Which room is the best place to install the RCAC?
The room which is hottest or coldest and used the most (i.e. if no one spends much time in your back hall, you probably don’t need it air conditioned)
I have a fire place, should I seal the wall air vents in this room?
If you are not using the fireplace then you can seal off the wall air vents. However, if you do use your fireplace, DO NOT seal the wall air vents in the room as they help with ventilation in the event that smoke escapes the fireplaces and enters the ...
How quickly will the RCAC cool or heat a room to a comfortable temperature? (standard size family room)
This can depend on the size of the space you are heating or cooling, whether your house is open plan and how hot or cold your room is to start with. It can take as little as 5 minutes to heat/cool a room with a door.
Can I move my RCAC from one room to another?
This depends on the type you have this is possible for portable systems but not for a single-split, multi-split or ducted system. Instead, you could consider a heat transfer duct, providing the RCAC has enough capacity to air condition the extra ...
How much could I save by switching from evaporative cooling to RCAC?
• This question is unclear about what is being compared. If we are comparing a ducted evaporative cooler with a single space RCAC, SV figures will see the RCAC cheaper to run than a ducted evaporative cooler. Otherwise a ducted evaporative cooler is ...
Which type of insulation is the best and what is the difference between the types?
When insulating your home, you can choose from many types of insulation. To choose the best type of insulation, you should first determine the following: • Where you want or need to install/add insulation • The recommended R-values for areas you want ...