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Cooling System Installation in Canberra

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Buying a new air conditioning system and having it installed is not something that the average homeowner deals with frequently. In fact, because so many years have passed between the purchase of the old and the new systems, technological changes may make choosing a new system difficult.

The professionals at Thermal Active Air-Conditioning and Heating Pty. Ltd. make easy work of selecting the right cooling system for your home or business in Canberra. No matter the size of your property, our friendly professionals will sit down with you, assess your needs and recommend the right air conditioning system based on the unique specifications of your property.

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Thermal Active provides each residence or business with a personable, unique approach as we discuss with you to determine what your central air conditioning needs are. We use a consultative approach to assess what type of system works best for your property and take into consideration the size of your home and lifestyle factors that will determine how much cooling you need.

For example, homeowners with pets may need a stronger filtering system in their air conditioner in order to filter out pet hair and dander. On the other hand, someone with mold allergies may benefit from a stronger dehumidifier.

We offer many different types of systems for your property in Canberra, including traditional air conditioners, evaporative cooling, add-on cooling, ducted reverse cycle systems and stand-alone reverse cycle systems. Below, you can learn more about your cooling options.

For example, evaporative cooling systems work well in dry areas but not in humid locales. On the other hand, a standard air conditioning system can help in a humid environment because it dehumidifies the air.

Contact us today on  02 6239 2772 for a free consultation.


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Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning

Ducted air conditioning is a whole home heating and cooling solution, allowing air conditioning to multiple rooms or an entire house using one system calculated to suit the size of your home. The indoor unit is located in the ceiling or under the floor and the outdoor unit is placed in a suitable location outside. The conditioned air is circulated via ductwork in the ceiling or floor cavity with outlets in as many rooms as desired.

Ducted air conditioners are reverse cycle, meaning they can heat in winter and cool in summer. The temperature and hours of operation are controlled by an easy to use control panel and the use of zones can help customise the system to suit your individual needs and lifestyle. 

Evaporative cooling

Evaporative cooling has a central cooling unit on or in the roof space that is connected to outlets via ductwork throughout the ceiling of your property. The cooling unit draws fresh air over moistened pads. As it passed through these pads, the air is cooled and filtered before flowing through the ductwork and into rooms. Evaporative cooling operates with your home’s doors and windows open. 


Modifications to existing systems can improve your system’s performance and efficiency. Modifications may be necessary due to the installation of supplementary equipment or to incorporate building extensions or renovations into the existing system.

Add-on cooling

Add-on cooling is a refrigerated cooling system that is compatible with most ducted gas heating systems. Add-on cooling uses the same ductwork and outlets providing refrigerated cooling or warm air from the gas heating without the need for a second duct network. Installation of gas heating and refrigerated cooling can be done at the same time or add-on cooling can be installed at a later stage.

Standalone reverse cycle systems

Room split systems condition a single room to ideal comfort levels and provide efficient and effective cooling and heating where is it needed. There is a split system to suit every size and space, including:

  • Wall-hung split system: The wall hung indoor unit is mounted high on the wall and an outdoor unit is placed in a suitable position outside
  • Cassette split systems: Cassette split systems are ideal where wall space is limited or four-way airflow is desired
  • Under ceiling/floor console: Floor/ceiling consoles suit certain applications where wall hung units are not an option
  •   Multi-head split systems: A multi-head split system is an option for heating or cooling in more than one room when ducting is impractical or when independent room control is desired. Multi-head split systems heat or cool multiple, individual rooms with only one outdoor unit.
Reverse Cycle Cassette Split System
Reverse Cycle Cassette Split System
Reverse Cycle Floor Console Split System
Reverse Cycle Floor Console Split System
Evaporative Cooling
Evaporative Cooling
Reverse Cycle Wall Hung Split System
Reverse Cycle Wall Hung Split System

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selection of top-quality cooling systems

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