What types of air conditioning do we offer?
Portable Air Conditioning
Portable air conditioners are a great way to keep your home cool and comfortable during hot summer months. They are easy to install, require minimal maintenance, and can be moved from room to room as needed. Portable air conditioners also provide more flexibility in cooling specific areas of the home without having to invest in an entire central air system. Whether you're looking for relief from the heat or just want added convenience, portable air conditioning is a smart choice for any homeowner.
Wall Split Air Conditioning
Wall split air conditioners offer a range of benefits that make them ideal for any setting, from homes to businesses. With their ability to be installed at any preferred height, from the floor to the ceiling, they allow for maximum versatility. These units can easily be mounted on any wall and provide powerful cooling without taking up valuable floor space.
Please be aware that to install these, you will need to hire an F-Gas registered engineer.
To learn about the differences between portable and wall split air conditioning, check out our comparison article.
Evaporative Air Cooling
Evaporative air coolers are a great alternative to traditional air conditioning systems and are becoming increasingly popular due to their energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Evaporative air coolers work by taking warm, dry air from the environment and passing it over a wet evaporator pad or ‘cooling media’. This process causes the air to become cooler and more humid, making it a comfortable and pleasant environment.
Here are our top 10 air coolers.
Ceiling Cassette Air Conditioning
Ceiling cassette air conditioners are suitable for both commercial and residential settings. They are designed to fit into false ceilings and are ideal for saving floor and wall space. These air conditioners are often utilized in large open-plan areas, making them perfect for offices, open-plan houses, and other spacious areas that need air conditioning.
Choosing the right Air Conditioning
Choosing the right air conditioning unit for your home or office is an important decision. Factors like size, efficiency, noise level, installation requirements, maintenance, and cost must be taken into account when selecting an air conditioner. Size is measured in British Thermal Units (BTUs) - larger rooms need higher BTUs for adequate cooling. Check out our BTU Calculator to help you in selecting the appropriate size of your unit.
Efficiency ratings (EER), noise levels, and installation requirements should all be considered while choosing the correct unit.
For more detailed information, check out our Air Conditioning Buying Guide, Air Coolers Buying Guide, other related articles in our Advice blog section, and our FAQ section at the bottom of this page.