Air Conditioning System Designs for Large Scale Projects
Air Conditioning System Designs for Residential Properties
Air Conditioning System Designs for a Detached House
Regular Client Questions about RC Cooling Air Conditioning Design
We survey the job on a site visit or request detailed drawings with room sizes so we can design
We would require a detailed drawing and a site survey. We then design according to the room sizes which would include the Air Conditioning units.
Yes for basic and simple jobs, though we may be required to do a core hole for pipes to reach the external condenser. This could be outside or through the fascia in a loft around the top of the house. In some cases we will need to cut holes to get pipework in to then re-patch after, which increases the cost.
Yes, we would require detailed drawings and a site survey.
Yes, for that we would also require detailed drawings and a site survey.
Yes, we have a wealth of experience in working alongside builders.
Yes, we can design and install Air Conditioning Systems to suit any project.
Yes, we can install Air Conditioning Systems for many different types of units including wall mounts, floor mounts and cassette type units.
Air Conditioning works in a home by simply heating up or cooling down the area your unit is feeding.
Yes, radiators are still good to have in your home as the Air Conditioning unit can be considered as almost auxiliary, providing a backup solution to your heating and cooling needs. Also, the heating side of Air Conditioning is not as comfortable in the home as heat generated by the radiator as the unit just gives the room that extra warmth and backup. However, if you install a big and powerful enough Air Conditioning system and your home is properly insulated then you will no longer require radiators.
If you have a big and powerful enough Air Conditioning System it will be fine. However, radiators remain the go-to in certain areas around the house. A really good combination with an Air Conditioning System is underfloor heating throughout your home.
Yes, though we would need to come and create a bespoke design to fit and suit your room. In some cases builder’s work may be required.
Other types of Air Conditioning units such as wall mounts, floor mounts, cassette type and chassis type units are boxed in. That means it depends on the space you have and what can be fitted in.
This varies from £1500 upwards.
This also varies and a site survey or detailed drawings, including what’s currently there and the lengths of Air Ducts, would be required.
No, all Air Conditioning systems have an external unit.
No, this is not required.
If you are a tenant or leaseholder who does not own your property or your property is a listed building and you want to install an air conditioning unit or system, you may need to have permission from your landlord or property management company. If you own the property and there are no restrictions in your lease or freehold agreement, you don’t need planning permission.
For such a big area to cover you would need a 20KW outdoor unit which would have four or five indoor units feeding from it, one for each room. We would have to be able to install the pipework and on finished homes this may require a lot of builder’s works. However, on a renovation or site this is pretty straightforward.
All different types could be used to best suit the rooms in your home. If you have a loft space then we usually advise to use that as it can feed the bedrooms below with grilles meaning the units themselves are not visible. Wall mounts are also very popular.