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Installing an air conditioning unit is a very technical and difficult job and skillful technicians are required to do this properly. It will involve many complex tasks such as cutting large holes in the ceiling, installing between 50 and 100 metres of large ducting in your roof. An air handler has to be lifted and supported within the roof structure or sub floor and finally evacuated from air and charged with refrigerant gas. Let’s not forget about the new electrical wiring and isolators required to make this work. Overall, it is probably the most challenging installation of any appliance with multiple trade skills required to do this properly. Getting it done right the first time, by a company you can trust like Greenair, will ensure you have many trouble free years for your air conditioning.


Greenair will offer a full 5 year parts and labour warranty on all of our installations providing you carry out regular servicing as required. We can do this because we know what materials we use, we know what to recommend in each application and we know our installation technicians are fully trained professionals. Easy.


With over 15 years experience and a real focus on customer satisfaction, you can rely on us for your next project. We provide a professional renovation and installation services with a real focus on customer satisfaction.

  • Financial Responsibility to Our Clients
  • Superior Quality and Craftsmanship
  • Quality and Value to the Projects We Deliver
  • Highest Standards in Cost Control
  • On Time and on Budget
  • Real Focus on Customer Satisfaction


  • Do you recommend a split system or a ducted system?

    Each house will have different reasons for either system. For coooling a single room or area a split system is perfect. If you are looking to do a whole home, it would be best to look at a complete solution such a s a ducted which is far more cost effective.

  • How many zones can you have on a ducted zones?

    It is possible to have as many as 8 zones on a ducted. There are reasons when this may be ideal such as many different levels or areas. For a conventional home you may be able to install as little as 2 zones to keep the installation within a tight budget.

  • What is a zone?

    A zone is an area of your house that will have all of the outlets in a part of your home controlled by a single zone motor. This will allow these rooms to have air flowing to them or turned off to save energy when not required. Usually rooms close to each other will be zoned together.

  • How much power does an air conditioner use?

    This question is hard to answer as it depends on many factors including the size of your home, how many windows, how much shading over the home, building materials and so on. It also depends how you use it. Generally speaking, the late model units now available are very efficient and use far less energy than previously. High quality units and components will provide lower running costs and increased reliability.

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