Home Air Conditioning

Chilled Heat are air conditioning specialists! you name it, we can repair it. We have the knowledge and ability to swiftly resolve complex issues so you can enjoy the comforts of home again. All air conditioners display faults in different ways, some flash lights, some show an error code and some simply shut down. It’s important you seek the services of professionals like the Chilled Heat Team to correctly diagnose the fault and source of the problem. COMMON FAULTS

  • Gas Leaks: Air Conditioners do not run out of gas, any loss is a result from a leak in the system. A problem we find with systems under 5 years old is gas leaks from the flares. This is an installers error and should be covered however, if they do not have a Refrigerant Handling Licence (RHL), they cannot fix this for you.
    How can we help? We are licenced to handle refrigerant! our installers warranty is 5 years, any leaks from the flares in that time we’ll fix it for free. That’s a Chilled Heat 100% guarantee.
  • Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs): In the Fraser Coast and Wide Bay region boards blown from geckos is very common. PCBs are responsible for the control of the whole system – like a brain!. Some air conditioners have multiple boards and all need to be working together to operate correctly.
    How can we help? we offer PC Board Protection Spray! it’s a very effective protective coating sprayed onto the boards to protect against geckos, rats, cockroaches, ants etc. Boards blown by vermin are not covered under manufacturers warranty and generally not covered under Contents Insurance (check your policy).
  • Water Leaks: Most people find their air conditioners leaking water when switched on in Summer, this is normally due to a blocked drain caused by the build up of dust from the coil, filters and fan barrel.
    How can we help? Book a Service Maintenance Clean! take advantage of our Winter discounts and book it in the cooler months to avoid disappointment when you need air conditioning the most.

Book a repair online


Book a FREE in home consultation with the professionals at Chilled Heat to discuss your air conditioning options. With over 40+ years experience in the air conditioning industry, you can trust Chilled Heat to provide the best advice so you can make an informed decision. Our team of installers deliver quality workmanship and a professional finish on all air conditioning installations. Keeping you cool, when we leave.

We offer Zip Pay and Zip Money 6 Months Interest Free! check your eligibility here.

Wall Mounted Split Systems:

Hi-Wall Split System Air Conditioners range in capacity from 2.0kW to 9.5kW, available as reverse cycle or cooling only.


Service Maintenance

Ceiling Cassettes:

Ceiling Cassette Systems are installed inside the ceiling space, leaving only the grill or fascia plate visible. Ranging in capacity from 5.0kW to 14.0kW, they are best suited in large, open plan living areas. Ceiling Cassettes are able to disperse air in up to four different directions at once, providing a more even temperature at a faster rate.

Air Conditioning Installation

Multi-Head Split Systems:

A Multi-Head Split System consists of multiple indoor units all connected to one outdoor unit. A combination of indoor unit types and capacities can be used. This type of system can be used when there is limited outdoor space for outdoor units.


Air Conditioning Installation

Ducted Systems:

Ducted Air Conditioning can be installed into virtually any home, provided there is sufficient ceiling space. The indoor unit is installed into the ceiling and has flexible ducting that branch off and connect to ceiling vents located throughout the house. Chilled Heat have a wealth of knowledge and experience installing Ducted Systems and will work with you to ensure you have the right system for your home that is economical, and efficient as possible.

Air Conditioning Service Maintenance

Check out our Preventative Maintenance page to see what type of service maintenance clean suits you best and to book a service online!
Home Air Conditioning

How much does it cost to install air conditioning?

The cost of air conditioning installation can vary. Any air conditioning installation must begin with a system design, which details the best location for the system as well as electrical requirements.  A design plan will also detail the size and capacity requirement of the air conditioning system.  This will vary according to the size and layout of your home, office or building.  A quick area size calculation might not be the best indication of unit size required as interior walls might impede the flow of cooled or heated air, meaning a bigger unit or occasionally a second aircon installation might be recommended.   You also need to decide whether you want a unit which just cools or both heats and cools.  Air conditioning installation services are required to install and connect your split system air conditioners. Not only the choice of brand and model will also impact the cost, it can also depend on the time of year.  If you try to purchase an air conditioning system at the height of a heat wave, when everybody else is wanting one, then you will pay a premium price for the system.  Buy off season and you will likely find some good deals.  


What size air conditioner do I need?

The size of air conditioner you will need is dictated generally by the size of the room you are trying to cool or heat.  Aircon installation starts with a design plan which looks at all factors including size, shape and the orientation of the room.  A very rough estimate of the size of the air conditioning system is 0.15 kilowatts per square metre of room you want to air condition.   Some very small rooms can be cooled with portable or window systems.  Moreover, a split system is usually your best choice.  Generally, a small room of 10-20m2 will require a 2.8kw system.  A medium sized room of between 20m2 and 40m2 will require a 4.2kw air conditioning system.  A large room of between 40m2  and 60m2 will require a  5.6kw split system air conditioner installation.  When choosing an air conditioner installer, it is best to choose a qualified installer who is also available to do regular servicing and also provide an aircon repair service.


What should I look for when buying an air conditioner?

The first thing you need to consider is the type of air conditioning you require. Some people with a small room try to use portable air conditioners.  The problem is these are bulky and not very efficient when it comes to electricity usage.  Another option for a small room is a window aircon installation, but these block out a substantial amount of light as small rooms usually have one window.  The most common and usually the most efficient aircon unit is a split system air conditioning unit.  Another fact to consider when looking to buy an aircon unit is the actual size of the unit you will need.  Here aircon services can help you, they can design the most efficient system size for your home.  They will advise the perfect KW size system for the area you are cooling or heating. 


Call Now ButtonCALL NOW