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COOLING Your cooling system is a long term investment so it is important to consider your current needs, as well as your future ones. Think about how many rooms you want to cool at any given time. A small upgrade now can significantly increase your future comfort and dramatically reduce your energy bills. You have the option of evaporative cooling or refrigerated cooling, with both options having different configurations and budget options to suit varying lifestyle situations. Ducted evaporative cooling comprises a central cooling unit, which is connected to a series of outlets. Positioned strategically throughout the house, these outlets, or ducts, are installed in the ceiling while the cooling unit is installed on top of the roof. Cool fresh air flows through these outlets into every room of your home that you want cooled. Refrigerated cooling gives you total climate control in your home all year round using an air conditioning unit as well as Brivis ducted heater to give you both heating and cooling through the same ducts. By installing Brivis integrated climate equipment (ICE Series), both heating and cooling can operate via the Networker or Programmable wall control. And due to the Networker being completely programmable, you have the ability to set and forget. Zoned climate control gives you the ability to cool only the rooms you desire, all from a single Brivis Networker Controller. Switching off unused zones not only helps reach your set temperature faster, but will also help you achieve further savings on your energy bills.


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