-Howard Kelsey, MD
"For us, every home or building is unique. It is vital for my team to get to know how a space is used and by who. We can then find the very best solution to deliver the climate you need. When I think back to recent installations a few spring to mind. A local artist working in a space flooded with natural light meant that it got unbearably hot in the summer. An air-source heat pump meant that the temperature was consistent, and he could sculpt year-round. Another one was a local wine merchant where stock needed to be kept at a constant temperature. And perhaps, more obviously, couples who have a south-facing bedroom or loft conversion bedroom. By the end of a long day, in the height of a summer heatwave, the last thing you want is to be tossing and turning all night because it’s too hot so sleep!”
We are solution driven air conditioning specialists who deliver the ideal climate to homeowners and businesses across Surrey and Hampshire using the latest technology that is both cost effective to run and energy efficient.
There are countless examples where we have become accustomed to not having air conditioning and we’ve become used to either not using these rooms at particular times of the day, or accepting the discomfort. For instance, the conservatory where you relax on a summer’s evening that is bitterly cold in the winter. Or the loft you’ve had converted into a beautiful master bedroom suite that is so hot in the summer, you struggle to get a decent night’s sleep.
Homeowners and business owners are becoming more and more aware of the air conditioning solutions that are available. Air source heat pumps are either installed to complement existing heating systems or included at the specification stage when renovations start. As temperatures continue to rise each summer, climate control becomes increasingly important.
The result? Everyone gets a decent night’s sleep, even in the middle of a heatwave, regardless of where their bedroom is located. They can work productively because the temperature is consistent, and the bills are reduced because running costs are lower.