Jun 14, 2020 6:44 pm
we have a 3br house and the rooms/living already have split systems installed we are adding 2new beds and new living as extension
should we just get 3 new splits installed or go with a small ducted system for the new area?
which will be economical ?
don't really want to have ducted in whole house as the existing splits work just fine.
Re: House extension ducted or multiple splits4
Jun 14, 2020 7:22 pm
Multi head split is not requiring any ducts, just a couple of copper pipes from outdoor units to the the heads
thanks. can the pipes run through roof cavity if the rooms and living are run of same multi head outdoor unit ?
Sign in or Join to reply to this Topic
faykisCost of house extension (ground floor only) in greater sydneCost of house extension (ground floor only) in greater sydne
Hi guys we have a 3 year old double storey house in sydney. We now want to 1. Either convert the alfresco (has main slap and main roof) into a room, or add an alfresco and…
SejaeDWaffle pod with H class soil and multiple large treesWaffle pod with H class soil and multiple large trees
I just sent you the details of my structural engineer who also happens to know a ton about trees. We work mainly on the North Shore in Sydney which is notorious for its…
Phil of SydneyPool fills with dirty after heavy rain over multiple daysPool fills with dirty after heavy rain over multiple days
A lecturer described water a lazy as it takes the easiest path downhill. If the slope is very steep then the water will move quickly downhill. Can you do something to…
oklouiseExtension in Essendon: help please 🙏🏻Extension in Essendon: help please 🙏🏻
a builder and draftsperson will need to know what you want to do and it can be helpful to post a plan of the existing house and a plan of the block of land showing the…
oklouiseSuggestions on an extension.Suggestions on an extension.
some of your dimensions are inconsistent and i don't think your new bathrooms fits the available space allowing for wall thicknesses and i've suggested an alterative with…