STAGE 25

Air conditioners

There are 4 split reverse cycle air cons upstairs.......1 downstairs......(cost around about $900 each)....the downstairs piping and wiring should already be in place ( for the downstairs lounge air con)....which goes to the outside south wall, through the floor, across the main bedroom......and the top ones will need to go though the ceilngs.....you should have already....a trap door into the upstairs ceilings to install your upstairs air-cons through the ceilings and down the outside walls to the outdoor condenser units..........when working in the ceilings, slip 2 or 3 planks up there first, to walk on .....makes it easier...leave them up there if you have plenty....for future use

when installing the copper lines and cables, you may need an extension........this should be provided by your retailer if you ask for it

the consensed water line is just for geting rid of condensation that will build up in your unit.....it should drain freely to the ground outside

I tended to sit the outdoor units on the ground.....usually on a concrete pad 

You will have to get the electrician to do the final hook up at the meter box

Check this great video out first

Here are the outdooor units to give you an idea....i would tend to outside render before you installed them, if i were you.....easier......

we just wanted to move in to our house with air-conditioning thats all (before it was finished...ha!)

downstairs lounge (far one) main bedroom (near one)

upstairs lounge

upstairs

sunroom

Air- conditioners.....you may need stronger breakers on your switch board... see your lekky

downstairs lounge

copper piping, power source, aircon electrics....through upstairs floor.....eventually moved along in cornice

upstairs bedroom air con....sorry.... photo off video .........middle of the wall

upstairs lounge

sunroom

kitchen...unfinished air-con

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