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Air conditioning solutions for listed buildings with Cool You

Air conditioning for listed buildings can be a difficult problem to negotiate. Many properties across London forbid traditional air conditioning, whether they’re a new-build block of flats or a gorgeous historical house. This is because traditional external condensers are too big, too noisy, and don’t fit in with the exterior of the building. Owners of modern apartments and owners of …

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What You Need To Know About Planning Permission For Air Conditioning

If you’re going to be installing an air conditioning unit in a listed property or apartment, you will most likely need planning permission. At Cool You we’re experts when it comes to all things air conditioning, and in this article, we’re going to share everything you need to know about planning permission for air conditioning and installing your next system. …

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How to get rid of damp with a Cool You Internal Air Conditioner

Condensation is one of the biggest causes of damp in the home. It is such a common and difficult problem to solve that many people ask themselves how to get rid of damp once and for all, usually after trying various methods such as anti-damp paints and resealing windows. But one of the best and most overlooked ways to combat …

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What are the top air conditioning solutions for my London apartment?

Last year’s hot summer was particularly unbearable for some London apartment dwellers, making it difficult to relax in the home or sleep comfortably. All signs are pointing to hot summers becoming the norm in the UK, so take the time right now to check out the best air conditioning for apartments London has to offer. This way you’ll get a …

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7 Things To Consider Before Buying A Cool You Internal Air Con For London Flats

Now that the sun is shining bright, many London apartment owners are stuck in humid flats lacking ventilation. And they’re all probably wondering the same thing: should I get air conditioning? The answer to that question is yes, you should! But there are a few things you should consider before investing in a cooling system for your London apartment. Cool …

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How To Air Condition Your Listed Property

Here in London, many homeowners live in beautiful houses that fall under a ‘listed’ or protected status. So many owners of listed buildings believe that they’re not able to install air conditioning as it violates their property status and requires detailed planning documents and permissions. Well, Cool You have specifically developed air conditioning for listed property in London that requires no …

Do Air Conditioning Units Need Planning Permission?

If you live in a listed building, the question you will more than likely be asking is do air conditioning units need planning permission? A listed building is a property that cannot be modified without the consent of a local authority because it has a special architectural or historic interest. Living in a listed building can offer great experiences and …

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Welcome to the Cool You Blog Thank you for stopping by. This blog will feature lots of great articles and advice on self-contained air conditioning, as well as industry-related news. If you have previously been told you cannot have air con in your building, then please get in touch and see how we can help you with our self-contained air …