When the temperature soars outside and the heat of the city gets too much, there’s no better feeling than escaping the sunshine, and relaxing in a cool and comfortable environment.

After all, when the temperature is unbearably hot outside, it becomes almost impossible to work, sleep or even socialise in comfort, and this is especially the case if you live in London, where it’s not unusual for temperatures to reach 30 degrees or more.

With this in mind, more London homeowners than ever before are recognising the importance of installing air conditioning in their properties in a bid to control the temperature and air quality.

And if you cannot accommodate an outside condenser due to restrictions, which is often the case if you want to install air conditioning in your apartment for example, there is another option.

The water cooled air conditioning option offers the perfect solution. It’s self contained and does not require planning permission or an external unit.

Here’s a list of the many benefits that come hand in hand with installing an air conditioning unit without an external unit in London.

• Ideal for properties where an outside condenser box or external vent is unsuitable, including listed buildings, apartments, offices and accommodation with limited space.

• This type of AC unit also offers a low noise input, so it won’t disrupt the peace and tranquillity of your home.

• This type of air conditioning unit is also extremely discrete, meaning it can be easily hidden within property and uses mains water in a controlled manner to remove heat.

Here at ACS Installations, we fully understand that no two properties are the same and we are committed to finding the best air conditioning solution for you.

We install and maintain air con for both residential and commercial properties, and also specialise in providing high performance air conditioning units that do not require an external unit, meaning it’s never been easier to stay cool and comfortable in the city, even if you live in an apartment, flat or listed building.