Frequently Asked Questions

How much does installation cost?

There are many factors that depend on the type of installation, we offer a free quote to find the perfect suited installation to suit your home.

How often should I service my air conditioner?

Every 6 months to one year depending on the frequency of use. This will maintain the life of your air conditioner, also decreasing the energy consumption therefore reducing your power bill.

My air conditioner is not cooling?

Most people think this is because it has leaked refrigerant where most of the time this is to do with a fault on the unit. The fan can blow on the indoor and outdoor unit, but the compressor may not be working. Common faults are caused by power surges or geckos and can damage the electrical components in the air conditioner.

Why does my air conditioner make a popping sound?

If your system is being flooded with liquid it can produce popping like sounds. If your air conditioner compressor is sucking up liquid refrigerant through the intake side, this could lead to major damage to your system if it is not repaired quickly.

Why does my air conditioner leak water?

The most common sign of water leaking inside is because you have a blocked drain and the drip tray is over flowing. Other reasons may include low in refrigerant, damage to insulation of refrigerant pipes or a cracked drip tray.

How much energy does my air conditioner use?

For cooling purposes, the average reverse cycle air conditioner costs around $0.30 for small rooms to $0.90 for large rooms per hour to run. This is depending on the size of the room and what size air conditioner is installed.


A ducted air conditioning system costs around $2 to 3.50 per hour to run. Depending on how many rooms are zoned.

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LED vs Halogen Downlights

As an estimate, here is how the energy saving equation looks for replacing halogen downlights with LED alternatives:

  • 25 Halogen Lights using 50W each = $857.90
  • 25 LED Lights using 9.5W each: = $151
  • Annual saving of LED down lights vs halogen = $706.90

As you can see that is a great saving and usually pays its self-back in the first year. LED also have a longer life than Halogens you won’t need to replace them.