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Whether it’s a ducted, wall­mounted or floor-stand­ing unit, re­verse-cy­cle air­con­di­tion­ing is a pop­u­lar choice for many fam­ily homes. Ducted sys­tems can heat or cool a whole home at once, which is ideal if in­di­vid­ual fam­ily mem­bers are in dif­fer­ent rooms through­out the day.

Mitsubishi Heavy In­dus­tries air­con­di­tion­ers Aus­tralia na­tional sales and plan­ning man­ager Adrian Brown says re­verse-cy­cle air­con­di­tion­ers are also suited to empty nesters, cou­ples and se­niors.

“Re­verse-cy­cle heat­ing is eco­nom­i­cal to run as they are over 300 per cent ef­fi­cient — this means one unit of en­ergy in (elec­tric­ity) gets more than three units of en­ergy out (heat or cool),” he says.

Great for large rooms, air­flow from the new Mitsubishi Heavy In­dus­tries Bronte mod­els reaches up to 18 me­tres.

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