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Air Conditioning & Split Systems - Aberfoyle Park, SA 5159

Welcome to the air conditioning guide for Aberfoyle Park, located in postcode 5159. Using the nearest weather station data from BELAIR (KALYRA) at an elevation of 305 metres above sea level, which commenced operations in 1895 and the latest recorded data in 1996, we can measure the temperature fluctuations that will affect the heating and cooling requirements of your home.

Aberfoyle Park experiences summers that have reached up to 43.1 degrees C and winters that have been as cold as 0.5 degrees C, showcasing the need for versatile HVAC systems. In January, temperatures often there are on average 7.9 days over 30 degrees C, while July sees an average of 0 days less than 2 degrees C. These fluctuations underscore the importance of a reliable air conditioning service that can handle both extremes.

In the hotter months, we notice an average humidity level around 60% at 9am and 46% at 3pm, which can significantly impact home comfort on hot days. So a well-rounded Aircon system won't just keep your home cool, it will also help manage these humidity levels. Additionally, Aberfoyle Park experiences wind speeds of up to 14.2 km/h, making a smart HVAC system, Split System Air Conditioner, Evaporative Cooler, or Ducted Air Conditioning that can adjust to external factors an excellent investment.

Temperature & Weather in Aberfoyle Park

Featured Air Conditioning Installers Servicing Aberfoyle Park

Accutemp Services - Commercial Air Conditioning & Refrigeration

28 Liston Rd, 5160

Reliable. Professional. Trusted.

SEM Group South Australia - Solar Installer

76 Hughes St, 5010

Solar Power Made Simple.

Bonetti Refrigeration & Electrical

38 Bower Street, 5011

Stay Comfortable, Stay Efficient


243 Great Eastern Hwy, 6104

Stay comfortable all year round with Totaline

Air Conditioning & Solar Production

* Data from The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). Closest weather station to Aberfoyle Park: Belair (kalyra) - approx. 887 m

Featured Solar Installers Servicing Aberfoyle Park

Rawsons Electrical

620 Cross Road, 5038

Rawsons Electrical celebrates 75 years of service.

Allstate Solar

16 Desmond Avenue, 5033

Your first choice for all things solar.

Class A Energy Solutions

311 Glen Osmond Road, 5064

Clean Energy Council Approved Solar Retailer.

Go Sunny Solar

13 West Terrace, 5000

Our solar experts walk you through a custom solar solution.

Community Air Conditioning Statistics - Aberfoyle Park, 5159



Aberfoyle Park and the postcode of 5159 has a total 12507 occupied dwellings. Of these dwellings in Aberfoyle Park 11696 are houses, 724 are semi-detached or townhouses, and 13 are flats or apartments. We see that homes of 4 or more bedrooms in size are 38% of all dwellings, while 3 bedroom homes are 53%, and 2 or fewer bedroom dwellings are 8%. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics 1% of census results did not specify the number of bedrooms

Typically we see that the bigger the home, then the more it costs to heat and cool, and with 2.6 number of people per household and with 84% of properties mortgaged or owned outright in 5159, investing in energy-efficient air conditioning will make a significant difference to energy savings here.

* Based on Australian Bureau of Statistics 2021 Data

About Aberfoyle Park

Aberfoyle Park, located in South Australia (SA), experiences a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and warm summers. The average maximum temperature ranges from 16°C in winter to 29°C in summer. The hottest months are typically January and February, with temperatures often reaching above 35°C. With such warm temperatures, reliable cooling systems are essential to keep homes and businesses comfortable.

One popular cooling option in Aberfoyle Park is split system air conditioning. Split systems are ideal for cooling individual rooms or specific areas, providing efficient and effective cooling without the need for ductwork. They offer precise temperature control, allowing residents to adjust the cooling according to their preferences. Additionally, split systems are known for their energy efficiency, which helps reduce electricity bills.

For those looking to further optimize their cooling system, considering solar-powered split systems is a great choice. Solar power can be used to operate the unit, reducing reliance on traditional electricity sources and decreasing environmental impact. By harnessing the abundant sunlight in Aberfoyle Park, homeowners can enjoy the benefits of cooling their spaces while being environmentally conscious.

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