Heating and Cooling Solutions

Beyond Heating & Cooling has been recommending and all heating and cooling solutions for Melbourne
residents for many years.

We know what works!

At Beyond Heating & Cooling, we offer a range of 4-star to 6-star energy-efficient heating and cooling
systems. So whatever your heating or cooling needs are – we have the solution!

The most popular Heating And Cooling Option is a Reverse Cycle System!
What is a ‘reverse cycle’ system?

reverse cycle air conditioning system can ‘reverse’ this heat transfer cycle. So, it can heat/cool your entire house.

They transfer heat from one area to another.


When the system is programmed to ‘heat’,

The refrigerant gas is passed through an external coil that absorb any heat from the outside air. A compressor pumps this to the condenser. As the refrigerant gas is compressed, it heats up.

This warm air is pushed through the ducts.


When the system is programmed to “cool” the process is reversed, the unit will absorb heat from the air inside your home and pump it to the outside, leaving your home cooler.

The new era of reverse-cycle air conditioners can cool your home in temperatures as high as 46℃. So they will always be effective in a Melbourne Heatwave!

Modern Heating And Cooling Gives Temperature Control At Your Fingertips

With remote climate control, you can create the perfect climate in your home using a smart easy-to-use, touchscreen controller.

Smart Technology

The newer systems are all automated and with smart technology you can control the temperature of your home from an app on your phone

You can even turn it on as you are heading home.

What About Gas Heating?

We can install stand-alone heating options like Ducted Gas Heating.


  • Warms an entire home with just a single click of a button
  • Natural gas is cost effective compared to electricity
  • Options of zoning so you only heat what is needed
  • 24hr programmable timer (depending on controller)
  • Programmable timers

Is ducted gas heating the same as central heating?

Ducted gas heating is referred to by many names, including central heating, ducted heating, and central gas heating.

How Is It Set Up?

The Duct System – These connect the heating unit to the vents/outlets. These are usually hidden in the ceiling space or can be underfloor mounted.

Air vents/outlets – These are recessed into the ceiling or floor depending on the design and layout of your home.

Burners – Natural gas burners heat your home with fans pushing air past the hot burners and through the ducts into your home or office

Can My Ducted Gas Heating Also Cool?

Yes! This can be done by installing and an add on cooling system.

It is a refrigerated system and works in conjunction with heating.

In warmer weather, outside air is pushed into condensing units.

These are refrigerated and produces cool air that is blown from the same ducts.

You can warm and cool your home with same system of ducts.

You can enjoy the comfort and efficiency of gas-ducted heating while also having the luxury of a cooling system providing clean, filtered refrigerated air.

Energy Efficient Heating And Cooling

What can I do to ensure I prevent those dreaded high running costs of my heating and cooling system?
We do have other air conditioning solutions if a ducted system is not for you.
We can also install split systems which are ideal for smaller living areas.
Evaporative air conditioners are also an option that is suitable for the drier Melbourne summer heat.
Give us a call and we can tell you the options that will suit your home, lifestyle and budget!

Close doors and windows!

Direct sunlight is the enemy of air conditioning. If you have blinds or curtains – Close them.

It will make your air conditioner run too hard, too long, and your power bills will go out of control.

The same goes for heating!

Close all doors and windows.

Use draught stoppers on the bottom of your door.

Close blinds and curtains on your windows

Work the zones!

If you’ve got a zoned air conditioning or gas ducted heating system, the next step is to remember to turn off the zones that you’re not operating in.

But it’s also important to make sure we shut the doors that are leading to those zones that we’ve turned off.

By sealing off the rooms that are not entirely used by the air conditioning and with the door closed, will make a big power saving.

Are you ready to find out more about which heating and cooling option will suit your home or workplace?

Contact us today to Get A Free Quote Today!


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An air handler is generally a large metal box that contains a blower, heating or cooling elements, filter racks or chambers, silencers, and dampers. Air handlers are connected to a ductwork system that distributes the conditioned air throughout the building and returns it to the AHU. In some cases, such as a ductless mini or multi-split unit, the air handler does NOT require a duct system, hence the name “ductless”.

Yes, it can. Your thermostat will automatically switch between heating and cooling as needed to maintain scheduled temperatures or a temperature you manually select. This mode is helpful for climates that require both heating and cooling on the same day.

If you schedule a regular maintenance appointment with a qualified heating technician, they will test your system to ensure it is working optimally. However, there are also a few ways you can determine for yourself whether or not your system is working efficiently. Unusually high heating costs are one of the indicators that your system is not working efficiently. However, keep in mind that the insulation and sealing of your home, as well as the cleanliness of your filters, also play a role in heating costs.

If you have to turn up your heating system’s thermostat more often, your heating system may not be working very efficiently. So you should check the setting on your thermostat.

Most systems have 10 to 15 years, with gas furnaces lasting as long as 20 to 25 years. As your system gets older with time, its efficiency can drop dramatically. You may also notice that they become noisier and need more frequent repairs. Because of the harsh environment, if you reside near water bodies or the ocean, your system’s life expectancy may be dramatically reduced. If your system is above 10 years, you should check it for maintenance or replacement.