Air conditioning systems
Air condition or air con systems provide greater comfort in homes by removing heat and reducing the temperature in hot or muggy climates.
The air conditioning system is designed specifically to alter the room’s temperature and humidity. This is performed by a refrigeration cycle and can cool as well as heat, depending on the requirements.
There are also other types of air condition systems, such as the car air conditioning system.
Benefits of air conditioning systems in your home
With air conditioning controls you can set a room’s temperature to whatever you desire, allowing the perfect indoor climate. This is great during the summer, especially on those hot nights where sleeping can be extremely uncomfortable.
As well as reducing the temperature, air conditioning units are able to reduce the humidity levels too. And these systems can reduce the humidity without overly cooling the room.
Compared to fans, air conditioning systems work silently, creating a comfortable temperature with little noise. This allows you to sleep peacefully on hot nights.
Improved home security
With air condition systems you won’t have to keep the windows and doors open during the day, which will only add to your home’s security, especially at night. With the windows firmly shut you can enjoy peace of mind.
Reduced energy bills
With the heating capabilities of air conditioning systems, you can consume up to 80% less power than any other form of heating. Air con units are highly efficient, so there’s a big opportunity to make energy savings.
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Air conditioning activity in August 2014
Air conditioning Projects in the UK in August 2014
|July 2014||June / July|
|Yorkshire & Humber||2,460||74%|
|East Of England||2,020||46%|
Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.
Energy Performance of Houses
Properties are given an energy rating based on how efficient they are and ratings are shown in the data below. This ranges from A, by far the most energy efficient, to G, the least efficient. With a higher rating you're more likely to have less costly energy bills as more heat is going to be retained in the home. You are able to enhance your home's efficiency with insulation including upvc double glazing, loft lagging or wall cavity insulation.