Air Conditioning FAQ – (Frequently Asked Questions)
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How often do I need air conditioning and heating maintenance?
At GlobalRez Air Conditioning, we recommend that you schedule tune-up services twice a year—once before the start of the summer months and once before winter begins. This can help you avoid unnecessary problems during the hottest and coldest months of the year.
Why should I service my air conditioner?
Regular servicing and maintenance keep your unit running at maximum efficiency, significantly extends the lifetime of a unit and reduces operating costs. In addition, routine maintenance will ensure that the unit qualifies for the full warranty of up to ten years rather than just the standard manufacturer’s one year warranty.
What kind of maintenance do you provide?
We provide a comprehensive maintenance service. While many air conditioning companies simply hover your filters and leave, we fully service both the indoor and outdoor units, making sure that they are operating within normal parameters and are running at their full capacity.
Why do air conditioners have a hose?
Air conditioners contain a refrigerant gas that needs to be quickly pumped round the system by a compressor (to achieve very low temperatures).
The internal compressor gets very hot in the process and this excess heat must be exhausted away. The usual method of exhausting away the hot air is with a hose that needs to go out a window or a door to the outside.
Who have you installed air conditioning for?
We have installed air conditioners for most of the biggest and best-known companies in the Australia. Check out our Brands We Carry to see just some of the companies we’ve worked with. When you choose the Air Conditioning Company, you are assured the highest quality at the keenest of prices.
Can I Use a Portable Air Conditioner in a Room Without a Window or External Door?
Most home/office portable air conditioners require a 5-inch (12cm) in diameter flexible hose to exhaust the hot air from the room. In most cases, this hot air is also exhausted along with the excess humidity in the room, so this must be vented into the outside atmosphere (e.g. a window or external door).
There are a few exceptions to this rule, some dry exhaust air conditioners can be vented into a suspended (false) ceiling or into a spare room that you don’t mind getting hot. These units have built-in water tanks which allow the units to expel hot, dry air out the hose.