AIR CONDITIONING

AIR CONDITIONING

Commercial Ducted Air Systems
and More in Southport

We’re very fortunate to enjoy hot summers here on the Gold Coast, but sometimes the sizzling sun can leave our properties feeling a tad humid, to say the least. However, with the proper air conditioning system behind it, your home or business will remain perfectly cool.

With various air conditioning systems to choose from, it can be hard to identify the right unit for you. Robertson Air Conditioning Gold Coast can match any domestic or commercial premises with the perfect cooling system, giving our customers total peace of mind.

Split-system air conditioning

Robertson Air Conditioning specialises in some of the most popular air conditioning systems available, including split systems consisting of both an indoor and outdoor unit. The indoor unit mounts to the floor, wall or ceiling of a room while the outdoor unit mounts on or near the wall attached to the same room.  
If you need to cool multiple rooms, we recommend installing a multi-split system that allows you to connect several indoor units to a single outdoor unit.
Split-system air conditioning units are ideal when you need one room or area targeted, and the benefits include:
  • Energy efficiency
  • Compactness
  • Flexible installation

Call our friendly technicians today for a free quote on high-performance air conditioning units.

07 5597 7600

Ducted air conditioning systems

Many of our Gold Coast customers require air conditioning systems that cool an entire building. While split systems work well for a few rooms, ducted air conditioning systems are the best choice for keeping your whole house cool.
If you’re still unsure as to which air conditioning system is best suited to your property, the Robertson’s Air Conditioning team is always available to chat.
Rather than using two separate units, ducted air conditioning systems rely on a single packaged unit that distributes air via multiple ducts. These systems have many advantages, such as:
  • Ease of control
  • Even air distribution
  • Extended range
  • Reduced noise
  • Cheaper installation than split systems
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