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Why do London property owners choose internal air conditioning solutions?

The British summer can be a wonderful time of year when you can find the time to soak up the sunshine outdoors. Our busy schedules often mean that we end up spending a lot of our time indoors, which can be challenging in the summer heat. It can become an even bigger challenge when building restrictions mean that you cannot install an air conditioning unit to help combat rising temperatures. Internal air conditioning units are the ideal solution to help overcome common obstacles faced by London property owners. They host a range of benefits for both residential and commercial properties. As a result, it has become a highly sought-after product by property owners in London and surrounding areas.

What are the benefits of air conditioning?

Air Quality

Along with the ability to control the temperature in your property, a good air conditioning system will also help you control the air quality. Since we spend the majority of our time indoors, air quality control can have a positive impact on your health. The filtering system purifies the air by removing dust and allergens from your living or commercial space. In addition, they are effective in regulating humidity levels.


When it is stifling hot outside, regulated temperatures and improved air quality can result in increased productivity levels. This can be both at home and work. This is also an important factor for retail environments. Employees and customers struggle as temperatures soar and footfall can take a real hit as a result.

What are the benefits of internal air conditioning units?

Property Restrictions

One of the main benefits of internal air conditioning systems is that they help to overcome property restrictions that many property owners face. Buildings such as apartments and listed buildings need planning permission in order to install an A/C unit, which can often lead to a dead end. With internal units there is no need for an external condenser box, which means that there is no need to apply for planning permission. This is one of the main reasons that London property owners opt for internal air conditioning solutions.

Hidden Condenser

Outdoor condenser units and vents are often perceived as unsightly and can affect the aesthetic of your home or commercial building. Internal units are hidden within the property, usually in concealed spaces, for example, beneath kitchen counters. This means that you can install an A/C unit without having to compromise on the visual aesthetic of your property.

Low Noise and Wi-Fi Control

Internal air conditioning units function with low noise output. This means that you can enjoy the cool air with little disruption. The units are also Wi-Fi enabled, allowing you to easily access and adjust unit settings, for comfort and ease.

Water Cooled Technology

Unlike traditional air conditioning systems, internal water-cooled systems use water mains in a controlled manner in order to effectively remove heat from a wide range of spaces. Water-cooled air-conditioning systems are becoming increasingly popular in London properties such as apartments and shops where no outdoor unit is permitted.

Key benefits of internal water-cooled air-conditioning systems

  • New inverter technology compressors mean low power consumption
  • Reverse heat pump technology allows for a heating facility as an added benefit
  • No outdoor unit required
  • Condenser unit hidden within your property
  • Energy efficient air-conditioning technology
  • Whisper quiet operation

Here at ACS Installations, we specialise in providing a wide range of air conditioning units that are suitable for use in a wide range of properties, including apartments, flats, and listed buildings in London! We are pioneers of water-cooled air-conditioning and specialise in installing and maintaining internal air conditioning units.  Get in touch today to find out more.

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