Temperzone Air Conditioning Installers
Temperzonebranded air conditioners are designed and manufactured in Australasia, for Australasian conditions. They are renowned for being highly efficient, durable and reliable.
The company has its own comprehensive Research and Development facility for designing and testing new products in accordance with international standards. More than 25 graduate engineers are employed throughout the group to support the on-going programme for development, improvement, and customisation of temperzone equipment to meet evolving customer needs. Many staff have over 20 years experience in the air conditioning industry.
An AS/NZS IS0 9001:2015 certified quality management system is used to ensure product supplied is of consistent and reliable quality
Temperzon Air Conditioning Range
Temperzone has a product solution to suit most people’s needs, and if you can’t find a suitable standard product here, we can customise an existing design or come up with a new one.
A responsive and adaptive solution, Temperzone’s ECO Air Cooled system can adjust its own cooling or heating capacity in accordance with changing loads.
Ducted split systems are unobtrusive, quiet, and designed to provide year round comfort – warming in Winter and cooling in Summer. temperzone’s wide product range offers a unit of performance capacity to suit small to large split system air conditioner applications, e.g. homes, apartments, offices, shops, restaurants, motels, hotels, open plan
office and work spaces, supermarkets, shopping malls and auditoriums.
Why Choose Temperzone?
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Frequently Asked Questions
Surprisingly you should never need to have your split system or ducted air conditioner re-gassed. When your system is installed correctly and all the required checks are completed, the chances of your air conditioner leaking gas is very minimal. Re-gassing can be done but there are mandatory procedures to follow to make sure there is no leak in the system.
Our experience tells us that generally air conditioner leaks are due to inadequate installation practices. If the system is installed to industry standards, the average lifespan of a home air conditioner is anywhere from 10-15 years, depending on the year and the environment it is in.