Air Conditioning Sizing

What size of air conditioner do I need?

A simple guide of square meterage to kilowatt size:

Split System Air Conditioning

ROOM AREA

AIR CONDITIONER SIZE IN KILOWATTS

12m²

2.0 kilowatts

16m²

2.5 kilowatts

24m²

3.5 kilowatts

35m²

5.0 kilowatts

40m²

6.0 kilowatts

50m²

7.5 kilowatts

60m²

8.5 kilowatts

70m²

10.0 kilowatts

Ducted Air Conditioning System

AREA

AIR CONDITIONER SIZE (KILOWATTS)

80m²

12 kilowatts

100m²

15 kilowatts

120m²

18 kilowatts

140m²

20 kilowatts

165m²

24 kilowatts

**PLEASE NOTE: This is a simple guide only - Many other considerations and technical requirements must be taken into account before the final selection of an air conditioning system is determined. 

Measure my room

How to measure your room:

  1. Make a simple drawing of your room. It doesn't have to be perfect or to scale, just a rough sketch will give you a rough idea of the space. ​
  2. Measure the rooms width (usually the shortest length), then the length of the room (longest wall). 
  3. These two measurements multiplied will give you the area of your room. Length x Width = Area. 

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As business owners Tracee and I understand the challenges of the day to day running of a business. We must compliment you and your crew in the way you conduct your business, from the moment we made contact, to the installation on the unit, all was seamless.
You showed up when you said you would for the quotation, you were prompt in getting a quote to us, Matt was extremely helpful and knowledgeable. The guys you sent to install were thoroughly professional and are more than worthy of the title of tradesmen.
I know two of the men are apprentices, as a tradesman myself I fully appreciate and understand what to look for in apprentices and I saw the makings of good tradesmen in those guys.
The unit is quieter than Matt said it would be, which was my only concern on the placement of the unit.
Well done to all involved and to you as business owners,

Many thanks , Paul and Tracee

Ps Your competition sucks, we have had the "its too hot to get in the ceiling at this time of the year" to non-return of phone calls, and we are too busy doing tenders spiel.

Paul and Tracee 20/03/2017