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How to Adjust Air Conditioning Airflow

How to Adjust Air Conditioning Airflow?

Achieving the perfect balance in your home’s climate is a fine art that extends beyond merely setting your air conditioner to a comfortable temperature. The secret to creating an efficient and cosy environment lies in mastering airflow management—ensuring that cool or warm air is evenly and effectively distributed throughout your space. This comprehensive guide by […]

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How to switch from heat to air conditioning

How to Switch From Heat to Cooling With Your Air Conditioning?

Transitioning your HVAC system from heating to cooling is a pivotal step as the seasons change, ensuring your home’s comfort and your system’s efficiency. At ActronAir, we understand the unique demands of Australian homes, making us your ideal partner in achieving optimal temperature control. This guide will walk you through everything you need to know

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How to Air Condition a Two-Storey House

We’ve all been there – those sweltering summer months when the heat feels unbearable. The situation can be even more challenging in a two-storey house. The top floor tends to accumulate heat, making the whole house feel like an oven. Let’s breakdown the unique challenges presented by two-storey homes and breakdown the innovative solutions needed

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What are the Parts of an Air Conditioning System?

At ActronAir, we don’t just design and manufacture advanced air conditioning systems; we believe in empowering our customers by helping them understand the inner workings of their air conditioner. Your air conditioning system consists of several parts, each of which plays a critical role in cooling and heating to maintain your space’s temperature. Here are

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Is My Landlord Responsible for Fixing Air Conditioning?

Understanding the obligations of a landlord in Australia can be a maze, especially when it comes to the specifics like air conditioning maintenance. Being well-versed in these responsibilities is essential for tenants and landlords, as it sets the groundwork for a smooth rental relationship.  One area that often sparks confusion is the question, “Who is

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How to Make Air Conditioning More Sustainable

How to Make Air Conditioning More Sustainable

As we strive to adjust our lifestyles to coexist harmoniously with the planet, it’s critical to examine every aspect of our daily lives – including how we cool our homes.  When it comes to air conditioning, an undeniable necessity in contemporary life, the challenge lies in minimising environmental impact without compromising comfort. Fortunately, leading brands

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Why Isn’t My Air Conditioning Functioning Properly?

Experiencing issues with your air conditioning system can be a frustrating and inconvenient experience. Whether it’s your control now working, power supply issues, clogged filters, or refrigerant leaks, addressing these issues in a timely manner is crucial to restoring the proper functioning of your AC system. ActronAir has been Australia’s most trusted AC provider since

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How Much Energy Does Ducted Air Conditioning Use

How Much Energy Does Ducted Air Conditioning Use

Navigating the landscape of air conditioning can be daunting, particularly when understanding the energy consumption of various systems. Ducted air conditioning, while providing superior comfort, often raises eyebrows due to concerns about energy usage.  ActronAir is committed to energy efficiency and high-performance cooling solutions. Let’s jump into the energy consumption of ducted air conditioning and

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