Air conditioning or more widely known today as air source heat pumps offer an energy efficient low carbon way to heat and cool, keeping your building at a consistent and comfortable temperature minimising energy wastage.
We can provide air conditioning solutions for all sectors from commercial settings to residential buildings creating a clean comfortable environment while providing energy efficiency savings too.
There are many different indoor units designed to meet your needs with different positioning and design. All of the units we offer are available as Heat Pump Inverters (Air Source Heat Pumps). Here are a few examples of some different Daikin models:
The Condensing units (outdoor units) are the larger part of the system which can be mounted anywhere outside on the floor, on flat roofs or up on solid walls where good fixings are available.
All units come with a standard controller depending on the model and make of the system. Sometimes there is however options which can be discussed if you have a preference on what kind you would like (hard wired wall mounted/ wireless hand held remote). A lot of system do have an option to change the factory set type of controller at the customers request.
Below are a few examples of what some of the controllers can look like:
By choice, we usually quote to install Daikin air conditioning units because of there high standard of performance and reliability. They are one of the leading manufacturers in air conditioning units on the market. We can however offer a wide variety of brands and will happily provide quotes to suit the customers needs
All new Daikin units are Inverters which means that they are more energy efficient and help create a more controlled atmosphere than conventional units.
In keeping with future legislation and helping to reduce the environmental impact of air conditioning, we are now offering systems which include R32 refrigerant which is the latest and most environmentally friendly refrigerant currently in use within the industry which has a Global Warming Potential (GWP) of only 675 (compared to that of the old R22 which was 1910)