Standard Single Storey Back To Back Split System Installation

Standard ‘back to back’ installation is a split system with two main components – a wall mounted indoor unit with an outdoor unit positioned directly below on a single storey dwelling.

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What you get in a standard installation:

  •  Compliance and Certification (Victorian Building Authority & Energy Safe Victoria, as required by Victorian Law, and ensures you receive 6 year installation warranty)
  • PVC Ducting to conceal the pipe work and electrical connections
  • Up to 20 metres* of internal roof cable run (switchboard must be checked to have sufficient electrical capacity and room for another circuit)
  • Weatherproof safety isolation switch mounted near outdoor unit
  • Up to 2.5 metres* of pipework between the head unit and the outdoor compressor unit
  • *Greater distances are at an additional cost

Standard Double Storey Split System Installation

A double storey installation is a split system with two main components – a wall mounted indoor unit that is mounted on the second storey of a dwelling and an outdoor unit mounted outside at ground level directly below the indoor unit. If mounting outside unit onto a wall, brackets are an additional cost.

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What you get in a standard installation:

  • Compliance and Certification (Victorian Building Authority & Energy Safe Victoria, as required by Victorian Law, and ensures you receive 6 year installation warranty)
  • Up to 5 metres* of PVC Ducting to conceal pipe work and electrical connections
  • Up to 20 metres* of internal roof cable run (switchboard must be checked to have sufficient electrical capacity and room for another circuit)
  • Weatherproof safety isolation switch mounted near outdoor unit
  • Up to 5 metres* of pipe work between the head unit and the outdoor compressor unit
  • Up to 8 metres* of electrical supply
  • *Greater distances are at an additional cost

     

 

Some Additional costs may apply:

  • Extra piping, where the distance between the indoor & outdoor units is longer than a standard installation
  • Wall Brackets if the unit is to be wall mounted
  • Roof Brackets and weather proof fixings if the unit is to be mounted on a roof
  • Additional Electrical work (e.g switchboard upgrades or where the distance between the units and the switchboard is further than a standard installation)
  • Additional charges for working at heights (above a standard two storey dwelling)
  • Lifting equipment such as cranes or specialised lifting devices