Now that the summer is in full swing, many of you may already be struggling to escape the heat, especially in London where temperatures frequently reach 30 degrees or more in the summer.

After all, when the temperatures soar, it becomes increasingly difficult to work, rest and play if you don’t have air conditioning. Let’s face it, there is nothing worse that a space that is hot, humid and uncomfortable, right?

And with London’s landscape primarily made up of flats, apartments and listed buildings, there has been an increased demand for water-cooled air conditioning for these types of properties.

Designed to keep the spaces that you spend the most time in cool, comfortable and inviting, water cooled internal condensers require no planning permission or an outside condenser, making this type of AC system perfect for installation in apartments, listed buildings and properties with limited space.

Many homeowners living in the capital assume that they cannot install an air conditioning unit with an outside condenser due to restrictions however water cooled air conditioning units offer the ultimate solution.

But what are the benefits of water cooled internal condenser units?

• Ideal for listed buildings, apartments, offices and shop units within shopping centres, where an outside condenser box or external vents are unsuitable.
• The condensing unit is hidden within the property and uses mains water in a controlled manner to remove heat.
• Low noise output.
• No planning permission, so you can sit back and relax, whatever the great British weather!

If you’re struggling with the heat in your property this summer, or air quality is an issue, you have certainly landed in the right place.

Armed with over 30 years experience, we have vast experience in installing all types of high performance air conditioning systems in both commercial and residential properties, including water cooled air conditioning.

If you have any questions about our water-cooled internal condenser air conditioning systems, please do not hesitate to get in touch.