Here are examples of air conditioning units we install and brief explanations of their functions and advantages. When you call us out for a quotation, we will determine how much heating/cooling you will need in the space, as well as assist you in making the right choice for your home and business.

Keeping your customers and staff comfortable is the primary concern for all businesses and climate control is a huge part of that. When recommending air conditioners for your own business, it is essential that one takes into consideration the room shape and seating arrangements before deciding on the location of the air conditioning unit/s. We provide a free site survey no matter how big or small the job. All surveys are carried out by our highly-experienced air conditioning surveyors who can tackle even the toughest of installations.

Wall Mounted Air Conditioners

  • Wall mounted air conditioners are probably the most common units used in a residential/business environment. They are typically the most cost-effective option and the units are long, thin and placed at a high level on the wall. Some brands have colour options such as white, black/white and titanium.
  • Whilst wall-mounted units are the cheapest option, it is still important to place them correctly for maximum comfort and effect. They should be placed as centrally as possible on a wall to ensure that the airflow can cover the whole room.
  • For larger space, it is advantageous to place multiple lower-powered units around the room rather than having fewer more-powerful units. This ensures an even airflow and removes the chance of getting hot/cold spots in the seating area.
  • Depending on the space size, clients can choose from single to multiple units so the entire room enjoys the full benefit of the air flow.

Standard cassette

  • In ‘Cassette’ system, the indoor air handler is not installed on a wall or floor. Instead, it is installed in the ceiling and the conditioned air is released through a small discharge grille.
  • You can avoid having to damage your wall just to set up a unit. It also allows you to free spaces on the wall that can be used for something else.
  • Standard cassette units are very popular in business environment. Although they are slightly more expensive than wall mounted units, the indoor units are almost entirely hidden within a suspended ceiling and are therefore more discreet and aesthetically pleasing.
  • They also have the advantage of providing four-way airflow so they are ideal for large offices where multiple areas must receive balanced cooling. Some cassette units also have individually controlled louvers so that you direct the air around your space as required.

Compact/One-way Cassette

  • A compact cassette has all features of standard cassette units. The only difference is the compact size with same power of cooling. For the compact size of 600mm X 600mm, it can be perfectly installed in small space.
  • The picture left shows an example of one-way cassette unit. It is a perfect alternative for the place where a standard or compact cassette unit is not suitable.
  • Both perfect for commercial and residential premises that are generally large open-plan areas and they can be installed on suspended ceilings, simultaneously freeing up the wall space and providing an unobtrusive aesthetic.
  • Further benefits of the units are that they tend to be exceptionally quiet, making them almost unnoticeable as well as a likelihood to be very energy efficient; helping the environment and your outgoings.

Floor Console

  • Flow console air conditioners are very similar to the wall units explained however, they are placed at a low level on the wall. They are more expensive than traditional wall units, but customers sometimes prefer them because, like radiators, they are placed out of their line of sight.
  • These units are often used in bedrooms within converted lofts as they fit neatly on the short wall below a sloping ceiling and they are also perfectly matched in conservatories, where a high wall or ceiling is not available.
  • Similar with wall mounted units, they have pros such as energy efficiency and lower lifetime costs.

Floor standing

  • Floor standing air conditioning units are compact and ideal for anyone wanting the convenience and access of positioning their unit closer to the floor.
  • They come in a wide selection of capacities and can be installed along a perimeter wall and these are the ideal way to save space and achieve the balanced air distribution for residential as well as functional spaces.
  • Since ducts could be a source of heat/cooling loss, a standard standing unit can be more efficient as there is no ducts required.

Under ceiling

  • This air conditioning unit is an intelligent approach for use in conference rooms or auditoriums as the air distributed could reach a significant distance from the unit, giving it a substantial coverage area.
  • Installed tight to both wall and ceiling, these have a direct airflow range of up to 8 metres. Ideal for every situation where heat is an issue. For commercial kitchens in restaurants, stainless steel under ceiling unit is ideal for its easy cleaning.
  • It is also ideal in an application where there is no ceiling void for a cassette or a ducted unit to be installed and with capacity as this unit has wide range of 6.0 to 14.0 kw, which perfectly suit to any application.


  • Ducted air conditioning systems are ideal for spaces that are looking for an ‘invisible’ air conditioner. These units are installed in ceiling voids and air is carried via ducts then dispersed through grills in the ceiling. Ideal for open plan places as well as areas you would rather not see any air conditioning unit on view.
  • They are usually the most expensive option; however, they are also the most aesthetically pleasing as the duct-work and internal units are hidden entirely within a suspended ceiling with only small grilles remaining visible.
  • Installing a ducted system is best undertaken as part of a building project when launching a new property or premises. They can even be retrofitted with very little disturbance if a suspended ceiling is already in place.


  • Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) system is one of the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) type in the building. VRV system is a multi-split type air conditioner that uses variable refrigerant flow control to provide customers with the ability to maintain individual zone control in each room and floor of a building.
  • The VRV and VRF systems have a number of benefits. The outdoor units are compact and can be placed close together, minimising the space required outside the premises. These systems also allow all individual indoor units to be set individually, meaning you are able to choose the temperature inside. The systems also enable multiple indoor machines to be fitted for every single external machine.