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Benefits of installing an AC system in your property

By | Air Conditioning

While it is obvious that air conditioning systems make your home more comfortable through cooling and heating, what many people don’t realise is that there are even more benefits to installing an AC system in your home.

From improving health and air quality to enhancing sleep, check out some of the best benefits of installing an AC system in your property.

 

Stay protected from the heat

Everyone knows that AC systems keep you cool and comfortable during the Summer, but did you know that they also protect you from some of the health risks that are associated with heat? High temperatures can cause several health issues such as heat exhaustion, dehydration, low blood pressure, fatigue, muscle cramps, nausea and fainting. With a quality AC system, you can ensure you stay safe in the warmer months of the year.

Keep fresh air flowing 

Air conditioning systems are designed to continually blow fresh cool air inside the house, simultaneously sucking all the contaminated air out. In fact, on average, every four hours, the entire air inside a room is completely replaced when the air conditioning system is kept on. This means that indoor air quality is always good. You can learn more about air quality here. 

Sleep better

Sleeping in cooler temperatures works to relax the heart rate and brings blood pressure to a normal level, so you get a good night sleep and wake up feeling fresh. By utilising an AC system throughout the day and into the evening, you know you will have the best sleep possible and waking up feeling ready to face the day.

Increase the value of your property

For many, taking on small DIY projects and renovations is a great way to increase the value of your home. But did you know that installing an updated AC system can have a similar effect? Having an updated, high-quality AC system can make a difference to what your home is worth and could even be a deal-maker for some home buyers.

Improve efficiency 

Ever wondered why offices are always so cool? It increases productivity in the workplace! With COVID-19 impacting people all over the world, many have been asked to work from home. Your AC system can tackle issues such as humidity, high temperatures and reduced circulation, giving you the best possible work environment while you are at home.

Contact HunterCon today!

HunterCON is a fully licensed electrical and air conditioning specialists located in Sydney’s Inner West, servicing the greater metropolitan area, including the Eastern Suburbs, Lower North Shore and South West. If you want to improve your indoor air quality and have any questions about air conditioning or would like to book a quote for repairs, installation or maintenance, contact HunterCON today. With over nine years of experience, we pride ourselves on providing air-con and electrical services of the highest quality.

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energy saving tips

How to save energy when using your AC system

By | Air Conditioning

A high-quality air conditioning unit is the perfect way to create a comfortable climate in your home. But, with the increased use of energy-consuming appliances, comes bigger bills.

energy saving tipsDid you know that there are several things that you can do to save money on your air conditioning bill? Check out some of our favourite tips and tricks below to help you save energy and money when using your AC.

 

Choose the right AC system

The first step to getting the best bang for your buck with your AC system is picking the right one! It is important to select a system that suits your needs and is not unnecessarily costly. You can check out our handy guide to selecting the right AC system here. 

Check the energy rating

Air conditioners vary when it comes to energy consumption, so make sure to do your research before purchasing. Aircon units are included in the Energy Rating System, which rates products from one to six depending on their energy efficiency.

Maintain your thermostat

It is always a good idea to learn how to use your thermostat properly and in a way which saves you money. It is far more energy-efficient, and therefore, economical to set the thermostat at a comfortable, mid-range temperature rather than pumping it up high as soon as you feel hot. Allowing the system to steadily decrease the temperature uses less energy and places less of a strain on your air conditioner system. As a result, you’ll end up with some extra dollars in your pocket.

Use a fan 

People often forget just how energy efficient fans are. Not only are they cheap to run, but they also produce the lowest greenhouse gas emissions out of all cooling products and reduce the temperature of a room by as much as three degrees. If you can handle the climate without the AC on, a fan is the way to go.

Look after the refrigerant 

The refrigerant in your air conditioner is important in allowing your AC system to run smoothly and effectively. If the refrigerant is not properly charged, it can damage the compressor and trigger an expensive repair. This can also increase your energy use as the system is not operating at optimum efficiency. If you notice that the vents are discharging room temperature air, even after the system has been running for at least fifteen minutes, you may need your refrigerant charging. If that doesn’t seem to be the problem with your unit, you may also need a top-up if the system has had a leak.

