Ducted Air Conditioning Installation

Get affordable ducted air conditioning installation today

KSN air conditioning specialise in ducted reverse cycle air conditioning for the Sydney market. Installing ducted air conditioning means you can enjoy discreet air conditioned comfort throughout your home.

Unlike split system air conditioning, ducted air conditioning systems are not wall mounted. This means that once installed in your home, the only visible components are the control panel, air discharge vents, and return air grill.If you’d like to see more examples or designs of ducted air conditioning installations, please visit our project gallery

By installing ducted air conditioning in your home or workplace with KSN air, you give yourself complete climate control through reverse cycle technology. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioners work very efficiently by absorbing heat from the outdoor unit to warm the air inside of your home.

And when you want to cool your home down the ducted air conditioning works the opposite way by absorbing the heat from inside your home via the return air grill and dissipates it out of the outdoor unit leaving your home nice and cool.

KSN air’s ducted air conditioning installations are each uniquely designed to match our customers needs. The ducted system can be designed to operate from multiple different zones, this means you can control the flow output of each individual zone giving you complete functionality. 

Ducted air conditioning outdoor unit installed on roof

Ducted air conditioning installation costs

Installing a ducted air conditioning system for your home is generally more expensive than installation of a split system. This is because there are more parts that come with a ducted reverse cycle air conditioning system and they take longer to install than a single split system unit.

The main benefit of installing ducted air conditioning throughout your home over split system air conditioning is that you can choose to cool your entire house at the touch of a button rather than a single location which is why prices may be higher for ducted air conditioning.

When you purchase a ducted reverse cycle air conditioner for your home or office you are essentially paying for one unit that performs two jobs.

Ducted air conditioning installations can also vary in price depending on factors like the brand, and the size of the system. KSN recommends Daikin due to its high reputation for quality and features.

Installing Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning

Get the best deals on ducted reverse cycle air conditioning from KSN air for your home today by giving us a call or contacting us through our contact page. Choose us today for special discounts on ducted reverse cycle air conditioning for major brands such as Daikin, Fujitsu, Actron Air, Carrier and more.

KSN air conditioning will take care of the supply, installation, and clean up. We can even schedule regular visits to take care of the cleaning and maintenance of your new reverse cycle ducted air conditioning to ensure everything runs smooth every time.

By Installing Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, you give your home ultimate climate control, equipped with both cooling and heating capabilities for your home during harsh seasons. With a single touch of a button you can easily and precisely configure airflow control, temperature adjustments and you even have the ability to turn certain zones on or off.

With our expertise in the design and installation of ducted air conditioning and access to a variety of different ducted reverse cycle air conditioner brands, you can trust KSN air conditioning to design a solution which is tailored to your home and lifestyle.

We can always work out discounts for our customers which is what sets us apart from the competition. If you’d like to enquire about ducted air conditioning for your Sydney home or workplace, contact KSN Air today.

Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning in roof for major client

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