Ours works incredibly well in dry heat, even at 40 odd degrees, it won't even be working hard and it's incredibly cool inside. As soon as you add a smidge of humidity, it becomes almost unbearable, and today was just shocking, I think it was high 30s and really high humidity. The only way we get through days like today with the humidity and high temps is alternate between the pool and the house LOL.
If I ever build I will install reverse cycle, Perth has become so much more humid now
although maybe a mix of the two might work. I love evap for the open doors & windows and most nights it's pretty good, maybe I'll put in a large split system in the main area for the really humid days.
This post has been edited by zande: 08/01/2013, 12:42 AM