Air Conditioning Installations

We have been carrying out refrigeration, ventilation and air conditioning installations for over 40 years and have a wealth of experience working within a large number of business sectors. Whether it’s a small local shop or a large industrial warehouse that you are looking to cool or heat, you can rely on us to be the one stop shop for all of your needs.

Step 1: On Site Assessment

After your initial enquiry a member of our projects teams will attend site to carry out a free no obligation site assessment to establish your requirements. Information obtained onsite will be used to design and select a cost effective solution for your site whilst ensuring optimum energy efficiency is achieved.

Step 2: Initial Pricing Estimate

A formal estimate will be provided and will be more than happy to talk though our proposed air conditioning installations.

Step 3: Air Conditioning Installation

We are accredited installers of market leading brands within our industries and keep up to date regarding product innovations to ensure the best solutions for you. Our installation engineers attend regular manufacturer training days to ensure they have the knowledge to enable them to maintain the highest standards on installations.

They are qualified to CCNSG (Client/Contractor National Safety Group) standards for refinery working, enabling them to work in a wide variety of commercial and industrial sites. We pride ourselves on our health and safety standards and have gained accreditation by a number of health and safety bodies, please refer to our Accreditations page.

Our engineers are regularly trained to industry standards including PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ & Manufacturers’ Association Ltd), IPAF (International Powered Access Federation) and annual Asbestos Awareness training courses.

Please feel free to contact us where we would be more than happy to discuss any air conditioning installations you need.

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