Clean the coils 

The condenser coils on the outside units can easily become clogged up with dirt, dust and other debris which make your AC unit work harder to pump out cool air, increasing energy consumption and making your bill extra pricey. It is well worth checking if there is any dirt or garden debris clogging up the coils to improve airflow and help the system operate more efficiently. If you find that the coils are clogged, be sure to clean them as soon as possible.

Clean and replace filters 

Similarly to the coils of an Ac unit, filters can become clogged with dirt and debris. While filtering these particles from the system is the primary function of this component, a dirty filter becomes almost useless and can force the system to work harder to maintain the temperature. Most manufacturers recommend that filters are changed every four to eight weeks. However, you may be able to extend the lifespan of your filters by cleaning them. Taking out the filter and removing any lint and other large debris as regularly as possible will not only increase the life of your filters but will also make your AC as energy-efficient as possible.

Contact HunterCon today!

If you follow these handy tips, you’ll be sure to save money on your electricity bills and feel comfortable in your home all year long. If you have any questions about getting the most out of your air conditioner or are looking for a quote for electrical installations, repairs, or general maintenance, please do not hesitate to get in touch with HunterCON today. With over nine years of experience under our belt, we pride ourselves on providing air-con and electrical services of the highest quality. Get in touch with us today.

Are you interested in learning more about air conditioning and electrical at HunterCON? Check out some of our other great blog posts: 

How to improve the air quality of your home 

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How can an updated AC system add value to your home? 

Understanding Your Air Conditioner

7 obvious signs that your AC system needs servicing

By | Air Conditioning

When running smoothly, air conditioning systems keep your home as comfortable as can be, providing heat in the cold months and active cooling during the summer. However, what are the signs that your AC might not be in tip-top condition?

Understanding Your Air ConditionerWhat are the signs of a poor-performing AC system that requires servicing? Check out our handy guide below.

 

Is warm air coming from the vents? 

If you feel warm air blowing out of your home’s vents, you should check the thermostat. Make sure it’s switched to cooling mode and set it lower than your home’s current temperature. If your vents still blow warm air, restricted airflow or a compressor issue might be the cause.

Does your AC system have insufficient airflow? 

Poor airflow is a common sign that your air conditioner isn’t working efficiently or that a blockage is preventing air from moving through your home’s ductwork. While you may just require simple servicing, your air conditioner may also benefit from zoning systems. They can ensure that you’re getting the right airflow and cooling power exactly where you need it.

How frequent are cooling cycles?

Your air conditioner should go through relatively routine cooling cycles; however, it shouldn’t cycle on and off too regularly. If you notice frequent cycles, your AC may require attention right away. It is important to note that while your air conditioner may just need a quick tune-up, you might be better of purchasing a new air conditioner.

Are you experiencing high humidity? 

Your air conditioner should moderate humidity levels automatically, but if your cooling system can’t keep moisture levels within a comfortable range, you need an air conditioner repair.

Are there any water leaks?

Pooled water or an active leak around your air conditioner is an essential sign that your cooling system is not running properly. Leaks can quickly damage your home and may even lead to serious structural issues, so be sure to get on this issue as quickly as possible.

Does you AC system give off a bad smell?

If you smell unpleasant odours and suspect that they’re coming from your HVAC system, you will certainly want to deal with the issue before it becomes worse. A quick service can enable your home to smell fresh again in no time.

Is your AC system making strange noises?

Most air conditioners make low-level noise when they are being used. If you notice any unusual sounds like buzzing, rattling and grinding, be sure to contact a technician straight away.

Contact HunterCon today!

HunterCON is a fully licensed electrical and air conditioning specialists located in Sydney’s Inner West, servicing the greater metropolitan area, including the Eastern Suburbs, Lower North Shore and South West. If you have any questions about air conditioning or would like to book a quote for repairs, installation or maintenance, contact HunterCON today. With over nine years of experience, we pride ourselves on providing air-con and electrical services of the highest quality.

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air quality

How to improve the air quality of your home

By | Air Conditioning

While we often concern ourselves with outdoor air pollution, have you ever stopped to think about how clean the air is inside your home? While its something we don’t usually think about, good indoor air quality is essential for our health.

indoor air qualitySo, what are the signs of poor air quality, and what can you do to improve the air quality in your home? Read on to find out.

