Air Conditioning Installation

Air conditioner installation preparation guide

Before any air-conditioner installation into a home or office, a number of preparations are necessary. After picking the right air-conditioning system chosen for your home and office, it’s the installer’s job to install the system right? Well, there are things as the home-owner or building manager you can do to ensure a smooth and pain-free install.

Step 1:

The first step is to ensure you have chosen the correct air-con system for your home or business. The best way to know is to consult an expert or get a second opinion. Secondary Air conditioning installation in Melbourne can be an expensive and tricky process.

Step 2:

The second step is to clear the area both inside and outside (depending on the system). This is to make sure it is easily accessible and clear of clutter and debris. This will ensure your installer has the easiest possible access, and minimises any risks of failure or injury.

If the unit is located outside, it is very important to chose the correct spot. There are many factors that can affect the longevity and effectiveness of your air-con unit. There are three main factors that affect where your unit should go. The size, type, and environment.

The most important factor is the size of the unit and knowing exactly how big the air-con will be.

Secondly, the type of air-con will impact where it will go. Ducted systems are usually installed on the roof, whereas split systems are installed on the wall.

The last factor is the environment, the spot around the air conditioner is really important. For example, you don’t want to block a split system or have it outside under a dripping gutter. Being conscious of the spot your air conditioner installation placement is really important.

Step 3:

The next step is to decide where you would like the controllers for the different systems. This decision isn’t as important as the others but from an aesthetic point of view. It can help to put them in places where they won’t distract the eye. If you have people with disabilities or children in the home, tought should also be given to where they can be placed. Extra consideration needs to be taken into account for their needs.

The last step:

Finally, its installation day, the last thing to do is to place covers, either dust covers or painters sheets over any furniture or delicate areas near the spot of installation. This will ensure that no paint, dust or dirt gets on any furniture and will help protect all your surfaces if anything goes wrong.

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