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Air Conditioning

Our comprehensive range of air conditioning units feature split systems, ceiling units, low wall and portable units.


The Air Conditioning Range

Keep cool this summer with this range of quality air conditiong units from the Air Conditioning Centre and Electrolux, you can buy these air conditioning units with confidence as all the units are guaranteed for 1 year with an option to extend to a 2 or 3 year warranty. This range includes split system air conditioning units or inverter air conditioning units as they are also known as, low wall air conditioning and even wall mounting brackets for the air conditioning units. Delivery is usually within 2 to 4 working days and are packed on to a pallet. We have explained the differences between the different types of air conditioning systems below but if you have any other questions please feel free to call our dedicated sales team on 01843 842727 between 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday, email us or use the live chat facility on our site.

How Does Air Conditioning Work?

Air conditioning units work just like a fridge, it has refrigerant that evaporates to provides cooling or heating.

How Easy Is Air Conditioning To Install?

We have installed one in our office and it took us 3 hours to unpack, screw to the wall, place the outside unit on the wall brackets and connect the outside and inside unit up with the appropriate electrical and piping connections.

Running Costs For Air Conditioning

We have, where possible listed the running costs for each air conditioning unit product, these figures are based on 10 pence per Kw per hour and will vary depending on how much you pay for your electricity. To work out how much your unit will cost to run multiply the kW input figure (electrical) by how much you pay per kilowatt hour for your electricity supply.

Get The Best Out Of Your Air Conditioning

To get the best out of your unit your thermostats should ideally be set between 25–27°C as even 1°C lower can make running costs go up by up to 15% or you may find also that you need repairs due to overworking. During hot spells it is best to put the unit on the night before as this will mean the air conditioner will not have to work so hard during the hottest part of the day, as it will maintain the coolness more effectively.

Split System Air Conditioning

Air conditioning split systems are the most popular type of air con units as the condenser, which makes the most noise is situated outside. The internal unit is fitted via a mounting plate on a wall indoors and the external unit is situated outside, they are connected using copper pipe. The condenser, the outside unit removes the heat from indoors and takes it outside, whilst the internal unit provides cooling. Most of our systems will heat the room as well when required.

Low Wall Air Conditioning

These low wall air conditioners are perfect for cooling conservatories because the indoor unit is smaller than that of normal air conditioners so are perfect for installations where the wall size is small. Like all air conditioners, these are 'split' units with an indoor and an outdoor unit. The indoor unit simply fixes onto the internal wall and then a copper pipe goes through the wall and connects with the outdoor unit which either be mounted on a wall bracket or placed on the ground. The outdoor unit ( the compressor ) removes the heat from the room and takes it outside along with any condensation that has been collected in the system. The indoor unit provides the cooling and heating as required.

Ceiling Cassette Air Conditioning Units

The ceiling cassette air conditioners have an internal and an external unit and work in the same way as conventional split systems, but have the advantage of being installed in the ceiling taking, therefore taking up less space. The internal unit is fitted into the ceiling in the room to be cooled whilst the external unit is situated outside and they are connected via copper pipe.

Wall Mounting Brackets For Air Conditioning Units

Our brackets for mounting air condintioning units are designed to be easy to install and come complete with all the necessary hardware to mount them to the wall.

Extension Kits For Air Conditioning Units

Interconnecting pipe extension kits for all our air-conditioning systems. These extension kits are available in lengths of 2 metres up to 6 metres to suit customers requirements. Please not that if you purchase the 4 metre or 6 metre kits you will need a qualified air conditioning Engineer to come out and re gas the system.

Delivery Of Your Air Conditioning Unit

When you place your order with us you will recieve an email confirmation with your personal order number. You will then recieve another email on despatch from our warehouse to inform you your order is with the couriers and will be with you within the next 24 to 48 hours. Pease note deliveries are Monday to Friday between the hours of 8.00am & 6.00pm and we are unable to specify a time but if you have supplied a mobile number the courier will text you with a time slot. ALL deliveries have to be signed for, please also note that if you live in Scotland or the Highlands please allow an extra 2 to 3 working days from the estimated delivery times quoted.

Please note some of the larger air conditioning units are delivered on a mini pallet via a haulage company. If this is the case you will be contacted by us to arrange a convenient delivery day. It is a kerbside delivery only and delivery times are Monday to Friday between the hours of 8.00am to 6.00pm and unfortunately we are unable to specify a delivery time.

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