Sensible Air Solutions offer a complete service to help you decide upon the appropriate air conditioning system for your individual requirements.
We can advise you as to which system to use, and how to install it. We appreciate that everyone will have particular needs, and our free site survey is there to help you get exactly what you are looking for.
More details are on our ‘Choosing the Right Air Conditioning System for Your Needs’ page
Modern air conditioning is now available in a huge range of styles, sizes, capability and functionality.
Typical systems are
- Wall Mounted
- Floor or Ceiling Mounted
- Ceiling Mounted Cassette
- Multi-Split Systems
- VRF Variable Refrigerant Flow System
- Rooftop Packaged Unit
- Heat Recovery systems
Each have their own advantages, and this is why we strongly recommend you take advantage of our free consultation so we can discuss with you what might be the best option for your circumstances, and your budget!
More information about the above systems can be found here
We specialise in the design, installation, service & maintenance of all air conditioning systems. With over 20 years’ experience in the industry SAS has grown and maintained an excellent reputation for a reliable , quality and cost effective service throughout the North West and surrounding areas.
We can supply and install all kinds of different types of air conditioning systems. We don’t employ pushy salesmen, only hands on engineers who can offer experienced professional advice.
We offer a free no obligation site survey where you will incline the best options available to start your budget at the right price.
To get started, you have several options –
- Request a Free Site Survey.
- Get a Quote.
- Ask for Advice to begin with.
We are here to help, and nothing is too much trouble.
If you want to ask anything just get in touch!
Sensible Air Solutions can offer service/maintenance and breakdown packages to suit your requirements.
From one off annual visits to regular monthly visits we can service/maintain all types of air conditioning equipment in all types of environments from residential through to industrial. Our engineers are fully qualified to industry standard and our flexibility allows us to work around your business hours. Under EU F-Gas Regulations it is a legal requirement for you to ensure that your air conditioning is inspected regularly by qualified engineers.
We can also provide our customers with a 24 hour, 365 days a year maintenance cover with optional 24 hour emergency call out.
This is for applications such as catering and server/communications rooms where temperature is critical and down time has to be kept to a minimum.
People perform less effectively and less efficiently in extreme temperatures, When temperatures are too high, fatigue and the risk of accidents increases. When temperatures are too low, concentration levels fall.
Installing comfort cooling/ heating systems which maintain a constant comfortable working temperature of 21c means businesses can gain significant benefits on their bottom line as research shows that by doing this productivity can be increased by as much as 20% due to increased concentration, health and general well-being of employees.
Key Benefits of Climate Control in the Workplace
- Reduced energy costs
- Improved productivity of employees
- Improved environmental performance in the workplace
- Reduced environmental impact
Most modern air conditioners now have a reverse cycle feature which allows them to provide warm air as well as cold. This is a benefit especially in winter months when traditional heating methods like radiators and electric heaters create stuffy and dust-ridden environments.
Air to air heat pump air conditioning systems produce hot air which is circulated around the room, which in turn allows the occupants to feel warm whilst moving the air around to prevent dust which can be beneficial to allergy sufferers.
Heat recovery systems can save up to 30% capital costs on heating and cooling and can decrease your carbon footprint. This system extracts stale air and recovers heating or cooling energy from the conditioned space to warm or cool the incoming fresh air supply.
This is also a cost effective way of heating a room because the system is not using energy to heat the air in a cool environment but is removing the air and replacing it with heat. This will mean that employees will feel more comfortable at a lower temperature and there is not a contrast between the cool air and warmth you would get next to a radiator or electric heater.
Retail outlets will also find this option keeps the whole floor warm instead of concentrating the heat in a few areas.
A ground source heat pump can be used to extract heat energy from the ground in winter and to transfer the heat into buildings. Equally it can be used to provide a very efficient mechanism for heat to escape from buildings down into the ground in summer.
They can be installed anywhere in the UK, using a borehole or shallow trenches or, less commonly, by extracting heat from a pond, a lake or the sea. Heat collecting pipes in a closed loop, containing water (with a little antifreeze) are used to extract this stored energy, which can then be used to provide space heating and domestic hot water.
Heat pumps can also be reversed in summer to provide cooling. Heat pumps are much cheaper to run than direct electric heating systems. GSHPs are cheaper to run than oil boilers and can be cheaper than running gas boilers.
Because heat pumps can be fully automated they demand much less work than biomass boilers.
The Renewable Heat Incentive is a financial encouragement to install ground source heat pumps in commercial buildings: Ofgem will pay 8.84 pence per kW hour generated every quarter for the next 20 years.
Ground source heat pumps have a key part to play in meeting the UK’s binding renewable energy targets by 2020.