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Wall-mounted air conditioning units provide an economical and cost-effective solution, suitable for a range of applications. Wall units are extremely energy efficient, helping to keep overheads down. They are also more aesthetically pleasing than larger systems and are therefore a popular choice for restaurants, shops and hotels.
At Lee Jackson air conditioning, we work with a range of businesses and install systems in small retail units through to vast, 300 room hotels, restaurants or even an office. Our experience, therefore, enables us to provide bespoke wall mounted air conditioning solutions for each individual industry designed to be as efficient and cost-effective as possible.
Wall Mounted Air Conditioning Systems are a great choice if you’re looking for flexibility, cost savings and effective temperature control. They are usually installed on walls at a high level, making them ideal for smaller rooms where there are space restrictions.
The systems are popular choices for hotels, where individual unit control is required. They are also more aesthetically pleasing than other units, meaning their slimline design will fit seamlessly with your interiors.
If you would like to find out more about the wall-mounted air conditioning solutions we offer then we’ll be happy to help. Contact us on 0800 949 9070 and we’ll talk through your specific requirements and provide a free, no-obligation quote for your HVAC installation.
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Working with some of the most highly regarded brands in the industry, including Samsung and Fujitsu, we have access to the latest technology and innovation, providing a wide variety of styles and capacities for your air con need. This also means that we can work with you to find a system that fits your budget and provides the most energy-efficient service.
There are two main types of wall mounted units on the market, with the main difference between how cool the released air is. These systems are called central AC or split systems. These systems require different installation processes and can provide different benefits for different purposes, seen within both a home and commercial setting.
Wall-mounted air conditioning units are systems which comprise two different units, utilising both an indoor and outside space. The indoor system is mounted on the wall whilst the outdoor unit is usually placed on the ground. Connected by a pipe through the wall, the two systems work together to cool the air in a home, commercial or domestic space or release warm air and moisture. This air conditioning option comes with many benefits and is suitable for smaller areas where you have a specific location you want it to be installed. As this is also a more discrete option, these units are also suitable for offices, homes and retail where it’s less noticeable but easily accessible for maintenance reasons.
Get in touch with our team on 0800 949 9070 with any air conditioning questions or queries and we’ll help to meet your needs!
Our team of engineers and installers will advise you of the best locations and surroundings for a wall-mounted air conditioning unit. After you’ve had an initial discussion of your wants and needs, we’ll analyse the environment and decide on the most efficient positioning to ensure air is spread around the space, meets all safety requirements and is easily accessed in case of any repair or maintenance.
When it comes to the requirements of placing the unit, there are a number of specifications that we advise such as avoiding walls with internal wires, piping and electrical fittings, keeping it centred in the room, choosing a frame and avoiding direct contact with a concrete wall.
If you’re looking at investing in wall-mounted air conditioning or needing someone to fit a new system, give Lee Jackson a call on 0800 949 9070 and we’ll get everything up and running!
Call our friendly team on 0800 949 9070 today and we’ll walk you through the planning, installation and maintenance process!