Air cons beat radiators, in the toasty stakes

Have you switched on your central heating yet or are you resisting by adding extra layers of clothing? No one can deny that the heatwave is well and truly over, and temperatures have been plummeting over the last few weeks.

Heating your home, or business premises, can be costly during the autumn and winter months but it doesn’t need to be. A modern air conditioning system can heat as well as cool, and often is much more economical than switching on your central heating.

 

How much money could I save?

 

Exactly how much money you could save, will depend on your usage but an air condition system usually produces three kilowatts of heat for every one kilowatt of electricity used, whereas a central heating system will only produce one kilowatt of heat. So an air con system could cut your heating bills by as much as a third. Wow.

We find that many of our customers tell us that they wish they’d made the switch years ago, because of the cost savings.

 

Great time to get an air con system fitted

 

If you do decide that you want an air con system, there’s no point waiting until next summer to get one fitted. If you enquire now, you could be feeling the benefit in just a few weeks and be able to enjoy lower energy bills straight away. If you wait until the next heatwave, you could be faced with quite a few weeks wait – and miss out.

We have air con systems to suit every budget, so get in touch with us today to discuss your requirements. We offer the latest technology and strive for 100% customer satisfaction so that you can be assured that the air con system you have installed will be long-lasting and offer amazing features and benefits.  

We install air cons in Manchester, Cheshire, Yorkshire and further afield. Distance isn’t an issue.

You can give us a call on 0161 941 5038 or you can fill in our contact form and we’ll be in touch. Let’s get your home ready for winter.

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