We know how confusing buying air conditioning can be.
There are a host of questions running through your mind when looking for an air conditioning solution for your apartment, such as: what kind of AC works best for the space?
How much should you spend? What’s the best company to go with?
That’s why our Managing Director, Savva, is here to help if you are still confused about the right air conditioning solutions for apartment buildings.
Air conditioning solutions for apartment
With Google at our fingertips these days, finding information on the internet has never been easier.
You’ve spent a lot of time doing your own research about AC.
You’ve read about it online and maybe even spoken to various companies about what services they can offer. And yet it’s all still a little bit unclear.
We can’t really blame you, as there’s a lot to take in, and there’s a vast range of different AC products that provide air conditioning solutions for apartment buildings and more.
But which one’s right for you, and are these companies offering you what you actually need?
Do you know what the best thing to do is? Call us because we’re here to help.
This is what we do, 24/7. You may have seen some of our many YouTube videos all about air conditioning, so hopefully, you’ll see that this really is our area of expertise.
We live and breathe air con, so let us do the heavy lifting for you.
We pride ourselves on giving good, honest advice. Whether it benefits us in the long run or not, that’s what we do, and it’s how we sleep well at night.
Knowing that we’ve helped you find the best solution r air conditioning in your apartment is the aim of the game here.
We can quickly identify exactly what’s possible in your circumstances, what it actually is that you need, where everything should go and importantly, what sort of budget you’re looking at.
Portable air conditioning units
If you live in a small space, perhaps all you need is a simple portable unit.
These units are cheap and can be easily installed in a single space that requires cooling.
These units plug into a standard electrical outlet and can typically cool a small room.
There’s no disruptive installation process with a portable unit. However, they can take up much-needed space in the room you are cooling. Plus, they are noisy and don’t blend in with their surroundings.
Most importantly, because a portable unit needs to be vented to the outside, a window must be opened to remove the hot air.
This isn’t ideal if you live in a ground-floor flat and need to keep windows closed for security reasons.
Through-the-wall air conditioning
Alternatively, you might be best off with a through-the-wall unit designed to air condition small rooms.
These units must be fitted on an internal, outside-facing wall.
They require holes made to the exterior property, so if you live in a listed building or have strict planning permissions, you are unlikely to be allowed this option.
Conventional air conditioning
The same can be said for conventional air conditioning.
These are the best solution if you are allowed to have an outside condenser unit on a wall, roof, or patio.
However, most London apartment blocks won’t allow them as management and planning permissions are required to place the external condenser outside.
While these units are cheaper than fully-internal solutions, they might not necessarily be more cost-effective in the long run when other factors such as scaffolding, length of pipe run and future maintenance access are considered.
Internal air conditioning
In most cases, you have probably already considered the options above, only to be told that you are not allowed a conventional air conditioning unit.
That’s why our fully internal air conditioning solutions for apartments are the ideal solution.
A fully internal air conditioning solution offers precisely the same quality and no compromise performance as a conventional system without the need for an outdoor condenser unit.
The difference is that it’s fully contained within your property, eliminating the need for any external penetrations, permissions and planning consents that can sometimes make getting air conditioning a major headache and expense.
If you are looking to air condition a finished apartment, these systems result in minimal or no disruption or redecoration required.
Cool You: How they work
Cool You’s internal systems have two components: a wall-mount and a condenser box. The wall unit is mounted in the room that you’d like to be cool.
That unit is connected to a condenser located in a concealed spot in your flat, such as a utility space or boiler room. These two units are connected with refrigeration pipework that can be hidden in cavity walls or in the ceiling.
The system works exactly the same as a conventional system with an outside condenser. The only difference is that an external condenser uses the air outside to dissipate the heat.
The only way to remove the heat with an internal condenser is to use mains cold water connected to the concealed condenser only to take the heat away.
Everything is done internally within your property with no external box to worry about, making it the ideal option for London apartment owners.
Whichever air conditioning product you require, we’ll guide you every step of the way to ensure you get exactly what you need.
We conduct detailed site surveys to ensure we know which solution works best for your property.
During these visits, Savva will walk you through how the solution will work and the best place to put it.
If we visit your property to conduct a full and thorough site survey and we feel that an alternative solution to what we have previously discussed will give you better results, we will use our years of expertise in this field to guide you towards that solution.
We won’t start work until we’re 100% sure it’s the best product for you.
At the end of the day, we know that good customer service means selling you the product you actually need, not which one might make our company a quick buck.
So if you’ve done your research on air con units but still need some guidance or reassurance, give us a call today on 0207 043 2275 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re here to sort out the right air conditioning for your property, and we look forward to hearing from you.