Sunshine Coast Air Conditioning

Domestic Air Con Solutions Noosa > Twin Waters

For all domestic air-conditioning enquiries between Noosa and Twin Waters, talk to Paul Matters Electrical today. We support and sell a wide range of air-con brands, via our extensive team of qualified Refrigeration Engineers and Electricians. 100% mobile and with a full range of test and installation equipment, we are making aircon repair and installation easy for our Sunshine Coast customers!

Talk to Paul Matters For:

  • Warranty repairs
  • Non-warranty repairs
  • Design
  • Sales
  • Installation

We specialise in the installation of split systems, ducted, and multihead units.

Let’s Discuss Your Air-Con!

Paul Matters Electrical is a one-stop shop helping you with all of your domestic air conditioning requirements. Simply call us on 07 5449 7133 to discuss your aircon purchase, installation, or repair. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

Ph: 07 5449 7133
Email: service@paulmatterselectrical.com.au

Major Air-Con Brands that we support:

  • Fujitsu General
  • LG
  • Panasonic
  • Daikin
  • Samsung
  • Kelvinator
  • Mitsubishi Electric
  • Seeley
  • Braemar
  • Hitachi
  • Akai
  • Sterling
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
  • Gree

Different Types of Aircon

With over 40 years experience on the Sunshine Coast, Paul Matters Electrical offers solutions that work. We routinely work on a wide variety of new and existing air conditioning systems. Here’s a word on some popular types of air-con:

Split System Air Conditioning

Split system air conditioning units service one room per unit. They’re called split systems because they are comprised of two parts – the outdoor unit and the indoor unit.

Multihead Unit Air Conditioning

A multihead split unit is a split system designed to service multiple rooms. It’s the same principle as a split system, except there are more indoor units which are connected in the same way.

Ducted Air Conditioning

Ducted air-con utilises a central unit to promote air to rooms via discreet, hidden ducts in the walls.