Why Choose Us?
Locally owned and operated
Reliable and high quality products
Top quality materials
Daikin Specialist Dealer
Prompt, friendly team
Fully qualified, licensed and insured
No job too big or small
Government approved supplier
Electrical connections performed by qualified licenced personnel
Gas mains connection
Connection of the central heating system to the mains gas supply would be carried out by a qualified plumber. And the electrical requirements would be completed by a qualified electrician. It is important to get a Certificate of Compliance from the plumber as this is needed to qualify for any of the promotions that may be running at the time of installation. The ducted gas heating system can be installed with multiple zones around the home. It is also possible to have individual temperature control within each zone, thus having greater control over your comfort. Have a look at the image below for a good idea of what is possible. (click it for a larger version)
Flexible duct is then connected to the system supplying air to the outlets in your home. We use R1.0 insulated duct
Some heaters can be split into two sections allowing installation into tight spaces
Large selection of grilles allowing total flexibility to fit in with your interior décor
Multiple zones, optionally each with individual temperature settings
Special allergy filters available
Add on cooling capable – split your capital cost between seasons
R1.0 insulated duct for the best efficiency
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Supply and return air grilles
There are many types of floor grille that can be chosen for your supply air outlets. These vary from ultra modern industrial looking grilles to traditional distressed bronze grilles, and everything in between. You can view the options on our grilles page. Please note that items marked Price Group A are included in all our quotes whilst those marked Price Groups B and C are options at additional expense. You can also decide to have aluminium grilles powder coated to any colour you like within the Dulux Power Coat Range. A word of caution though – floor grilles do tend to be trodden on and have furniture moved across them and over time this can chip the paintwork. Ceiling grilles tend to be the ubiquitous round or MDO type.
Although as with floor grilles you can have aluminium bar grilles powder coated to your choice of colour. Another word of caution – round ceiling grilles are popular amongst installers because they are easy to cut and, unlike MDO’s or bar grilles, you don’t have to line them up carefully with the contours of each individual room. However… they are not very effective at distributing warm air as they tend to push the air out sideways not downwards. And as we all know hot air rises! Which can leave you with a nice warm head but freezing feet. The central heating system will also have a return air grille. This can be positioned in unobtrusive locations such as the sidewall of the stairwell, the floor of a cupboard with a door relief grille or even below a TV cabinet/unit. In exposed floor areas these tend to be made of natural anodised aluminium.
Add on refrigerated cooling
Various models of the ducted gas heating systems can also have a refrigerated air conditioning module fitted for the best of both worlds. The add on air conditioning system can even be retro fitted at a later date thus enabling a spread of capital investment. The air conditioning module comes in 2 parts - the fancoil is connected to your central heating system and would need to be positioned in the same location whilst the condenser would be positioned outside and connected by refrigerant piping. If this is something that you may consider let us know at the time of quoting as larger duct and grilles would be required to cope with the greater air flow for cool air.