ducted & Hydronic heating in Geelong & Ballarat. Gas log fires and fireplaces
Heating and Hot Water Systems in Geelong, Melbourne, Ballarat and Bacchus Marsh
Gas Log Fires
Gas log fire heaters are a popular heating option that combines the beauty of a traditional fireplace with the convenience and efficiency of gas. They provide a cozy and realistic flame effect, while generating instant warmth and offering precise temperature control for a comfortable ambiance in any space.
Hydronic heaters are a type of central heating system that uses hot water to distribute heat throughout your house. They operate by circulating heated water through a network of pipes, radiators, or underfloor heating systems, providing efficient and comfortable warmth with customizable temperature control.
Jarradale wood heater
Jarrahdale specialise in the manufacture and supply of quality freestanding and in-built wood heaters. They provide a cozy and rustic ambiance while efficiently producing warmth, making them a popular choice for heating homes and spaces with the natural beauty and renewable energy of wood.
reverse cycle Split systems
The Best of Both Worlds
The reverse cycle split system is versatile, clean, quiet, and economical. It’s an excellent, low-budget heating option for small homes and single rooms, such as living rooms or bedrooms. Split system wall units are easy to install, quiet, and unobtrusive to run. The indoor unit can be hung/attached to the wall, floor, or ceiling with refrigerant pipe work and electrical wiring connected to the outdoor unit. Reverse cycle split system units are a great way to get the benefits of heating a space without having to commit to a ducted system.
Why Reverse Cycle Split Systems?
Split system cooling units are fitted with 24-hour timers, so you can wake up toasty in the winter or cool on a summer morning. They offer crisp refrigerated air by immediately circulating cool air without creating condensation. The air is recycled to ensure that your ideal temperature is maintained. Unlike other systems, split systems are built to heat one room only, so you won’t unnecessarily spending money on heating rooms you’re not using.