 

Why is air quality important?

Outdoor air quality affects our health, the liveability of our cities and towns, and our environment and air pollution can cause health problems that harm the heart and lungs, and can even cause cancer. The air quality of indoor environments also impacts liveability and health in similar ways. Having a knowledge of the common pollutants such as dust, pollen, mould, smoke, dust mites, dander and volatile organic compounds that are present indoors can help reduce the risk of several health concerns for you and your family.

Signs of poor air quality

There are a number of different symptoms which signify poor indoor air quality. This includes:

  • Frequent experience of cold-like symptoms such as dry eyes and a sore throat 
  • Sinus 
  • Allergies and sneezing 
  • Cough 
  • Dampness and mould throughout the home

Improving indoor air quality with air conditioning 

Air conditioning is one of the best ways to improve indoor air quality. It works by removing pollutants and moisture from the air, limiting the amount you breathe in as well as the general dampness of your home and improving ventilation. AC systems create constant air-flow around the home, which also improves air quality.

In order to keep your AC system working at its best, it is important to regularly clean and change filters. It is also important that you clean the ductwork, so that mould and other pollutants do not accumulate.

Other ways to improve indoor air quality  

While air conditioning systems are one of the most effective way to improve indoor air quality, there are a number of other things you can do. This includes: 

  • regular carpet cleaning 
  • spend time with open windows and doors
  • address ceiling leaks immediately
  • Rid dampness and mould 
  • Invest in an air purifier 
  • Keep your house clean 

Contact HunterCon today!

HunterCON is a fully licensed electrical and air conditioning specialists located in Sydney’s Inner West, servicing the greater metropolitan area, including the Eastern Suburbs, Lower North Shore and South West. If you want to improve your indoor air quality and have any questions about air conditioning or would like to book a quote for repairs, installation or maintenance, contact HunterCON today. With over nine years of experience, we pride ourselves on providing air-con and electrical services of the highest quality.

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What type of Air Conditioning system suits your needs?

By | Air Conditioning

Everyone has different needs when it comes to air conditioning systems and it is important that you invest in an AC system which fulfils these needs in the most effective way.

So what are your options when it comes to air conditioning systems and why would you choose each type? Read on to find out which AC system is most suitable to you.

 

Window AC Unit – Small and affordable

Main benefits: simple, affordable, suit small spaces and easy to install

A window air conditioning system is one of the simplest and cheapest AC systems for your home. This system is mounted on windows or walls and is a single unit that is assembled in a casing where all the components are located. While they are relatively cheap to purchase and easy to install yourself, they can be loud and can cause energy bills to skyrocket. This system is only recommended for rooms that do not require sufficient heating or cooling all the time, which is rare in Australia’s climate.

Split system – Simple and energy efficient 

Main benefits: suits different sized spaces, sleek aesthetic and energy efficient

Split systems are the most popular type of air conditioning units for homes, and are designed to cool and/or heat either small or large residential areas. A split air conditioner consists of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit. The outdoor unit is installed on or near the exterior wall of the room that you wish to cool. This unit houses the compressor, condenser coil and the expansion coil or capillary tubing. The sleek-looking indoor unit contains the cooling coil, a long blower and an air filter. A split system can be a great choice, as they are relatively noise-free as well as sleek and subtle in their design. While the initial cost of split air conditioning units is significantly higher than a window unit, and it does require professional installation they are much more energy-efficient, saving you money in the long-run.

Multi-split system – Effective heating and cooling

Main benefits: Allows different temperatures throughout home and fulfils needs of various building occupants

If you require multiple rooms or various room temperatures, multi-split systems are the way to go. They function the same as a split system, however, comprise of a single outdoor unit connected to multiple independent indoor units. This can be an excellent solution for households and buildings with specific needs. It is important to note that due to the increased number of indoor units, the cost of a multi-split system can be significantly higher than that or a single split system.

