Call 1300 525 723

Our Call Center is ready to help with all your enquiries 7 days a week.


Call your local Jim and ask us about how we can help with any of the following cooling solutions:

Split Systems

Jim’s Air Conditioning technicians are the best in the air con industry and have worked on countless split systems. Our technicians all have their own fully stocked green van, meaning they’re prepared to complete your split system job on the spot.

Split systems

Evaporative Cooling

Evaporative cooling, as it sounds, is the process of cooling by evaporation. It’s a cooler with water! Evaporative air conditioning involves having a cooling unit on your roof to draw in hot, dry fresh air from outside of your home. The air is then filtered through cooling pads, which creates evaporation, the process of water changing from a liquid into a gas. Evaporation absorbs the hot air, lowering the air temperature and increasing moisture content. The cool air is then dispersed by a fan through ducts in the roof, cooling down your home.

Evaporative cooling

Ducted Air Conditioning

Ducted air conditioning is the right choice for you if you’re after an incredibly easy way to cool your entire home with the push of a button. It’s complete climate control at your fingertips!

The team from Jim’s Air Conditioning is experienced with all aspects of ducted cooling, providing everything from yearly services to emergency repairs or installation. We can be at your home on time with fast 1 hour attendance* and reliable 24/7 service for your AC unit.

Ducted air conditioning

Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning

Reverse cycle air conditioning is a technology that both heats and cools your home. It is also called refrigerated air conditioning because it uses a refrigerant to cool the air and, surprisingly, to warm air as well. Reverse cycle systems with refrigerant and a compressor are the basis of ducted units, split systems and even the old fashioned window air conditioners. It really just means an air conditioner that can be a cooler or a heater. Part of the unit has to be outside – the backside of a window AC or the compressor for a split or ducted system.

Reverse cycle air conditioning