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Air Conditioning & Split Systems - Akaroa, TAS 7216

Welcome to the air conditioning guide for Akaroa, located in postcode 7216. Using the nearest weather station data from ST HELENS POST OFFICE at an elevation of 5 metres above sea level, which commenced operations in 1890 and the latest recorded data in 2006, we can measure the temperature fluctuations that will affect the heating and cooling requirements of your home.

Akaroa experiences summers that have reached up to 39.8 degrees C and winters that have been as cold as -4.3 degrees C, showcasing the need for versatile HVAC systems. In January, temperatures often there are on average 2 days over 30 degrees C, while July sees an average of 16.2 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 69% at 9am and 61% 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, Akaroa experiences wind speeds of up to 9.6 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 Akaroa

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Air Conditioning & Solar Production

* Data from The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). Closest weather station to Akaroa: St Helens Post Office - approx. 4.5 km

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Community Air Conditioning Statistics - Akaroa, 7216



Akaroa and the postcode of 7216 has a total 1589 occupied dwellings. Of these dwellings in Akaroa 1405 are houses, 79 are semi-detached or townhouses, and 69 are flats or apartments. We see that homes of 4 or more bedrooms in size are 15% of all dwellings, while 3 bedroom homes are 48%, and 2 or fewer bedroom dwellings are 34%. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2% 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 number of people per household and with 74% of properties mortgaged or owned outright in 7216, investing in energy-efficient air conditioning will make a significant difference to energy savings here.

* Based on Australian Bureau of Statistics 2021 Data

About Akaroa

Akaroa TAS 7216 is a beautiful coastal town located in Tasmania, Australia. The town experiences a mild and temperate climate throughout the year, making it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. The average weather in Akaroa is characterized by warm summers and cool winters.

During the summer months of December to February, Akaroa experiences its hottest temperatures with average maximums ranging from 20°C to 25°C. January is typically the hottest month, with temperatures often reaching up to 28°C. In contrast, the winter months of June to August see average maximum temperatures ranging from 10°C to 15°C.

Given the warm summers in Akaroa, having a reliable cooling system is essential for the comfort of residents and visitors. One popular option for cooling in Akaroa is split system air conditioning. Split systems provide efficient cooling by distributing cool air throughout the space, ensuring a comfortable indoor environment even during the hottest months. Additionally, with the increasing focus on sustainability, many residents in Akaroa are exploring the possibility of using solar power to power their split system units, reducing their carbon footprint and energy costs.

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