Introduction

The growing demand for air conditioners is undeniable and there is no stopping it. Based on statistics, it is estimated that the demand for air conditioners will triple in the next thirty years. As a matter of fact, it is projected that by year 2030 there will be more than 700 million air conditioners all over the world and by year 2050 an estimated 1.6 billion air conditioners would have already been installed. It has become apparent that more and more people are willing to invest in these cooling appliances all for the sake of comfort.

Different Kinds of Air Conditioning Systems

Shopping for an air conditioner is not as easy as it looks especially once you realise that there is a wide range of air conditioner types and brands to choose from. At All Cool Industries, we can provide you with all the information you need regarding air conditioners. You can approach any of our staff and they will be more than willing to help you decide what type of unit to get for your home or building. Learning about the different types of air conditioners is your first step in determining what type of cooling unit you’ll need.

Central Air Conditioning

Out of all the air conditioning systems in the market, central air conditioning is by far the most in demand and the most common of all. Central air conditioning systems are recommended for larger homes and buildings because of its capacity and efficiency to cool large areas. Central air conditioners are able to cool rooms through a network ofsupply and return ducts. The registers and supply ducts are located on floors or walls and theyare responsible for transporting cool air into the room.

The installation of central air conditioners requires careful planning. You have to make sure that you get the sizing right otherwise your energy bill will suffer even if you opt for an energy-saving air conditioner.

Ductless, Mini-Split Air Conditioning Unit

Just like your central air conditioning system, ductless, mini-split air conditioners also have an outdoor condenser as well as an indoor handling unit. This type of air conditioner is ideal if you want to cool certain rooms in your home. One thing you need to know about ductless, mini split cooling units is that each zone has its corresponding thermostat thereby giving you complete freedom to adjust the temperature of each room according to your desired coolness.

Window Type Air Conditioning Unit

If you are looking for an air conditioner that is compact and cools a single room then you should consider getting a window type air conditioning unit otherwise known as a unitary unit. As the name implies, a window type air conditioner is installed in one of the windows in your home. It is able to cool a room by releasing warm air out of the back of the unit and carrying cool air into it. This is not anideal air conditioner if you want to cool large spaces.

Portable Air Conditioning Unit

A portable air conditioner sucks up warm air from the room, cools it and sends the cool air back into the room. This type of air conditioning unit expels warm air outside via an exhaust hose that is mounted in a window. They function the same way as your window type air conditioners meaning they are built to cool only a single room. One of the main advantages of a portable air conditioning unit is that it is affordable, handy and you will have no problem with installation.

Hybrid Cooling Units

Hybrid cooling units are more or less the same with hybrid cars because it makes use of electricity and burning fossil fuel to operate. This unique cooling appliance intuitively opts to use either of the two energy sources to save energy and money.

Choosing An Air Conditioner Brand

With the number of top air conditioning brands competing against each other, it can be difficult to decide which brand to go for. Canstar Blue’s 2018 air conditioning reviews and ratings will help you figure out what brand of air conditioner is suitable to your specific needs based on overall satisfaction, reliability, value for money, ease of use, functionality and quietness.

Air Conditioning Installation

All Cool Industries is your one-stop shop for all your air conditioning needs. We not only supply all types of air conditioners that are suitable for both residential and commercial use but we also provide expert air conditioner installation services. We provide onsite installation quotes free of charge just to ensure that you get the right air conditioner that will cater to the size of your home or building. We supply top air conditioner brands like Panasonic and Daikin.

Installing air conditioners require skill and knowledge to get it right. If your air conditioners are installed incorrectly it will cause you problems in the long run, which is why at All Cool Industries, we have a professional team that has been taught and trained to install a wide range of air conditioner types to give you a smooth and hassle-free experience. We take pride in our reliable and friendly staff. You can ask them questions if you have any concerns about your unit. At Cool Industries supply and install split systems, ducted systems, multi-head split systems, VRV systems and cassette units.

Questions You Need To Ask Before Installation

Before you hire professional air conditioning companies to install your cooling unit, there are a few questions you need to ask to ensure that you get the right unit for your home or building.

Question 1: What type of home structure do you have?

Installing air conditioners is not as easy as it seems, which is why it is recommended that you hire professional air conditioner experts to install your unit because they know how to strategically position your unit without breaking any rules and ensuring that you meet the local council noise regulations. For instance, if you live in an apartment with a balcony, it is important that you install your unit a number of metres away from the next door’s windows and you also need to ensure that your air conditioner doesn’t make any noise that could cause a disturbance to your neighbours.

