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Heating & Split Systems - Alfredtown, NSW 2650

Welcome to the heating guide for Alfredtown, situated in postcode 2650. Utilising data from the nearest weather station (WAGGA WAGGA (KOORINGAL)) at an elevation of 240 metres above sea level, which started operating in 1871 with the latest data recorded in 1985, we can analyse the temperature trends crucial for your home's heating needs.

In this region, winters have recorded temperatures as low as -8.9 degrees C, highlighting the necessity for energy-efficient heating systems. During these colder months (June, Juily and August), we see an average minimum temperature of 3 degreees celcius, while the average humidity level at 9 am is around 86.3% and 62% at 3 pm for this period. Together this can significantly affect the comfort levels in your home, making a comprehensive heating system essential not just for warmth but also for managing indoor humidity levels. Additionally, with wind gusts reaching up to km/h in Alfredtown, a robust HVAC system, including options like energy-efficient electric heaters, gas heating or ducted heating, or a more complex hydronic or ducted heating systems, becomes a valuable investment for maintaining a comfortable indoor environment.

Temperature & Weather in Alfredtown

Featured Heating Installers Servicing Alfredtown

Barr Air Commercial Refrigeration

4A Norton Street, 2650

Stay comfortable all year round with Barr Air Commercial Refrigeration

PalmAir Heating & Cooling Specialists

348 Edward St, 2650

Stay comfortable all year round with PalmAir

Ingold Stuart

15 Dalley Street, 2663

Stay warm, stay cool, with Ingold Stuart

Weston and Weston Refrigeration and Airconditioning

358 Edward St, 2650

Stay cool or warm with Weston and Weston!

Heating & Solar Production

* Data from The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). Closest weather station to Alfredtown: Wagga Wagga (kooringal) - approx. 6.5 km

Featured Solar Installers Servicing Alfredtown

SolarWise Wagga Wagga

Unit 3/ 23 Nagle Street, 2650

Your power is our passion.

DES Mullins Electrical

530 Kooringal Road, 2650

Professional repair, maintenance & installation services.

Hamblin Solar

8/10 Mortimer Place, 2650

Your trusted locally owned & operated solar installers

Transparent Solar Solutions

350 Edward Street, 2650

Transparent Solar Solutions Pty Ltd

Community Heating Statistics - Alfredtown, 2650



Based on the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2021 Census, postcode 2650, which includes Alfredtown, has a total 23133 homes. This community features a diverse array of housing types: 19632 are houses, each with an average of 2.3 residents per dwelling. With the community's varied income levels, where the median weekly household income is 1629 and with 58% homes mortgaged or rented, investing in energy-efficient heating options is even more essential to help reduce running costs and increase long-term financial savings for homeowners or renters.

When considering the demographics of Alfredtown and 2650 more broadly, we discover there are 6506 families with children. At the same time, 17.2% of the 61511 population are over 65 years old, while 19351 people also live with long-term health conditions. So eco-friendly and smart heating systems with advanced thermostats are particularly appealing for those more susceptible to the cold, like families with young children, older adults, and residents living with health conditions.

* Based on Australian Bureau of Statistics 2021 Data

About Alfredtown

Alfredtown, located in NSW, 2650, experiences a temperate climate throughout the year. However, winters can be quite chilly, making heating a necessity for residents. The average minimum temperature in winter ranges from 3 to 8 degrees Celsius, with the coolest months being June and July.

With such low temperatures, it's crucial for residents to have efficient heating systems in place. One popular option is split system heating, which offers both heating and cooling capabilities. Split systems are highly efficient, providing warmth during the colder months and cool air during the summer. They are also energy-efficient, helping residents save on their utility bills.

For those looking to reduce their environmental impact, solar power can be used to power split system heating units. By installing solar panels, residents can harness the power of the sun to generate electricity, reducing their reliance on traditional power sources. This not only helps the environment but also provides long-term cost savings.

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