New build? Think ducts
A ducted air conditioning system is the way to enjoy the perfect room temperature in the most unobtrusive way possible. It quietly gets on with the job in hand and maintains an optimal climate controlled environment. All day, every day. For discrete performance and supreme comfort, nothing else quite beats it.
It is the most expensive form of air conditioning to install. Also, it may not be possible as a retro fit in some domestic properties. This is because of the prohibitive cost of enabling building works. But do not let this put you off. No matter how big or small the job, our surveyor will visit your property and advise what is possible in your home. There is no charge for this service. So, please go ahead and book your free site survey here
How does ducted air conditioning work?
Ducted installations distribute a stream of conditioned air to your rooms via discreet grilles. These are usually sited within the ceiling. To cool, heat and circulate air an air outlet and return air inlet is used. The ducts will be neatly run within the roof or ceiling space so that all that you actually see are the grilles.
Quiet and powerful performance is a given. This form of air conditioning is one of the most versatile of all the climate control solutions. Above all, this is the perfect way to achieve a balanced and gentle airflow. Especially within larger homes or room spaces. This said, installation of these systems requires an experienced engineer with qualifications to match. Clean Air has installed such air conditioning systems for over thirty years. Our engineers are highly trained professionals. For example, you can be sure they will carefully calculate air flows and balance the ac system to suit.
For precise control of individual room temperatures you may require a number of ducted systems. Or if you are happy to simply restrict air flow to individual rooms or zones, we can install dampers within the ducts.
Two of the best ceiling air con units
Mitsibushi SLZ-M R32
Mitsibushi SEZ-M R32
SLZ-M R32 Inverter Heat Pump
At just 245mm high, this 4-Way Blow SLZ-M Ceiling Cassette from Mitsubishi is designed to fit snugly into narrow ceiling spaces. What you see is a stylish, slimline square grille. And what you get is the latest energy-saving technologies and powerful performance.
More commonly found in commercial premises, this unit is also highly suited to domestic installations in it’s lower power variant.
Available in: 1.5kW, 2.5kW, 3.5kW, 5.0kW, 6.0kW
SEZ-M R32 Inverter Heat Pump
This Mitsubishi SLZM unit from the Mr Slim range is actually intended for commercial premises. This said, it is also suitable for many domestic applications. It is a small and compact unit, and is concealed within the ceiling so as to be as unobtrusive as possible. A low static pressure level means very low noise levels, and the latest energy-saving technologies make this clever unit a great way to achieve discreet, comfortable and efficient air conditioning.
Available in: 2.5kW, 3.5kW, 5.0kW, 6.0kW, 7.1kW