Providing Ducted Air Conditioning on the Sunshine Coast

ALL Sunshine Coast & Hinterland, Maroochydore, Caloundra, Noosa Region, Montville, Maleny, Beerwah.


The Perfect Solution To Live In Comfort

It’s easy to see why so many home and business owners choose ducted air conditioning. It’s relatively quiet, unobtrusive and can be designed to accommodate your property’s architecture. Whether you are building a new property or want air conditioning for an existing one, our reliable team travel to properties throughout the Sunshine Coast.

Ducted AC can cool every room in your premises, and we can offer a variety of brands to match your budget & offer a tailored solution to best suit your space. You can use ducted systems to heat or cool an entire property or just zones within it. We can provide a modern, sleek design that will add value to your property.

To arrange a ducted air conditioning quote or service with our team, contact Excite Electrics today on 1300 414 177. Our services are available in Caloundra, Maroochydore and surrounds.

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Benefits of Ducted Air Conditioning

Ducted air conditioners are:

  1. Typically more energy-efficient than other types of air conditioners, which can save you money on your power bills.
  2. Able to provide uniform cooling and heating throughout your home or office, rather than concentrated cooling in one area like window or split system air conditioners.
  3. Able to be controlled using a central controller with zoning, making it easy. to maintain a comfortable temperature in your home or office.
  4. Less likely to cause mould and mildew growth because the cool air is dryer, and keeps the humidity at a level that is comfortable. 

Get in touch today to discover more about how ducted air conditioning can provide you comfort all year round.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Check that the isolator is on
  2. Check the circuit breaker is on
  3. Check that the batteries in the remote work
  4. Make sure the timer is not already on
  1. Have you selected the correct setting on your remote? Make sure it’s on “cool” and not set to “off” or “heat”.
  2. Have you cleaned your filters? They may be blocked! Other possible causes: If your outdoor condenser unit does not kick in, there may be an electrical fault.
  3. Turn the isolator on and off (also known as a factory reset)