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Find the right air conditioning solution for listed buildings.
Smart Air Conditioning solutions
for Listed Buildings
As with many Grade II listed buildings, modernising this type of property can be a challenge. Particularly if you want to install air conditioning. Temperature can be an issue in listed buildings. You tend to find that older properties are very hot in the summer and very cold in the winter. Installing air conditioning can help regulate the temperature in your home.
Guidelines in city centres, conservation areas and Grade II listed buildings prohibit traditional external condensing units. This includes the drilling of any holes in the external walls of the building. In this scenario ACS are able to install a water cooled internal condenser system. The internal integrated water cooling technology can be contained within the room and plumbed into your water supply. For aesthetic and practical reasons, we are able to conceal the condensing box of the air conditioning unit out of view. This can be stored in a cupboard, under a sink or where convenient in your home. They also have low noise output.
If you live in a Grade II listed building in London or the Home Counties, our expert team would love to discuss your options with you. Get in touch with us for more information on alternative air conditioning solutions.
Wall Mounted Units for Listed Buildings
Wall mounted units are a popular and versatile solution. Available in different sizes and colours, this unit can easily be tailored to suit your style and needs. We install wall mounted units from a range of manufacturers.
A single unit is ideal for an average room, but can accommodate a larger space with multiple units. In addition, they are one of the more cost-effective air conditioning solutions.
Ducted Units for Listed Buildings
Ducted air conditioning units are entirely concealed in a suspended ceiling and managed with a wall mounted controller. The only visible element are small grilles in the ceiling. These grilles are available in different designs.
In addition, reverse conditioning cycle allows for heating, enabling effective climate control all year around. For restricted buildings, we can install ducted air conditioning with no external unit.
Water Cooled Units for Listed Buildings
Building restrictions often mean that a traditional external condenser unit cannot be installed. Some property owners are therefore restricted on the type of air conditioning they can install. We can provide the alternative cooling solution with water cooled condensing units.
These units use mains water to provide cool air. In addition, they operate with low power consumption and enhanced efficiency.
Air Conditioning Features for Listed buildings
Can you install air conditioning in your listed building?
If you are lucky enough to live in a listed building, you might suspect that it won’t be possible to install an air conditioning system in your home.