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Ducted Air Conditioning For Your Melbourne Home

Beyond Heating & Cooling are your ducted air conditioning experts in Melbourne. We work only with the brands that can supply the most effective heating and cooling options for the Melbourne climate.

The leading brands we work with include Braemar, Fujitsu, Mitsubishi and more.

When researching what air conditioning solution you will install into your home, please remember that new ducted air conditioning systems have become smaller, more efficient and quieter.

Many of the brands we work with have compact indoor unit designs that are now suitable for tight roof spaces

The outdoor unit is also compact, which makes the placement of the outdoor unit more flexible. So when you decide to get new air conditioning, it is a good idea to get the experts in. We are your local specialist air conditioning team and we will come and do an assessment at your home or new build.


  • Provides the perfect temperature to the entire home with just a single click of a button
  • Highly efficient and cost-effective
  • Switch air on and off to individual rooms with the option of zoning ~ saving you even more money on running costs
  • 24hr programmable timer (depending on controller)
  • Sleek and modern designs

Enjoy the hot Melbourne summers and adjust the temperature during the day so you can stay comfortable 24 hours a day, including while sleeping.
Are you looking for a highly experienced heating and cooling company to work with?

We pride ourselves on giving our customers the air conditioning solution that suits their home, lifestyle and budget.

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Different Types of Ducted Air Conditioning

Ducted air conditioning is a broad term, and it can be broken down into different air conditioning options. This is where an assessment of your home will give you the most accurate advice. Some homes are not suitable for ducted air conditioning or the different cooling options.

New Ducted systems allow greater flexibility with airflow. We install what will work best for your home, no matter how small your house is. Efficiency improvements have come a long way, including different settings like the night time, quiet mode.

These settings reduce noise levels during sleeping hours and resume normal operations in the morning. The flexibility of the modern ducted air conditioning systems enables you to maintain comfortable temperatures in your home whilst keeping your energy bills low.

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What is Ducted Air Conditioning?

A ducted air conditioning system cools and heats your entire home. The system consists of:

  • An indoor unit, installed in ceiling cavity or below the floor
  • An outdoor unit, roof-mounted, or in yard
  • Air ducts, connecting the indoor unit to air vents throughout the home
  • Room sensors

Ducted Air Conditioning Features And Fixtures

There are newer and more sleek and modern designs for air conditioners and you may not think that the newer Wifi options are that important – But they are!
Take into consideration of:

  • Air vents – wall or ceiling mounted.
  • Controllers – wall-mounted, either one central controller or multiple controllers for a large multi-zone home.
  • Sensors – multiple sensors to maintain the target temperature in each room/zone.
  • Zone control – allows you to set temperatures independently in different zones for maximum economy and convenience.

Is Ducted Air Conditioning Right For Me?
What we Needs to be Considered

When installing reverse cycle ducted air conditioning, there are a few things you need to consider.
There’s a big difference between installing this type of system in a new home and an existing home.
For an existing home, you need to be clear about the following things before getting quotes for installation:

  • Home layout: The layout of your home plays a significant role in determining the number of ducts and their placement. A professional installer will consider factors such as the size and shape of rooms, the location of the vents and the position of the unit to ensure optimal performance.
  • Windows and doors: The size, type and placement of your windows and doors can affect the heating and cooling requirements of your home. Rooms with large windows or glass doors may need additional heating or cooling to offset heat loss or gain.
  • Insulation: Adequate insulation is essential for maintaining a comfortable temperature inside your home. Good insulation can prevent heat loss in winter and heat gain in summer, reducing the workload on your heating and cooling system.
  • Ceiling space: The size and accessibility of your ceiling space can affect the installation process and the type of ducting used. An experienced installer will assess your ceiling space to determine the best approach for your specific needs.
  • Occupancy: The number of occupants in your home and their lifestyle can impact the heating and cooling requirements. Larger families or homes with pets may require additional cooling to maintain a comfortable temperature.
  • Outdoor noise restrictions: If you live in an area with noise restrictions, you may need to consider the noise levels of the outdoor unit. Your installer can recommend a suitable location and type of unit to meet any noise regulations in your area.
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The Cost Of Installation And Running Costs Of Ducted Air Conditioning

Each installation is unique, and so the price can vary. Obviously, the number and size of rooms, among other factors, affect the overall cost.

We will inspect your home before providing you with a detailed quote. We also have a variety of systems available for you to choose from and provide 12 months interest-free on all ducted systems.

How much does it cost to run?

The running costs for a reverse cycle ducted air conditioning system vary according to:

  • System type and size
  • Energy efficiency of the system
  • How long/often you use the system
  • Design of your home (layout, insulation, size and number of windows, etc.)
  • How much you pay for electricity
  • Thermostat temperature selected

Are you ready to enjoy the benefits of reverse cycle ducted air conditioning in your home? Contact Beyond Heating & Cooling today for a free quote.


Cool air is delivered from a central unit (usually installed on the roof) using a set of ducts to every room or corner of your home in a ducted air conditioner. The air circulation is generally zoned to control the airflow and temperature and turn off certain zones.

In recent years, technological advances in high-efficiency air conditioning systems have resulted in reverse cycle air conditioners having equal heating and cooling capacity. In contrast, gas heaters with Add-On cooling have a cooling capacity that is only about half the heating capacity. In general, there are pros and cons for each system.

Modern, fully ducted air conditioning and gas heating systems allow you to air condition the entire house or shut off areas that are not needed. This is done adequately through a series of zone motors strategically installed in the ductwork to help save on energy costs.

Depending on the type of unit, care and use, your duct air conditioner should last up to 20 years. After that time, parts become susceptible to aging, wear and tear, which affects their reliability.