Dual Heating & Air Conditioning Pty Ltd

Heating Appliances & Systems - Mitcham, VIC

Your Eastern Suburbs Cooling & Heating Experts Trusted For Over 30 Yrs

Mitcham VIC 3132

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  1. About Us

  2. Products and Services

  3. Additional Locations

  4. FAQs

About Us

AT A GLANCE
  • Expert advise
  • Quality workmanship
  • Reliable products
  • Free quotes
  • Complete range of duct and fittings in stock
Ducted heating, gas ducted heating kits & heating transfer kits.
Dual Heating & Air Conditioning P/L is your number one choice for sales and installation of ducted heating, refrigerated cooling and evaporative cooling, having installed into over 40,000 homes during their 30 years in business. Established in 1979, Dual Heating has built a reputation on quality workmanship and reliable products.

Testimonial

"I would like to thank you and your staff for providing an excellent,friendly service and a good installation job. I was also happy with the price quoted,and will most certainly let everyone know how happy I am with your service." Barry

Testimonial

"I am writing to express my delight in my new ducted heating & cooling systems which your company installed in my home last week. I would also like to take this opportunity to commend the men who installed it. Robert and Paul were on time, efficient, considerate(they always removed their boots) and friendly and always cleaned up after themselves. It was a pleasure having them in my home." Ruth

Testimonial

"Thank you so much for a wonderful result. I am absolutely delighted, and please pass on to both installers my appreciation for the manner in which they carried out their work. For a woman like myself on her own it means a great deal" Betty

Products and Services

Heater Type

Ceiling, Central, Coil, Combustion, Ducted, Evaporative, Floor, Panel, Portable, Reverse Cycle, Slab, Space, Split System, Wall Mounted

Energy Source

Electric, Gas, LPG, Wood

Brand

Bonaire, Braemar, Brivis, Carrier, Heritage, Lennox, Mitsubishi, Omega, Panasonic, Phoenix, Pyrox, Uniflex, Vulcan

Service

Maintenance

Product

Burners, Ducts, Heat Pumps

Concern

Allergy Free, Low Noise

Item

Chimneys, Pipes

Component

Thermostats

Place

Bathrooms, Ceiling, Floors, Greenhouse, Rooms

Property

Homes, Offices

Type

Commercial, Construction, Industrial, Residential

Trade

Plumbers

Service Option

DIY, Free Consultations

Payment Concern

Rentals

Assurance

Accredited, Australian Made, Energy Smart, Guaranteed, Licensed, Warranties

Ownership

Australian Owned, Family Operated, Family Owned

Hours of Operation

Open Monday - Friday

Additional Locations

Showing 50 locations in 1 states

FAQs

  • Are plants or shrubs able to be planted around an outdoor unit?

    Yes. However, make sure there is plenty of room around the outdoor air conditioning unit so air can freely flow in and out of it. Ensure that the plants are well maintained to ensure that branches and leaves do not get stuck inside the unit.

  • Are there filters that need to be changed in air conditioners?

    Yes, it is best to speak to one of our specialists at dual heating and air conditioning about what needs changing on your unit.

  • Is there any way of conserving energy whilst still operating the unit?

    You can, if you use it economically. If you close windows, doors, curtains and blinds, you can help your air conditioner cool a room more quickly. Air conditioners with inverters settings are economical in power consumption because they automatically adapt and maintain the temperature you require.

  • How often will the filters on my air conditioner need to be changed?

    You should inspect the air filters in your air conditioner twice a month to see if cleaning is necessary. Trapped particles such as dirt can build up and block the airflow. Most residential systems have disposable filters and these should be replaced occasionally. Permanent filters should be cleaned according to the instructions.

  • Do you give free quotations?

    Yes, dual heating gives free on-site quotations for fully installed systems. For ducted heating DIY kits, feel free to send or fax plans for a free design and quotation.

  • What is the average life expectancy for heating and cooling units?

    The average life expectancy of a refrigerative air conditioning system is approximately 10 years. When the air conditioner starts having more problems that are not cost-effective to fix, it may be time to replace it.

  • Can I leave doors and windows open while operating my refrigerative air conditioning unit?

    You can leave windows and doors open. However, it's not recommended if you're trying to heat or cool your home or single room. If you're trying to cool down a room, it's best to close curtains, blinds and windows during the hottest part of the day. This will keep your house cooler and prevent your air conditioner from having to work harder than it has to; ensuring long life.

  • Should outdoor refrigerative cooling units be covered during the winter months?

    Outdoor units are designed to withstand seasonal changes and for this reason they do not need to be covered. The heat pumps inside the unit operate all year round and if you cover them up, it may cause damage to the unit.

  • What is an inverter system?

    An inverter system lets your refrigerative air conditioner alter the speed of its motors in response to cooling demand. The result is a controllable and energy efficient system that is not only cheaper to run, but also uses less power supply.

  • What is the difference between a split system and a multi split system?

    A split system has an indoor and outdoor part that is connected together, whilst a multi split system has just the one outdoor part that is connected throughout the house through multiple indoor parts installed in each room. A split system cools the one room; a multi split system cools the whole house from one outdoor part.