Residential Air Conditioning Installation.
Do you require a Residential Air Conditioning Installation that heats, cools, and ventilates?
Look no further…
We supply low cost Residential Air Conditioning Installation that is whisper quiet with state of the art built-in technology. Also, there are a number of ways to add wireless connectivity to a system. This will allow full control of your heating and cooling now supplied directly from our manufacturers. Residential Air Conditioning systems can also provide heating too! However unlike conventional electric heaters, it’s more efficient by using only 1/4 of the energy for the same heat output. Heating from Air Conditioning is also immediate and makes use of room thermostats to quickly turn on and off in operation. All Residential Air Conditioning can therefore reduce your heating energy bills and provide a child-friendly setting in the home.
Concealed Residential Air Conditioning Installation.
Concealed Air Conditioning is achieved by providing cooling and heating through insulated ducts. We fit the ducts in your walls, ceiling voids and under floors, therefore in the actual room, you will only see the frameless grills as the image above shows. This style of Air Conditioning Installation requires some hand in hand building works to conceal these ducts on fitting completion. Also we can supply a number of various grill styles and custom RAL colours to your taste, therefore we can offer you a range of choices when it comes to the final fit-out look. See our partners for build services at Diligent Developments for more information.
Have an old ducted Air Conditioning system in need of repair?
It is often the case with older Residential Air-Conditioning systems in situ, that the cost to replace is uneconomical. Ducted domestic and Commercial Air Conditioning systems installed in London as part of an initial build, often fall into this category, however we can fully overhaul your old systems changing out evaporator fans, coils and compressors. Redundant parts like old printed circuit control boards will firstly need to be removed and the implementation of new retrofit methods will need to be installed. In a recent “How To” video we demonstrate an insulation test on an old fan motor removed from a ducted residential Air Conditioning System. Click Here to watch “Air Conditioning Services – How To Use A Megger To Test The Insulation Of A Motor”.