This year, we have experienced one of the hottest summers on record, with more homeowners than ever before having to invest in air conditioning units, in particular an internal air conditioning solution just to stay cool and comfortable in their homes.

After all, with temperatures frequently hitting 30 degrees or more in London, and other parts of the UK, it has become almost impossible to relax, sleep and be productive. And of course, after a hectic day in the office or a long day in the sunshine, the last thing you want to do is return home to a hot, stuffy apartment, right?

However, with many people living in flats or apartments in the capital, it’s a common misconception that these types of properties are not able to accommodate air conditioning.

This is because many apartments and flats are built in different shapes and sizes, meaning they are often restricted on the type of unit that can be installed due to the fact that many properties are not allowed an external condensing unit.

The good news is… there is a solution. ACS can provide an internal air conditioning solution for flats and apartments.

This is because a water-cooled air conditioning unit does not require an outside unit or an outside box, or planning permission, making it the perfect option for apartments or flats.

This type of unit is also ideal if you are limited to space as the condensing unit can be hidden out of view or placed in a cupboard or under a kitchen sink.

Why choose ACS Installations for water cooled air conditioning?

Armed with over 30 years experience, we take pride in delivering the highest standard of customer service, from the moment you get in touch. We understand that no two properties are the same and we are committed to finding the best air conditioning solution for you, whether you have a residential or commercial property.

If you have any questions about any of our the air conditioning units we install, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Our friendly and helpful team is always on hand to help. Contact us today >>