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Why book an air conditioning service through Airtasker?

If you've purchased a brand new AC but don't know the first thing about installing it, Airtasker has got you covered! Through our platform, you can quickly find nearby air conditioning installers who can fit your new appliance according to your needs and preferences. In no time, you'll have a fully functioning AC unit to keep you cold and comfy on warmer days!

Air conditioning fitters can walk you through the whole process–from pre-installation planning and finding the best spot for your unit to the actual installation. They usually know their way around all sorts of AC units, whether you have a classic window type unit or a ducted air conditioner, so you won't have to worry about anything else.

To get started with your AC installation service, simply put up a task and let us know when and where you need us. You can even set your ideal budget for the job, and you'll shortly receive offers from air conditioning installers near your area. Soon enough, you'll have your new appliance sorted without even having to lift a finger!

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Top Air Conditioning Installation related questions

Can I install my air conditioning myself?

Technically, you can. However, installing air conditioners still require strength, accurate measurement skills, and technical expertise. If you don't have the professional experience to do so, it's probably wiser and more practical to hire a verified AC installer instead. They can get the job done faster and also save you an incredible amount of time from trying to do it yourself.

Do I need to provide tools or equipment for my AC installation service?

If you already have the tools and equipment ready, then feel free to lend them to your installer. Otherwise, they can bring their toolkit for the service. Since the installation process will depend on the type of air conditioning system you have, you can coordinate with your installer beforehand to ensure the correct set of tools needed. Some of the supplies include tube working tools, manifolds, gauges, hoses, screwdrivers, and wrenches.

Do ducted air conditioners need servicing?

Yes, just like all other air conditioners, ducted air con systems can collect dust and dirt, so need regular cleaning. Brushing and vacuuming around the vents will help, but it’s a good idea to get the ducts professionally serviced yearly.

How long does it take to install my air conditioner?

The exact time frame of the installation service varies on the type of air conditioner. Split type ACs are significantly easier to install, so they should only take a few hours. Safely fitting your window aircon, however, might take longer, especially if you prefer to have your system mounted through the wall. As for duct type air conditioners, your installer might need more than a day to connect your ductwork and install them in multiple rooms.

I’m moving to a new apartment. Can a Tasker also help me reinstall my old air conditioning to my new place?

Definitely! Installers are familiar with installing all types of air cooling systems, be it a new or old unit. To make your moving experience as smooth as possible, you might want to consider getting someone who can help you remove and disassemble your old AC from your apartment. We can also help transport all your belongings to your new place, and reassemble them for you as well.

Do I still need insulation after installing an air conditioner?

It depends on your priority. While air conditioners are already capable of keeping your indoor air cooler, they can cause an inevitable spike in your electrical bills. If you want to minimise your energy consumption without sacrificing comfort, then you should consider insulating your walls, ceiling, or roof. Since they can marvellously block light and heat from entering, your room will remain cooler even without utilising your AC on full blast.

Apart from the AC installations, what other air conditioning services can I book through Airtasker?

Our platform connects you with qualified specialists who can assist you with any AC-related service. They can perform simple maintenance work like cleaning the vents, coils, and air filters. Once you notice an unusual noise or smell from your system, they can also help you diagnose the problem and fix them as needed.

What do air conditioning installation services include?

Air conditioning installation services cover the entire process of fitting your new air cooling system to your home, office, or commercial space. Whatever type of AC unit you have, expert installers can help you out. If needed, you can also find qualified electricians on our platform who can assist you with any wiring issue or connect your unit to a power source.

If it's your first time booking an aircon installation with us, here's what you can expect:. 

Window type AC installation

Window type air conditioners are probably one of the most common AC units you'll find in the market. If you have a window opening located near an outlet, it makes the ideal spot for this type of appliance. But in case you prefer to mount your AC through the wall, you can also reach out to an expert handyman who can drill and cut a hole on your wall to fit your aircon unit accordingly. Assuming that you already have the location ready, your installer can proceed with:

  • Installing the case or panels on both sides of the air conditioner
  • Lifting the AC and balancing them in place
  • Screwing the case or panels to the window sash if needed
  • Securing your appliance with L brackets
  • Sealing the gap between the wall or window frame and the AC unit

 If you need to install a functional curtain or blind to block the sunlight from your window, or solely cover your AC unit when not in use, we can also connect you with nearby curtain and blind fitters who can lend a hand.

Split system AC installation

Unlike window type units, split system air conditioners are more discreet and aesthetically unobtrusive. However, they fall on a lower cost range as compared to central AC units. While they look easy to install, they still involve some piping and cabling work that only experts can efficiently do. Split system installation includes the following:

  • Screwing the mounting plate onto the interior wall
  • Drilling holes to feed the pipe
  • Connecting pipes from the indoor to the outdoor unit
  • Mounting the indoor unit
  • Installing an outdoor condenser unit in a secured location
  • Levelling the ground where the outdoor unit will sit
  • Placing the outdoor unit
  • Connecting electrical wires from the indoor to the outdoor unit

Ducted air conditioning installation

When it comes to bigger houses or spaces, a ducted AC is usually the way to go. It comes with a central unit and a series of ducts that help distribute cold air across the entire room. Similar to a split type aircon, it also has an outdoor unit, only larger. Installing ducted air conditioning can be quite tricky, so it's best to leave the job to an expert installer. It typically involves:

  • Fitting the outdoor unit
  • Creating a hole in the ceiling for the vent and main ductwork
  • Connecting pipes and cables from indoor to outdoor unit
  • Cutting wall or ceiling holes in other rooms to accommodate the air vents
  • Mounting of the central control unit and thermostats