Air Conditioning

What is Air Conditioning?

Air Conditioning is the control of Temperature and Humidity in a confined space – in our case, it’s a room or the whole home. Residential Air Conditioning Solutions make better use of space than traditional radiators and offer both warm and cool options, meaning you can maintain the air in your home all year round.

How does it work?

Warm air from your home room is drawn into the Air Conditioning system. This air flows over a pipe which contains a cold refrigerant. At the same time, a dehumidifier removes any moisture from the air. A fan in the system then blows the cold air out back into your home, making your rooms cooler as the system draws out warm air and blows cooler air back into your home.

Any heat from the air is carried by the refrigerant to a unit outside the building which releases it into the air outside.

Why choose Air Conditioning?

Air Conditioning is far more cost efficient than traditional heating systems. It also offers you the ability to not only heat, but cool your home remotely 24/7.

Air Conditioning Units are easy to use, quiet and unobtrusive.

The Financial Gain

When set up correctly and with the right variables, residential Air Conditioning can cost as little as 10p per hour. When installing your Air Conditioning systems, we’ll make sure it’s in an environment to be as energy efficient and low cost as possible.

Air Conditioning OutputRoom SizeCost to run per hour

We’ll help you choose the right Air Conditioning Unit for your Home.

Wall Mounted Unit

Floor Mounted Unit

Under Ceiling Unit

Single or Multi-Split?

The number of rooms, the size of your rooms, and the layout of your house are important factors to think about when deciding whether to use a single or multi-split unit.

While single-split systems consist of one indoor unit and one outdoor unit, multi-split systems allow multiple indoor units to be connected to one outdoor unit.

Multi-split solutions serve not only air conditioning solutions for multiple rooms, they also allow you to maintain different climates in different rooms.

A single-split unit
A multi-split unit

What is a VRF System?

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems use heat pumps to provide heating and cooling for all indoor and outdoor units. They’re highly energy-efficient, allow you to control your temperatures, and are simple to install.