Faq


What is Ducted Air Conditioning?
What does Reverse Cycle mean?
What does Inverter mean?
What is a Split System?
What is a Multi Split System?
What is Zoning?
What warranty do you offer for your residential installations?
What are your service call rates?
What areas do you cover?
Do you use your own employees or contractors?
Where are you located?
Do you have a showroom?
How can I organise a quotation?
Are your quotations “free and no obligation”?
How do I clean my air filter?

What is Ducted Air Conditioning?

Ducted systems are designed to centrally heat and cool a large number of rooms or an entire home. They can be suitable if you have an open-plan house, and/or prefer heating and cooling in all or most rooms of your house simultaneously. Ducted systems consist of:

› the heat pump itself, located outside or in the roof space

› ducting, usually installed above the ceiling to distribute the conditioned air throughout the home

› vents, attached to the ceiling or walls (or sometimes the floor), directing the conditioned air into each room

› a return air vent (grille), to recirculate air back to the system for reheating.

What does Reverse Cycle mean?

Reverse cycle air conditioning is the most energy efficient method of heating or cooling your home. It means that the air conditioning system can cool in summer and heat in winter.

What does Inverter mean?

An air conditioner bearing the inverter tag uses a variable-frequency drive to control the speed of the motor and thus the compressor.

What is a Split System?

Split systems are permanently mounted systems with the compressor unit located externally and a separate condenser inside the home. These are joined together by piping, which carries the refrigerant. The remote location of the compressor makes these units significantly quieter than window/wall models. The internal unit of a split system is most commonly installed on a wall. However, units which can be located at floor level (which gives optimum heating performance), on the ceiling surface, or in the ceiling as a cassette are also available. Wall units must generally be installed on an external wall to provide adequate draining of condensate.

What is a Multi Split System?

Multi-split systems are split systems with more than one internal unit connected to an external compressor. Systems with between two to seven internal units are available, and are able to heat multiple rooms independently.

What is Zoning?

Zoning means dividing the house into separately controlled areas.  Each Zone can be switched on or off as the need arises, e.g. Day Zone (Living Areas) and Night Zone (Bedrooms). 

What warranty do you offer for your residential installations?

We offer a comprehensive “Five Year Warranty” covering not only the manufacturer’s warranty on parts* but also workshop and on-site labour.  We maintain and service your system from the time of installation throughout the life of the equipment; to that end we advise you when the annual maintenance is due. 

* Excludes disposable items such as filters, fuses, etc.

What are your service call rates?

Endeavour Air Conditioning’s current service rates are $99 callout fee and $99 per hour.  These rates are subject to change.

What areas do you cover?

Endeavour Air Conditioning Service the Sydney Metropolitan Area.

Where are you located?

We are located in Mortdale which is in the southern suburbs of Sydney.

How can I organise a quotation?

You can contact us through phone, email, via our website or come in and see our sales team to discuss your air conditioning requirements.

Are your quotations “free and no obligation”?

Yes, our quotations are free no obligation.

How do I clean my air filter?

Remove the filter from the unit and you can clean it under running water. Wait for the filter to dry and replace back in the system. This should be done twice a year.