An air conditioning system that is well maintained can provide your workplace or office with many benefits. It regulates temperature, which helps keep your employees and you happy and productive. Regular maintenance, however, is important because a damaged air conditioning system can have negative effects. Some of these effects are immediate and others deadly.
Most modern houses are no longer built for cross-ventilation, plus summers have gotten hotter, which makes air conditioning systems more of a necessity than a luxury. The only concern is the amount of electricity these systems consume.
Are you getting the best possible service from your air conditioner? Very often, your system sends you a sign of an issue before breaking down.
Air conditioners systems are habitually overworked during the summer, particularly in commercial buildings where they have to run throughout. If you encounter problems with a commercial air conditioning unit, you can seek professional air conditioning service in Manchester.
How building ventilation system work. Ventilation is an important component in any building whether home, industrial or commercial buildings. Some buildings are built in such a way that natural air circulation is not enough to supply the whole building due to their layout. In such cases, ventilation systems are put in place to facilitate unrestricted […]
Leading superstore chain to bin less environmentally friendly compressor based air conditioning systems As far as the environment is concerned, it’s a case of ‘every little helps’, in terms of air conditioning units. Tesco aims to withdraw compressor based aircon systems by 2025. Instead of the less energy efficient system, in will come Air2O IDEC […]
How a Yorkshire and Qatar based partnership has delivered an air conditioning solution for the 2022 World Cup In five years time, we could be seeing an England side, managed by John Terry (or Gareth Southgate), in the Qatar World Cup Finals. Whoever’s going to be in the dugout in 2022, an Anglo-Qatari partnership is […]
Study shows how air conditioning and temperature control has an effect on obesity and diabetes Ask yourself this question: how high do you have your heating thermostat turned up to? If it’s around the usual 21 or 22 degrees Celsius, then you are not alone. This is considered as the usual room temperature in the […]
How a recent report by BRE, for DECC, points to increased use of air conditioning in offices and retail premises In the last five years, Britain’s love affair with air conditioning systems hasn’t ceased. This was detailed in a report by BRE for the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) (now part of the […]
How smart buildings can tell you when your heating or air conditioning system is about to pack up If you mention “Smart Buildings”, the first thing that springs to mind is anything to do with Smart Meters, being able to check your electricity consumption on the 36 to Bolton. Maybe the James Bond style house […]