Love is in the air… conditioning

Love is in the air… conditioning

With global temperatures expected to rise “off the chart” due to the return of the El Niño climate phenomenon*, keeping cool is more important than ever.

Whether you’re at work, shopping or just trying to stay comfortable at home, air conditioning is a crucial part of modern life. Here’s why:

Office AC Systems: The Comfort of Your Staff Matters

The most valuable asset of any business is its staff and making sure they’re comfortable is essential for a productive, happy work environment. Our air handling services help ensure your employees are cool, comfortable, and able to work to their full potential.

Retail AC Systems: Happy Customers Spend More

A comfortable shopping experience is key to keeping customers happy. Our retail AC systems can help advise and install the perfect air conditioning solution to keep your customers cool, comfortable and spending more time (and money) in your store.

AC Installation: Cooling Solutions for Every Space

We install a variety of air conditioning units for a wide range of clients, so we know how to cool your space, no matter what your needs. Our AC installation service will make sure you’re comfortable, no matter the size or type of your property.

Service: Keeping You Cool for the Future

Our aim is to keep you comfortable not just for the present, but for the future as well. Our customer service team is always ready to help, so if you need any assistance, we’re here for you.

Leak Detection: Staying Safe and Compliant

It’s a legal requirement to carry out regular leak detections in your commercial spaces, we can do this as part of the routine maintenance visits in order to help make sure you stay compliant and safe.

Regular maintenance visits will ensure the efficiency of your air conditioning unit and its effective function. Don’t get hot and bothered this Valentine’s Day, let us help you keep cool and comfortable.

*Taken from The Guardian online article ‘Warning of unprecedented heatwaves as El Niño set to return in 2023’