We can work out which areas of your new home will need the most amount of cool air in Summer and warm air in Winter, and plan your system accordingly.
The right sized air conditioning system for your home based on your family’s precise needs can save you a small fortune in running costs over the life of the system.
Acer are experts in zoning, and we can actually help you reduce the size of your ducted units – without sacrificing efficiency.
We can arrange it so that you select the zones you want to keep cool simply at the touch of a button on your control panel.
If you have a home currently under construction, or are planning to build soon, we strongly suggest that you contact us to discuss your plans for ducted air conditioning.
Do it now, so when you move into your beautiful new home, it can be wonderfully cool.