The summer months are a popular time for completing a whole host of renovation projects. Loft conversions being one of them, are ideal for adding value and space to your property. Installing air conditioning in your new loft space offers benefits in many forms.
Converting your loft space offers a whole host of options when it comes to meeting the demands of your family life. Whether you create an extra bedroom, office or even a children’s playroom, a loft conversion is a great solution for making the most out of the available space in your property.
After all, did you know that the UK is renowned for having some of the smallest living spaces in Europe? With this in mind, every inch of your home’s available space counts.
Why should you install air conditioning in your loft?
If you are considering investing in a loft conversion, you should also consider installing an air conditioning unit. This is to ensure that you are able to create a cool and comfortable living space that you can enjoy all year round.
Lofts are renowned for being one of the warmest rooms in any property. This is because heat rises from the other rooms in your home. With this in mind, loft spaces can become incredibly uncomfortable during the summer months. This is particularly true in areas such as London where temperatures frequently reach 30 degrees or more. The good news is, it’s easier than you might think to successfully install air conditioning in your loft space.
What are the benefits of air conditioning?
Air conditioning offers a range of benefits for your loft conversion space. Firstly, having full control over the climate and temperature in your home means that you can always get a good night’s sleep, even during those unbearable summer nights.
In addition, they are great for improving air quality and regulating humidity levels in your home. This is particularly important during the summer months as air conditioners help reduce dust and allergen particles in the air, providing some relief for those who suffer from allergies. The improved air quality not only benefits your health, but helps to remove any lingering odours, leaving you home smelling and feeling fresh.
What are my options if I live in a restricted property or have limited space?
Unlike traditional air conditioning systems, water cooled internal condensers require no planning permission or outside condenser. This flexibility makes this type of AC system perfect for installation in apartments, listed buildings and properties with limited space.
The condensing unit is hidden within the property and uses mains water in a controlled manner to remove heat. With a low noise output, you can sit back and enjoy your new space in optimum comfort.
Armed with over 30 years of experience, we have vast experience in installing all types of high performance air conditioning systems in commercial and residential properties. If you are considering installing an air conditioning system in your property, please get in touch. Our team of expert engineers offer free advice and site surveys. Let us help you find the ideal air conditioning solution for your property.