Air Conditioning Installation Brisbane

Fuss free air conditioning installation. With over 30 years experience we have extensive knowledge selecting and installer premium air conditioner systems to suit your needs.

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Why choose us?

Mercury Installations

We are qualified and accredited specialists with 15 years experience installing air conditioners.

We are fully licensed to install AC systems in Brisbane and across Australia (ARC license), and have Public Liability Insurance to protect you from damages (although we haven’t ever had a claim made against us)

Mercury Installations

We install air conditioners for all types of building—homes, shops, offices, schools, and more—and offer a 100% satisfaction guaranteed policy. We want you to be thrilled with the work we do.

When we install your air conditioner, we will use sheets and other equipment to protect your property, and leave everything 100% clean.

Mercury Installations

We are qualified electricians, so can complete any major electrical work needed as part of the install. This is in addition to our air conditioners licences and qualifications.

Mercury Installations

Our experience allows us to install air conditioning systems correctly, which makes them last for years, with few breakages. We don’t hire contractors because we know that quality is higher when we keep things in-house.

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We recommend and install gold-standard air conditioners from Panasonic, Daikin, and Mitsubishi, and have installed thousands of these systems over the years.

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5-year installation warranty, and 5-year manufacturer’s warranty included. We use the best high-technology systems that last, because we want your air conditioner to work well for you.

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We have excellent customer support, and can quickly help with any issues you might be having with your system. The same goes for quoting: we’ll provide a fast AC quote and will get your system installed as soon as we can.

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Transparency is important to us. Our quotes are clearly itemised and broken down, so you can see exactly what you are paying for with your air conditioning installation.

Mercury Installations

We offer competitive pricing on all of our air conditioners, both split systems and ducted. We usually buy in bulk, which allows us to keep our costs competitive, and our customers happy.

Split systems

Split systems are effective, convenient, and highly efficient for cooling single spaces. Or if you’d prefer to have a split system throughout the entire home (rather than ducted), we can look at installing a multi-split for you, with multiple wall-mounted units, each individually controlled.

We recommend and install a range of gold-standard split systems from Panasonic, Daikin, and Mitsubishi. Every split system we install has reverse cycle technology, allowing it to both cool and heat.

The systems we install also have modern inverter technology that reduces energy costs, and makes for a quieter system.

Ducted systems

Ducted systems are better suited to larger homes, offering greater efficiency for big spaces, and a finite level of control over the system.

Because a ducted system typically covers most of a building, the ducting is directed to areas that are commonly used (e.g. living area, master bedroom), which creates zones for each area. These zones can be turned off when not in use, which can help to save a huge amount of power over long periods. With the right system, you can even control the temperature individually for each zone.

Ducted air conditioners are highly desirable systems that can even increase the value of your home.


Our commercial air conditioning installs can be either split or ducted systems, including central plant units, hydronic systems, rooftop package units, and cassette or bulkhead units. After a quick site visit and chat with you about your needs, we’ll recommend the system that best suits your office.

Commercial installs typically need custom electrical work, and as qualified electricians, we’ll complete the whole job for you, without the need to hire extra people.

This includes installing brand new circuit boards, reviewing the wiring throughout the property, and more. We can handle it all!

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76 Funnell St, Zillmere Brisbane, Qld 4034

Our installation process

  1. We’ll chat to you about your needs, and if necessary, visit your property for a quick inspection
  2. We’ll recommend an air conditioning system for you, based on your needs and preferences
  3. We’ll arrange a date to install the air conditioner, and complete the install within a day (2-4 hours for a split system).
  4. We’ll provide you full instructions on how to run your air conditioner, and your warranty information
  1. We’ll chat with you about your needs, and inspect your architectural plans (if you have them). We can also work directly with your builders, if you’d prefer.
  2. We’ll recommend an air conditioning system for you, based on your needs and preferences
  3. We’ll arrange a date to install the air conditioner. For new builds, the install is the quickest and cheapest immediately after the roof and electrical work are complete, and we’ll work with your builders to accomplish this. We’ll complete your Birbanae air conditioning installation within a day (2-4 hours for a split system).
  4. We’ll provide you with full instructions on how to run your air conditioner, and your warranty information

FAQs - Air con installation Brisbane

If you’re having a split system installed, the only difference to your property will be the units themselves. Indoor units for split systems are mounted on the wall, and the outdoor unit is placed outside, in a discreet location.

For ducted systems, the indoor unit is usually installed in the ceiling cavity, and the outdoor unit placed outside. A ducted system delivers air through vents through the home, which are the only visible changes to the property.

We’ll usually recommend the best locations for vents, but if you have preferred positions for them, we’ll try our best to accommodate.

For split systems, the indoor units(s) are mounted on the wall, and the outdoor unit is placed outside away from any living areas.

For ducted systems, the indoor unit is usually placed in the ceiling cavity, and the outdoor unit is placed outside.

Air conditioning manufacturers offer a 5-year warranty for their product, and we offer a 5-year warranty on the install itself.

We recommend cleaning your air conditioner’s filters every three to six months. This helps to reduce the amount of dust and dander that is blown around your property, and reduces the electrical usage of the system (it doesn’t have to work as hard when clean). In addition to this, try to keep any leaves and debris away from the outdoor unit.

As for professional servicing, we recommend that you have this completed annually to keep things running smoothly. The last thing you want is a breakdown during the height of summer! We provide air conditioning servicing for systems of every type, check out our service page for more information.

With rising energy costs in Australia, it’s important to reduce your AC’s electricity consumption whenever you can. You can try the following handy tips:

  • Increase the temperature—Ergon Energy estimates that every additional degree on your air conditioner uses about 10% more electricity. So by changing the setting from 23°C to 24°C in summer, you could be saving money.
  • Clean your air filters regularly—this makes the system more efficient, and reduces energy costs.
  • Set a timer—when you’re using the AC while sleeping, try setting a timer so that it turns off at the coolest part of the night.
  • Turn on ceiling fans—a ceiling fan can provide additional cooling and allow you to increase the temperature setting on your AC to compensate.

Recommending the ideal air conditioner takes knowledge and experience, and is determined by a number of factors. We consider the following:

  • The amount of cubic space you want to cool
  • The number of rooms/zones you want to cool
  • The property’s floor plan and structure
  • The material used for the property
  • Whether there’s enough space in the ceiling cavity
  • The number of people typically in the building
  • The purpose of each room