What is Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning?
Reverse cycle air conditioning is a type of heating and cooling system. It has two main parts; an indoor unit in the roof space and an outdoor unit. These units work together with refrigerant gas to produce cool or warm air. This air is then circulated through ductwork and vents to rooms within the home. In some cases, zoning can be provided for the ductwork which allows airflow to be adjusted for each room. Reverse cycle air conditioning is suitable for a variety of homes and climates making it a versatile heating and cooling solution.