When it comes to keeping commercial and residential properties cool, comfortable, and inviting when the temperature soars outside, installing an AC unit provides the perfect solution.
This is particularly important during the summer months when temperatures in London frequently reach 30 degrees! After all, whether you’re working, shopping, relaxing, or trying desperately to get a good night’s sleep, a hot and stuffy room can become unbearable.
What’s more, a space that’s hot and stuffy can also effect productivity, increase stress levels, and cause exhaustion. So if you’re a business owner who hasn’t yet recognised the importance of air conditioning, now’s the perfect time to invest!
During the summer months, the hot and humid weather can cause a number of issues for hay fever suffers, asthma suffers, and people with other respiratory conditions.
Known as “thunder asthma”, this type of weather can crack grass pollen into respirable particles, which can then trigger severe asthma.
In order to control the severity of symptoms, many doctors advise those affected to stay indoors, avoid vigorous exercise, and carry medication.
Installing an air conditioning unit can also help to mange the severity of this condition by preventing overheating and preventing bacteria and germs from circulating within a room, whilst purifying the air.
If a space is stuffy and unbearably hot, it can have a huge impact on footfall, productivity, and concentration levels.
After all, if a shop, office or other commercial property is stifling hot, customers and employees are likely to want to avoid it at all costs.
Create cool and comfortable spaces
When the sun’s shining outside, there’s nothing worse than living or working in an over-heated space, especially as many of us often retreat indoors to cool down when the temperature rises during the summer months.
There are a whole host of air conditioning units available that can be tailored to suit the individual requirements of your property, allowing you to create a cool, comfortable, and inviting space.