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Heating and Air Conditioning

We're experts when it comes to air treatment. We have the biggest & best range available in the UK and if you need any advice our specialist advisers are on hand to make sure you get the right product. We've also got 100's in stock for next day delivery, so if you need something fast  - you're in the right place!

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Our top brands

    • Amcor heating and air conditioning products.
    • electriQ heating and air conditioning products.
    • dyson heating and air conditioning products.
    • Meaco heating and air conditioning products.
    • ebac heating and air conditioning products.

Top things to consider when buying a air conditioner

1. What is an air conditioner?

Air conditioners are electrical appliances that reduce the temperature level in an enclosed space. A refrigeration cycle is used in which warm air is removed and replaced with cooler air, allowing you to sit in comfort.

2. Does an air conditioner need venting?

All air conditioners do need venting so that the warm air can be removed from the room you're wanting to cool. There are three main types of air conditioners on the market: portable units, wall split units and ceiling cassette style units.

3. How to get the most out of your air conditioner

Not all air conditioners will work effectively in every room, so it is important to find the right one. It is also important to think about what the room is used for and how many devices or appliances there are that create extra heat. Also bear in mind that rooms such as a conservatory would require more powerful air conditioning than a room of the same size with small windows.

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