A cool place in the sun

In summer, your greenhouse or conservatory attracts the heat. And in the attic, too, it can get stifling. A modern air-conditioning system works away quietly to keep you cool and refreshed.

In winter, an air-conditioning system with a heat pump function can even keep you warm, too. In combination with gas or oil-fired heating, it considerably reduces CO2 emissions. The indoor climate reacts faster and is regulated much more sensitively than with any heating system.

Air-conditioning systems for individual rooms are split into one or more indoor units and one outdoor unit. The two parts of the system are interconnected by pipes in which environmentally friendly refrigerant circulates. Indoor units are available in a variety of designs: as wall-mounted, stand-alone and ceiling models, plus versions for inconspicuous installation in ventilation ducts and suspended ceilings. They are regulated by wired or infrared remote control.

All parts of the air-conditioning system are solid installations. They can be fitted quickly and neatly by specialist cooling and air-conditioning firms.