Ducted system – aesthetically pleasing whole home system 

Main benefits: can cool and heat your whole home effectively, aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient

Alternatively to the window units, split and multi-split AC systems, ducted systems are the ‘whole home’ air condition solution and are capable of controlling the temperature and humidity in every room of the house. A ducted air conditioning system works through its internal unit, which is installed within the roof space of the home. A series of ducts run from the air conditioning unit to each of the rooms in the home, allowing you to cool or heat each room using individual controls. Due to the unit being installed in the roof, ducted air conditioning is definitely the most aesthetic AC option. Additionally, ducted systems are the fastest working, most energy-efficient, and with a reverse cycle, system can allow you to heat your home too. 

Each possible air conditioning system has a number of advantages and disadvantages which are important to weigh up before you make a decision. If you have any questions about which AC is right for you, or are looking for a quote for electrical installations, repairs, or general maintenance, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with HunterCON today.

With over nine years of experience under our belt, we pride ourselves on providing air-con and electrical services of the highest quality. Get in touch with us today.

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How can an updated AC system add value to your home?

By | Air Conditioning

While most people install air-conditioning systems for the sole purpose of heating and cooling their home, there is a considerable number of additional benefits. In fact, many people are unaware that installing an AC system can add significant value to your home.

air conditioning tipsAn updated AC system can not only save you money on running costs and keep your home comfortable but can increase the value of your property if you are interested in selling or renting. Read on to find out how.

 

A quick and easy way to increase value

While it might seem obvious, installing the right type of air conditioner can add value to your home, while having an old air conditioning system can actually decrease the value of your property. For a home buyer, the prospect of having to install a new AC system themselves may detract from their price offer, or potentially encourage them to look elsewhere for a home.

Not only can having an up-to-date and efficient air conditioning system increase your potential buyers’ offers, but it will also set your home apart from similar houses. This not only improves value but can also encourage a quicker sale.

Even if you are not planning on selling your home right away, its always a good idea to keep adding value to your home. Not only will you enjoy living there more, but when the time does come to sell, you will get the best price possible.

Meet the expectations of potential buyers

Most homebuyers expect to see an air conditioner that is modern and in good working order. It is great to keep in mind that many homebuyers desire ducted air conditioning when looking for a home, especially in Australia, where the climate is very hot during the warmer months. However, your AC upgrade doesn’t have to cost the earth. By simply installing a single split system will have a significant impact on the value of your home in the eyes of potential buyers.

Appeal to the environmentally conscious demographic 

Nowadays, many home buyers are concerned about the environment and want to live in a way which has as little negative impact on the world as possible. Outdated AC systems are certainly not energy-efficient and are a turn-off for the environmentally conscious home buyer. Newer systems are far more environmentally friendly and will increase the number of potential home buyers that your property will appeal to.

Contact HunterCON today!

HunterCON is a fully licensed electrical and air conditioning specialists located in Sydney’s Inner West, servicing the greater metropolitan area, including the Eastern Suburbs, Lower North Shore and South West. If you want to add value to your home, and have any questions about air conditioning or would like to book a quote for repairs, installation or maintenance, contact HunterCON today. With over nine years of experience, we pride ourselves on providing air-con and electrical services of the highest quality.

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5 common ducted air conditioning issues

By | Air Conditioning

Ducted air conditioning is a highly effective and convenient way to heat all cool a home or building, allowing occupants to achieve the perfect temperature, every time.

Photo by: Apex air conditioning

While ducted air conditioning is one of the best options when it comes to heating and cooling, there are still some common issues that ducted air conditioning may face. Check out the five most common ducted air conditioning maintenance issues.

 

Air loss

If the connections within the ductwork of a ducted air conditioning system are not properly aligned, they can become loose. This might allow warm or cool air to escape quickly. Not only will this issue cause air loss, but it can also bring harmful gases from the outdoors inside through the air conditioning system. If you start to notice uneven room temperatures throughout your home, as well as super high energy bills, your ducted unit may have a significant air loss problem. The great news is, it can be easily fixed.

Dirty ducts

If there are large or small gaps in the air ducts, impurities and debris can be sucked up through the ducts. An overload of such impurities can adversely affect the indoor air quality, which poses a risk of eye or nasal allergies. If you have a ducted air conditioning system, make sure you hire a professional to clean them before dirt builds up too much.