Question 2: What type of air conditioner is best for my home?

Having a specific air conditioning brand in mind is not enough to guarantee that you will achieve the cooling comfort you wish to have.  There are a number of factors that you need to consider including the size and the type of air conditioning unit you are going to get. If you have zero knowledge about air conditioning systems, your best option is to ask professional air conditioning servicing companies that offer air conditioning installation. They will inspect your home to determine what type of air conditioner you need. You must factor in your budget, the size of your unit as well as the size and structure of your home.

Question: Which air conditioning manufacturer should I go for?

This is the challenging part because if you look at the air conditioning industry, you will find that there is a lot of amazing air conditioning brands and each offers unique features. Knowing what brand to get would rely on your own research and investigation. You see, every person has his or her own preference. Therefore, it is important that you know what you want so that the moment you read a review about a particular brand you can instantly tell if it’s the unit you are looking for since it fits your standards. Reading product reviews will really help you a great deal when deciding what brand to get.

Air Conditioning Noise Laws

If the noise that’s coming from your air conditioning system goes beyond the following levels when being measured at your neighbour’s grounds, the operator or owner of the air conditioner will be fined on the spot.


As an air conditioner owner, please be guided by the allowable air conditioning noise levels.

Time Day Noise limit
7am to 10pm Every day Noise no louder than five decibels (A) above background noise
10pm to 7am Every day No more than three decibels (A) above background noise

Equipment or activities that are operating within the appropriate noise levels may still be considered a nuisance when evaluated against certain noise standards. In this particular situation, the operator may be given a Direct Notice.

However, there are exemptions. If and when a development condition is not consistent with the noise level indicated in the Environmental Protection Act 1994, the company or the person must fulfill the development condition. In such cases, you will have no choice but to follow the requirements enforced by the development condition and the noise levels shown in the table above. The noise limits are not applicable if the City Council has approved the use of such equipment or has agreed to such activities under a local law and conditions.

How can you minimise the noise?

You can reduce the noise caused by air conditioning systems by limiting the hours of use, opting for a quieter air conditioning model, ensuring that the location of your air conditioner is far away from sensitive areas of your neighbour’s home like their bedroom, submitting your air conditioning system for regular servicing because the lack of maintenance often result to a loud noise, putting up a barrier or a fence or establishing an acoustic closure.

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Air Conditioning Repairs

At All Cool Industries, we have team of veteran technicians who are skilled and trained to repair all types of air conditioning systems including ducted systems, cassette units, chillers, multi-head systems and split systems regardless if it’s for commercial or residential use.

Common Air Conditioner Problems

What causes your air conditioner to break down? There are a lot of reasons why air conditioners die prematurely. It could be because of poor installation or insufficient maintenance. When your air conditioners are not installed correctly it can lead to low airflow and leaking ducts. Here are other possible causes of air conditioner failure.

  • Refrigerant Leaks


If your air conditioning system was undercharged during installation or if it has leaks then you can be certain that you have a low refrigerant air conditioner. If the cause of the problem is a leak, you can’t solve it by simply adding refrigerant. You will need a professional technician to fix the leak, repair it and carefully charge the system with the amount of refrigerant. Keep in mind that in order for your air conditioner to function efficiently, its refrigerant charge must be compatible with the manufacturer’s specification otherwise it wouldn’t be able to cool your home or building and worse, refrigerant leaks are bad for our planet.

  • Poor Maintenance

Over time, dust and dirt will build up in your air conditioner’s interior. When dust particles have enveloped your air conditioning coils and filters, you can expect your fans or compressor to breakdown prematurely. Furthermore, don’t expect your air conditioner to sufficiently cool your home because dust particles will impede airflow.

  • Electric Control Failure

All electric appliances are subject to wear and tear and air conditioners are not exempted. Your fan controls and compressors can wear down, which is why it is important to have your air conditioner serviced regularly so that your technician can detect any potential problems before they become worse.

Ideally, we recommend that you have your air conditioners serviced at least once or twice a year. When you stick to a regular air conditioning servicing schedule, what you are actually doing is improving the air quality in your home, lengthening the lifespan of your cooling unit and catching problems before they get worse.

At All Cool, we provide the following services:

  1. Clean dirty filters
  2. Inspection of pulleys and belts when needed
  3. Inspection of drain and clears it out if needed
  4. Checking of your air conditioner’s gas charge
  5. Examine all mode operations
  6. Check the temperature
  7. Thoroughly clean condenser coils
  8. Check all electrical wirings
  9. Comprehensive clean of the entire air conditioning system