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Heating and Cooling: An Essential Business

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During these tough times many Australians find themselves confused over what an “essential” business actually is, and are unsure as to who they can and cannot contact. Rapid Cold would like to confirm that an essential business is defined under the Building Regulations 1994 and includes Air Conditioning Systems, Heating Units and Mechanical Ventilation. Therefore, […]

Rapid Cold AC’s Plan during COVID-19

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LAST UPDATED 07/07/2020 With COVID-19 impacting everyday life we have created a company plan to protect our staff, customers, and both their families. WE ARE AN ESSENTIAL BUSINESS During COVID-19, Australians find themselves confused over what an “essential” business is and are unsure as to who they can and cannot contact. The weather in Melbourne […]

Staying Healthy Indoors and Improving Your Indoor Air Quality

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How healthy is your home? Health and well being are increasingly hot topics in Australia – but while there’s plenty of talk about diet and exercise, there is one aspect that’s often overlooked: indoor air quality and the health of our home environments. When you consider that we spend as much as 90% of our […]

Smart Style: Daikin’s US7 is the First 7 Star Split System

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Daikin US7 Daikin’s US7 is Australia’s First 7 Star Energy Efficient Reverse Cycle Split System This nifty little unit offers much more than your average split system. In fact, Daikin’s US7 is packed with top quality features enabling users to heat, cool, humidify, dehumidify, purify and ventilate air. This truly unique system is one of […]

Winter is Coming: Benefits of Reverse Cycle Heating Systems

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If you are looking to reduce your energy bills this winter – fitting a reverse cycle heating systems (heat pump) could be the answer to your heating needs. Compared to a gas heater you could be looking at huge annual savings to your energy bill, read here. Reverse cycle systems are an energy efficient method […]

How Effective is a Split System Heat Pump in Winter?

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If you need air conditioning in summer and heat in winter, a reverse cycle heat pump seems like a good idea. But, how effective is it compared to a heating only system? No to Gas Firstly, we should note that we are not considering gas heating. Gas is a fossil fuel and there is simply […]

Beat the Winter Chills: A Guide to Reverse Cycle Heating

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As Melbournians head into the colder months, thoughts turn to staying warm. What’s the best reverse cycle heating system for you? Rapid Cold Air Conditioning discusses the options, their pros and their cons. In this article we will be focusing on what are arguably the two most popular energy-efficient heating options. Reverse cycle split systems […]

What is a VRF System?

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A VRF system is a very sophisticated HVAC system that uses refrigerant as the cooling and heating medium. They are special systems that are gaining popularity and are considered as enhanced versions of multi split systems. They feature heating and cooling, as well as heat-recovery capabilities. But what does VRF system stand for? What is […]

How Good Is Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning

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When it comes to home air conditioning, reverse cycle has become the common choice for many Melbourne residents. This is a style of air conditioning system with both cooling and heating functions. Besides, winter is short in Melbourne. Thus, reverse cycle air conditioning can help save on heating and cooling costs. Also, it will keep […]

Benefits of Good Air Conditioning

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Good Air Conditioning is Literally a Life Saver An Australian study of heat-related deaths found that more than 1,000 Australians died from the heat in 2007, a figure which does not even fully capture the magnitude of the problem. Many more deaths have heat as a contributing factor but not the main cause. Keeping cool […]

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