Restricted flow

Sometimes if an object gets lodged in an air duct, it can stop air from flowing through with ease. This may also be the case if a duct is crushed, torn or twisted due to some kind of external damage. The biggest issue with the restricted flow is the effect it can have on your energy bills, as well as a decreased lifespan of the system. If you notice any damage or think something might be lodged, call a professional straight away.

Poor insulation

Insulation is not a major concern during the summer. However, heated air distributed through a ducted system during the winter months can lose a significant amount of energy to cold environments if there is little or poor-quality insulation. To make air insulation more efficient, you should contact a professional air conditioning technician such as HunterCON will help ensure that your air ducts work well, increasing efficiency.

Poor ductwork design

The poor-quality design of a ducted air conditioning system may lead to massive inefficiencies. A ducted system that is too large for a small home or building will certainly lead to significant energy losses. Conversely, a ducted system that is too small, will be forced to work much harder to distribute air and control room temperatures and will not be as effective. It is essential that you choose highly qualified professionals when installing a ducted system to ensure that the design is of the highest quality.

Contact HunterCON today

HunterCON is a fully licensed electrical and air conditioning specialists located in Sydney’s Inner West, servicing the greater metropolitan area, including the Eastern Suburbs, Lower North Shore and South West. If you have any questions about ducted air conditioning or would like to book a quote for repairs, installation or maintenance, contact HunterCON today. With over nine years of experience, we pride ourselves on providing air-con and electrical services of the highest quality.

Air Conditioning Breakdowns FIX

7 reasons air conditioning units are a great option for any home

By | Air Conditioning

When it comes to cooling a home, many people wonder what option will work best for them without costing the earth. The variety of options can often seem overwhelming.

Air Conditioning Breakdowns FIX
At HunterCON we passionately provide high-quality air conditioning systems. Today we present seven reasons why an air conditioning system is a great option for your home.

 

Affordability

One of the advantages of buying an air conditioning unit is that they are very affordable when compared to other cooling and heating methods. Not only is the initial outlay affordable, but so too are the ongoing costs associated with running an air conditioning unit.

Energy Efficiency

For many people, energy efficiency is a very important consideration. If you want your home to remain cool for as long as possible with minimal damage to the cost of energy, an air conditioning unit is certainly your best option. Furthermore, units can carry specific energy efficiency ratings, so you can choose the perfect unit to suit your needs.

Easy to install

The installation process for an air conditioning unit is relatively easy. While the installation process will differ from model to model, set up is usually straightforward and can be performed quickly and easily. You may choose to install the unit by yourself by following the instructions or alternatively hire a qualified professional to help you out.

Versatility

Air conditioning units can be used in a variety of various places inside and outside of your home. You can use it in a non-permanent housing such as a home you are renting, and can easily take it with you when you move. Furthermore, they can be installed in a variety of spaces such as bedrooms, kitchens, studios, gyms, theatres and offices.

Variety

There are a variety of options when is comes to the type of air conditioning unit you choose to install. Different brands offer various levels of cost-effectiveness and energy efficiency and some will have a much longer life than others.

Features

There are a variety of options when is comes to the type of air conditioning unit you choose to install. Different brands offer various levels of cost-effectiveness and energy efficiency and some will have a much longer life than others.

Compact

Air conditioning units are relatively compact and will not take up too much space in a room. While some units are much bigger than others, they are usually designed to take as little space and are not visually invasive.

Contact HunterCON today

HunterCON is a fully licensed electrical and air conditioning specialists located in Sydney’s Inner West, servicing the greater metropolitan area, including the Eastern Suburbs, Lower North Shore and South West.

If you have any questions about air conditioning units, or would like to book a quote for repairs, installation or maintenance, contact HunterCON today. With over 9 years of experience, we pride ourselves on providing air-con and electrical services of the highest quality.

HunterCon and COVID-19: What you need to know

By | Air Conditioning

Over the past few months, the entire world has been shaken by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, an infectious disease which causes respiratory illness much like the flu.


In recent weeks we have been told to isolate at home while businesses all over the country close their doors. It has become evident that the rules surrounding hiring tradespeople such as electricians and plumbers are very unclear. Let’s take a closer look at how COVID-19 will impact HunterCon.

 

Is HunterCON open?

