air conditioning for apartments

Is your London apartment hot and stuffy all year round? Need air conditioning but have no outside access? Here’s how ACS can help.

It’s not surprising that more and more of us are installing air conditioning in our apartments, particularly those living in London.

No matter how you style, renovate, or decorate your apartment and however you choose to lay out your rooms, apartments can all too often become hot and stuffy. Not to mention the overbearing sunlight that can flood your flat at certain times of day, making it difficult to sleep, watch TV, and carry out a whole range of every day activities.

But the good news is, there is a solution. Installing air conditioning in your apartment will help restore your living space to a comfortable temperature all year round.

Of course, many London apartment owners are concerned that they won’t be able to install an air con system in their home, as they are unable to drill holes in their exterior walls or install external condensers. This couldn’t be further from the truth! Water cooled air conditioning systems (air conditioning with no external unit) are the perfect way to cool your flat.

What is a water cooled air conditioning unit?

Water cooled air conditioning systems don’t require an outside condenser, everything is enclosed within your property. This means that no outside access is required, and no planning permission is required.

Ideal for fitting in apartments and listed buildings, these air con units are also easy to conceal so they won’t impact on the aesthetic of your home. What’s more, these systems provide a high level of comfort, are low noise so they won’t interrupt your daily life (or your sleep!) and are cost-effective.

So, if you’re looking to take the temperature in your London apartment down a notch and restore a cool, calm, and collected atmosphere, make sure a water cooled air conditioning unit is your first port of call!

At ACS, we supply a range of air con systems to suit your requirements. To find out more, please get in touch.