Jervis Bay Air Conditioning

Trades and Services

Established in 1982, JERVIS BAY AIRCONDITIONING has a long background in the air conditioning industry and experience in the local area. They cover all aspects of design, service and installation of air conditioning equipment in commercial, industrial, and domestic applications. All solutions are tailored to suit each situation and customer needs.

Reliable and friendly service has allowed them to become the South Coast's largest Daikin and LG dealers, with access to many other leading brands. They are also, competitively priced, for residential and commercial applications.

Given the sheer volume of usage in commercial applications, the design of the system is extremely important. What distinguishes between a good Air-Conditioning system and a bad one is proper design, and JERVIS BAY AIRCONDITIONING has over thirty years experience designing systems for the local area.

When it comes to what you get, JERVIS BAY AIRCONDITIONING can supply and install a range of quality ducted split air conditioning systems. The systems are powered by highly energy efficient inverter driven condensing units that are the quietest in today’s market, so you barely hear a murmur. Inside the air flows quietly through unobtrusive ceiling or floor vents, thus providing the year round comfort conditions you've always desired.

They also specialize in Split System Air Conditioners and Multi-Split systems. Multi’s are split systems with more than one internal unit connected to an external condenser. Systems with between two and seven internal units are available and are able to heat or cool multiple rooms with varying degrees of the set temperature.

Ensure your Air Conditioning Specialist is a proven expert with countless satisfied customers, choose JERVIS BAY AIRCONDITIONING.


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6 Duranbah Drive
New South Wales, 2540
949 Power FM
119 McMahon's Road, Nowra, 2541
Phone: 02 4423 0055
Studio: 02 4423 3949
Email: [email protected]
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