Whether a business stays open or not will depend on whether they are an essential service. What does this mean? Essential services refer to a specific class of occupations that have been legislated by a government as essential to societal functioning and as such will not close. HunterCon is considered an essential service and as such, is able to remain open throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, so long as government regulations do not change. So, if you have any air conditioning and electrical repairs and maintenance, you can most certainly rely on HunterCon.

NSW Public Health guidelines

All businesses which remain open, including essential services are legally required to follow stringent the NSW Public Health Guidelines. Furthermore, all staff must practise good hygiene and keep at a safe distance from one another. In taking these precautions, HunterCon can assure they are operating lawfully, while also protecting the safety of both our staff and valued customers. 

If you need a tradesperson…

If you require a tradesperson of any kind and you have any concerns about COVID-19, you can check to see if your tradesperson has a COVID-19 policy or guidelines their workers must follow. Most will be able to offer contactless payments, wear gloves and masks, and take any other precaution they can. It is very important to note that you should also not hire a tradesperson if you or another person in your household has been sick. If someone in your household has contracted COVID-19, you will have to wait until they have been cleared of the virus before any trades can enter your home. It is your responsibility to advise your tradesperson if there is anyone in self-isolation, quarantine or positive cases of COVID-19 in your household so that they can proceed in accordance with both business policy and the law. Furthermore, always maintain good hygiene and safe distancing measures.  

If you have any more questions about how COVID-19 will affect HunterCon, or if you are seeking a quote for electrical installations, repairs, or general maintenance, please do not hesitate to get in touch today. With over 9 years of experience, we pride ourselves on providing air-con and electrical services of the highest quality. 

Should You Repair or Replace Your Split System Air Conditioner

Air conditioning tips that will save you money

By | Air Conditioning

Everyone wants to stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter, and a high-quality air conditioning unit is the perfect way to create a comfortable climate in your home.

Should You Repair or Replace Your Split System Air Conditioner
While the initial outlay may be costly, there are several things that you can do to save money on your air conditioning bill all year round! Check out our tips and tricks below.

 

Maintain your thermostat

It is always a good idea to learn how to use your thermostat properly and in a way which saves you money. It is far more energy-efficient, and therefore, economical to set the thermostat at a comfortable, mid-range temperature rather than pumping it up high as soon as you feel hot. Allowing the system to steadily decrease the temperature uses less energy and places less of a strain on your air conditioner system. As a result, you’ll end up with some extra dollars in your pocket.

Look after the refrigerant 

The refrigerant in your air conditioner is important in allowing your AC system to run smoothly and effectively. If the refrigerant is not properly charged, it can damage the compressor and trigger an expensive repair. This can also increase your energy use as the system is not operating at optimum efficiency. If you notice that the vents are discharging room temperature air, even after the system has been running for at least fifteen minutes, you may need your refrigerant charging. If that doesn’t seem to be the problem with your unit, you may also need a top-up if the system has had a leak.

Clean your coils

The condenser coils on the outside units can easily become clogged up with dirt, dust and other debris which make your AC unit work harder to pump out cool air, increasing energy consumption and making your bill extra pricey. It is well worth checking if there is any dirt or garden debris clogging up the coils to improve airflow and help the system operate more efficiently. If you find that the coils are clogged, be sure to clean them as soon as possible.

Clean and replace your filters

Similarly to the coils of an Ac unit, filters can become clogged with dirt and debris. While filtering these particles from the system is the primary function of this component, a dirty filter becomes almost useless and can force the system to work harder to maintain the temperature. Most manufacturers recommend that filters are changed every four to eight weeks. However, you may be able to extend the lifespan of your filters by cleaning them. Taking out the filter and removing any lint and other large debris as regularly as possible will not only increase the life of your filters but will also make your AC as energy-efficient as possible. 

If you follow these handy tips, you’ll be sure to save money on your electricity bills and feel comfortable in your home all year long. If you have any questions about getting the most out of your air conditioner or are looking for a quote for electrical installations, repairs, or general maintenance, please do not hesitate to get in touch with HunterCON today. With over nine years of experience under our belt, we pride ourselves on providing air-con and electrical services of the highest quality. Get in touch with us today.