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Air conditioners are among the most often used electrical equipment in British households. Air conditioners of one kind or another are installed in over 70% of households. This guide explains everything about air conditioners so you can make the best decision for your future cooling or heating equipment.

The air conditioning unit is a necessary component of every house and consumes a significant portion of your must-have home appliance budget. There are several sorts of air conditioners, each with advantages and disadvantages. Making the appropriate decision is critical since it affects your home’s cooling, comfort, and energy usage.

The air conditioning industry has a wide variety of equipment on the market. Each type of air conditioner is made for a particular place and serves a specific function.

Central Air Conditioning

This form of air conditioning is ideal if you have a big house and want to chill numerous rooms at once. A split system manages air via ducts with a central air conditioning unit in your home. A ducted system is another name for it.

The split aspect denotes that the system comprises two primary components. The condenser and compressor are housed in the outside unit. The evaporator coils and air handler are found in the interior unit. Like any other air conditioner, Central air conditioning utilizes refrigerant to remove heat from the interior air. Cool air is brought in via the ducts to replace the heat that has been drawn from the outside. Programmable thermostats may be used with central air conditioners to provide a brilliant home experience.

Ductless Mini-Split

If you want higher efficiency, don’t want to deal with a lot of ductwork, or only want to chill a piece of your house, ductless mini-split air conditioners are an excellent option. For modern homes, ductless systems are a perfect option.

An air conditioner of this sort is made up of an outside unit with a compressor and a condenser, and one or more inside units. These indoor units are wall-mounted and come with air blowers. The interior and outdoor units are linked by tubing, and refrigerant flows differently depending on consumption.

Ductless mini-splits come with a remote control, but when combined with a smart AC controller, you can manage them from anywhere with your phone. Since these indoor units are tiny and compact, each room type has its unit, which may be used for either heating or cooling. These air conditioners are considered considerably more energy-efficient than some other alternatives available. Still, they may be expensive if you intend on placing one in each room to cover the whole home.

Window Air Conditioner

Since their inception, window air conditioners have been dubbed “champions of cooling tiny rooms” and are the most frequent air conditioner. An air conditioner mounted in a window is ideal for cooling a small room since they come in various sizes. You may even chill a tiny house with a vast window air conditioner if it is a single story or one open room.

Window air conditioners are single units that contain all of their components. As the name implies, it is inserted through a window or via a hole in the wall. It breathes cold air into the room from its interior side and ejects heat from its outer side. The filter on these air conditioners pulls out, allowing it to be cleaned regularly for maximum AC efficiency. These air conditioners include onboard controls and may also have a remote control.

We can provide the air conditioner that is right for your home, no matter what type of air conditioner you need.

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Air Conditioning Installation

Our primary focus is to service the whole of the North East with affordable air conditioning.

Currently, we provide air conditioning services to the following areas:
Newcastle, North Shields, Walker, Gateshead, Ponteland, Darras Hall, Northumberland, Wallsend, South Shields, Durham, Teeside, Middlesbrough & more.

Do you want air conditioning in your home?

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Then you have to be aware of a few things.

  • Where you want the indoor unit to go, where the outdoor unit has to go, and the two pipes that need to connect the two together.

Most of the time, people want a unit in the middle of a room but aren't aware that if there isn't loft space above, then we would need to put trunking from the unit to the external wall.

Client testimonials

Charlotte T


Great service from initial contact to the air conditioning installation. It came in handy just before the heat wave. I would highly recommend them.

Ross P.


Alan and his team have been great. They helped us understand where and why we would want air con in our home. We are cool now.

Karl S


Alan was a true professional took him roughly 5 hours to do the air con installation in my home and left everything as clean as possible.