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Home air-conditioning can make any Atherton home a comfortable space to live in, regardless of what they weather is like outside. ...
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Airfirst Pty Ltd

First for service!

Servicing Atherton, QLD
29.8 km away
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First for service!

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McMahons Electrical–Betta Home Living

A Betta Way To Live

23 Mabel St Atherton QLD 4883
0.5 km away
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A Betta Way To Live

Tableland Solar

Servicing Atherton, QLD
24.3 km away
4.5
2 Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews

Keith Graham Air Conditioning

Atherton QLD 4883

YES–Your Electrical Specialist

Atherton QLD 4883
5.0
3 Reviews
5.0
3 Reviews

Mike's Refrigeration & Air-conditioning

39 Herberton Rd Atherton QLD 4883
0.5 km away

Jackson & Jackson Refrigeration Pty Ltd

Servicing Atherton, QLD
9.2 km away
5.0
1 Review
5.0
1 Review
Featured reviews for air conditioning in Atherton.
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Solar electricity

Great service, prompt, reliable, honest, good work without excuses and delays. I highly recommend this company to anyone seeking a solar installation.

left a review for YES – Your Electrical Specialist
Great Service

Wonderful service! Didn't even charge us be issue the air conditioner we got him to look at couldn't be fixed. Lovely guy and great service. Totally recommend him!

Air Conditionng.

Jackson & Jackson were awesome during the process of helping us choose the right Air Conditioner for the job, as well as the installation. They have gathered a wealth of knowledge and experience over the years, and have become experts in installations, and advice.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the different types of air conditioning units?

The three main types of air conditioners are split-system, multi-split and ducted. An air-con tech will help you choose the right one for your home.

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What type of air conditioner is good for high ceilings?

HVAC may be an option. Whatever system you choose, it will need a high output, and you may want ceiling fans to improve airflow.

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How long does it take to install an air conditioner?

Typically, a single air conditioner takes between 2 to 3 hours. A residential ducted system can take up to a day.

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Do I need to regas a residential air conditioner?

While car air conditioners need regassing, residential units shouldn’t need to unless there’s a leak. Cooling issues need a technician to inspect.