Air Conditioning Industries are the experts in air conditioning installation and replacements in Newcastle, the Central Coast and throughout the Hunter Valley.
If you need to cool a single room or small area, split system air-conditioners are usually more energy-efficient than portable or window units. Most split systems are reverse-cycle, offering cool air in summer and warm air in winter, as well as having dehumidifying or air-purifying components, making them very popular. We are authorised dealers of the best brands and offer full replacement and new installation services for most air conditioning systems.
Does my air con installer need to be licensed?
Yes. Because air conditioning installers handle refrigerants, the Australian Refrigeration Council (ARC) requires all installers and technicians to hold either a full Refrigeration & Air Conditioning licence or a restricted licence that allows them to only install split system air conditioners.
A number of different tradies could undertake an installation for you, including dedicated ducted air conditioning installers, licensed plumbers who can install, maintain and repair piping, ducting as well as licensed electricians who can install the master control panels and any wiring that is required.
The team at Air Conditioning Industries has all the certifications and licenses to install your new system for you.
Replacing an old air conditioning system
Wanting to replace an old box style air conditioner with a new inverter split system?
It’s always a good idea as the older units are not very efficient and are much noisier than the inverter air conditioners on the market today.
Our team has experience in replacing older units with new split or ducted systems.
Give the team at Air Conditioning Industries a call to see what we can do to replace your current old system with a new system.
Should I replace my old system
You should replace your existing air conditioner if any of the following apply:
- It’s just not cool enough
- The temperature is inconsistent throughout your home
- Increasing energy bills
- Excessive repairs
- Noisy to run
- Gives off an unusual smell
- Excessive moisture
- If indoor unit is corroding and falling apart