New Airconditioning in Brisbane

If you are building a new home in Brisbane, then there is a strong likelihood that you will require some form of air conditioning. At DCSQ, we can help you through the process of designing and selecting the right type of air conditioning system for your new home. For new residential properties, the main choices for air conditioning are ducted systems, multi head systems and single split systems.

You can find more detailed information on these types of air conditioning on our residential air conditioning page. The vast majority of our customers who are building new homes choose ducted air conditioning. New ducted air conditioning systems are a popular choice because they cover all living and sleeping areas and are very neat solutions, with just one outdoor condensing unit.

Getting Cost Estimates for New Airconditioning:

When you have decided on the layout of your new house and have detailed floor plans, then you can email your plans to us and request an initial recommendation and cost estimate. If you have any specific requirements, for example any specific areas that must be zoned separately, then please make us aware of these requirements at an early stage. In addition,

if you are going to finance the new air conditioning through a Payment Plan option, then please advise us of this at an early stage. After we have received your emailed plans, we will then study them and email back an initial recommendation and quotation.

We recommend three main brands for ducted air conditioning, being Mitsubishi Electric, Fujitsu and Actron Air. Our experience has shown that these are both top quality brands. This initial “summary quotation” is subject to final customisation of the system and satisfactory site and frame inspection.

Getting Cost Estimates for New Airconditioning:

Should you choose DCSQ as your air conditioning contractor for your new home, then we ask that you complete and sign our Acceptance of Quotation Form, including standard terms and conditions, along with an initial deposit. At completion of the “rough-in” stage, we then ask for a 50% work in progress payment. The remaining balance is then due at the completion of our work, when we will issue you a full Tax Invoice.