We work with you to deliver improved occupant comfort, better performance, energy efficiency and a return on investment.
Our specialist HVACR services encompass the full life cycle of assets from design, construction, maintenance, service, compliance, sustainability, auditing, training and upgrades.
We operate in accordance with Australian and New Zealand Standards, National Construction Code of Australia (NCC),
New Zealand Building Code and New Zealand Building Act.
HVACR systems move air between indoor and outdoor areas, as well as regulating the temperature in residential and commercial buildings. Essentially, they are a system of climate control, keeping you warm during the winter and cool during summer. HVACR stands for:
The size of the HVACR system you’ll need depends on your building type and requirements. To achieve efficient climate control, consideration needs to be given to the built environment, maintenance access, and allowable levels of power and water consumption.
For a detailed explanation of the differences between high-rise and low-rise buildings, see our HVACR System guide.
The price of an HVACR system will vary based on its size and complexity – whether you need it for industrial, commercial, or private property. For a detailed quote, you can always message us with your requirements and we’ll assist you with anything you need.
An air-cooled system usually has a 12-15 year life cycle.
A water-cooled air conditioning system usually has a 20-25 year life cycle.
Environmental exposure will play a contributing factor in HVACR life cycles, as well as the maintenance program that is undertaken.
A bag filter usually has a 1 year life cycle, while cardboard filters last 3-6 months. To determine the lifespan of your filter, you should consider how often you use your heating and cooling system, the size of your house, and the air quality in your environment.
While HVACR systems can be costly, they are a worthy investment. If you install a high-efficiency HVACR system, it will actually help you save on energy costs in the long term by providing your space with a controlled comfort all year round.
Ideally, you should replace your HVACR system on or before the date of its estimated life expectancy. If you have been needing maintenance and repair services more frequently than usual, this might mean your HVACR system is deteriorating. Also, you should take notice whenever your energy costs start rising, as a drop in the energy efficiency of your system is a good indicator that it needs to be replaced.
In a commercial application, HVACR maintenance should be done monthly as per Australian standards. To ensure proper maintenance of your units, consider hiring a specialised HVACR technician from a reliable HVACR service provider.
HVACR systems shouldn’t be making disturbing noises when you turn them on. Unusual sounds could mean a bad fan belt, that something is stuck inside, that there is a compressor malfunction, or many other problems. If you’re unsure of the source of the issue, it’s best to contact a technician to identify the problem and solve it right away. Doing so can prevent further damage to your HVACR systems and ensure their longevity.