Fixed air conditioners have become common in many homes in the UK. They keep you comfortable throughout the day and can significantly aid sleeping at night through hot spells. The home air conditioning units we install are extremely energy efficient and whisper-quiet.
When selecting an home air conditioners, there are many factors to take into consideration. The number of rooms, dimensions, layout and aesthetics are all important as well as the cost implications. Manufacturers have worked hard to create a wide array of models and systems that look very aesthetically pleasing in the home, and some units can seem virtually invisible in a room.
Typical type of rooms
- Air Conditioners for Bedrooms
- Air Conditioners for Lounges
- Air Conditioners for Conservatories
- Air Conditioners for Loft Conversions
Ideal Systems for Homes:
Wall mounted air conditioners are probably the most common units used in a residential environment. The two main advantages are that wall units are always the cheapest option to install; they are also easy to retrofit in rooms without the need for building works or redecoration. They are long, thin and placed at a high level on the wall.
Low Wall-Mounted Air Conditioners for Homes
Low wall-mounted air conditioners are often used in conservatories and loft conversions because they are ideal for ‘dwarf-walls’, however, they are suitable for any room in the home.