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What type of air conditioning unit do I need for my apartment/flat in London?

​The British summer months are one of the busiest and hottest times of the year, particularly in cities such as London, and after a hectic day in the office, no one wants to come back to a hot stuffy apartment. Cooling down your home before you arrive back will ensure you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the evening and get a good night’s sleep.

​Things you will need to consider when choosing the right AC unit are the type, the size, which rooms need cooling? Do you need timer options, sleep or night modes? What type of air con maintenance is required?  ACS can help you with these queries.

Apartments and flats are built in many different shapes and sizes, and can often be restricted on the type of air conditioning unit installed.  Searching for an air con solution for an apartment in London or in any city centre can be particularly challenging if you are not allowed an external condensing unit, which most conventional AC units require. To overcome this issue, a water cooled air conditioning unit does not require an outside unit.  It’s the perfect solution as no planning permission is required. This is ideal if you are limited to space as the condensing unit can be hidden out of view and placed in a cupboard or under a kitchen sink.  An alternative option is through the wall air conditioning unit, which again requires no outside box/condenser. This type of unit is suitable for installation if you have an external wall.

 

Apartments and flats are built in many different shapes and sizes, and can often be restricted on the type of air conditioning unit installed.  Searching for an air con solution for an apartment in London or in any city centre can be particularly challenging if you are not allowed an external condensing unit, which most conventional AC units require. To overcome this issue, a water cooled air conditioning unit does not require an outside unit.  It’s the perfect solution as no planning permission is required. This is ideal if you are limited to space as the condensing unit can be hidden out of view and placed in a cupboard or under a kitchen sink.  An alternative option is through the wall air conditioning unit, which again requires no outside box/condenser. This type of unit is suitable for installation if you have an external wall.

 

​With over 30 years of expertise, our team will advise you on which type of AC unit is suitable for your property. We can install, maintain units in London and home counties.

Get in touch with us to discuss your requirements and arrange a free survey with one of your team today.