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Legionnaires Disease In Disneyland

  • Posted by Air Conditioning Installers London
  • On 21st November 2017
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Disneyland, the happiest place on Earth synonymous with Mickey Mouse and overpriced trinkets of Disney goodness is the last place you’d expect to hear of an outbreak of legionnaires disease.
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Air Conditioning System Can Reduce Pollution

  • Posted by Air Conditioning Installers London
  • On 10th August 2017
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Summer…or what was a short lived heat wave in the UK which quickly resumed to the dreary rain fueled grey and cloudy days of London life is now over. That doesn’t
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Does Air Conditioning Use More Petrol?

  • Posted by Air Conditioning Installers London
  • On 25th July 2017
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Ever been on a family road trip? If you are anything like us, then amongst the eye spy and various petrol/snack stops, a healthy debate is inevitable. Arguing anything from
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Good vs Bad in the London Heat Wave

  • Posted by Air Conditioning Installers London
  • On 20th June 2017
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As the capital is in the midst of experiencing a heat wave which rivals most holiday destinations, you could be forgiven for walking out of your front door and thinking
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No Air Conditioning? Here Are Our Tips

  • Posted by Air Conditioning Installers London
  • On 1st June 2017
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Summer .. or at least a few days of it is finally here! With temperatures soaring into the high 20’s over the next few days across London, it is finally
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Weekend Green Finger Fun

  • Posted by Air Conditioning Installers London
  • On 4th May 2017
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Summer is finally here! As the first of two May bank holidays are over, Britain looks set to be warming up, leaving outdoor fun on the top of the “to do”
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Will You Beat The Easter Chaos?

  • Posted by Air Conditioning Installers London
  • On 13th April 2017
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As the Easter weekend draws closer and everyone tries to get away, heavy traffic tonight between peak hours of 4-7 may increase by as much 30%.
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