Discussion in 'Renovation & Home Improvement' started by Leonard Wanaguru, 28th Jan, 2020.
How do I calculate the a/c unit output when purchasing a reverse cycle a/c.
Is there a formula?
But be careful.
The calculator linked above does not take into account high ceilings, cathedral ceilings etc.
FairAir.com.au - Size Calculator - The right advice means the right choice.
I'd add 25%+ to any calculation though
Incorrect - you will pay more for a unit which will do the same job as a smaller unit (more often than not).
Call a couple of quotes, get them to size the unit appropriately and make your judgement call. Run through the details with the contractor so you know what you are getting.
I recently installed several splits off two FCUs. Different contractors sized the equipment differently with similar outcomes (different brands)
Yeah, same to you buddy.
But not always
Did you do the job twice?
To be sure to be sure.
It was a PERFECT multiple FCU split system air conditioner installation
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