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aircon installation

Professional aircon installation is important to ensure that your units run consistently and efficiently for a long period of time. Providing a long-lasting and trouble-free AC system will depend on both the quality of the installer and the aircon unit itself. 

At Cool Runnings, our staff are all FGAS trained, and we are REFCOM registered, and we only work with market leading indoor unit brands such as Mitsubishi and Fujitsu.

 

For both commercial and domestic air conditioning systems, we will ensure that our installation service causes the minimum amount of disruption to your property and staff or family.

Wherever possible we’ll install on a date and at a time that’s convenient, and we always clean up after ourselves!

aircon installation

Aircon Installation cost

As an estimate, the average wall mounted air conditioner installation cost is between £1500 - £2500. 

The main factors that affect installation costs are:

  • Size of the room/property.

  • Type of air con unit/heating system

  • Quality of the unit/s being installed

  • Features of the unit i.e. remote control, timer, Wi-Fi or app access, sleep mode etc

 

For an accurate ac unit installation cost or to book an installation, contact us today for a no obligation site visit and quotation.

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how does air conditioning work?

We fit split air conditioning systems, which includes both an indoor and outdoor unit. Indoor units are placed at high level in order to supply the room with an even air flow. The units are very quiet, so won’t interrupt your sleep, work or favourite tv show. 

The outdoor unit works to remove the heat from your indoor unit, which it releases outside. Your outdoor unit can be on an outside wall, roof or balcony, or on the ground of your land (e.g. in the garden). In addition to these units, we will provide all other necessary equipment for your installation, whatever the height or location.

Benefits of wall split air conditioning systems

  •  Higher efficiency and quieter than portable units 

  •  Better cooling output than portable units

  •  Keeps floor space at a maximum

  •  No visible ducting 

  •  No requirement for window venting

  •  Remote, app, or voice control options

 

We also offer commercial aircon installation services to business premises, such as offices, gyms, schools, student accommodation and hotels. Please get in touch for more information.

 

After installation, we are still there to help you, with servicing and repairs

benefits of your air conditioning installation

Benefits of air conditioning in your premises go beyond simply cooling the room.

Our customers in Norfolk and Suffolk enjoy these extra benefits from their air conditioning:

  1. Complete temperature control.

  2. Improved levels of comfort and wellness.

  3. Dehumidified, clean, mould-free air

  4. Decreased likelihood of airborne sickness due to the increased circulation of fresh air.

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why choose us?

We are all about keeping you comfortable all year round.

Good ole British weather certainly has its ups and downs and the majority of us aren’t prepared for it. So that’s where we come in! We understand how those hot, sleepless and stuffy nights in the summer can leave you feeling worse for wear. Now imagine having an air conditioner in your room, you’ve got your sleep and comfort back with a click of a button.

 

On the other hand when we hit those colder months there’s nothing worse than being chilled to your bones. With that in mind, all you have to do is pop your air conditioner to the heating mode and you’ve got instant heat.

 

We enjoy what we do and while we are all about keeping our customers feeling comfortable, we are also big on promoting a more eco-friendly way to heat and cool your home and work space. Now more than ever we understand how important it is to also reduce energy costs. 

 

We take pride in our work, so we will never rush a job and we always allow for enough time. From the moment you enquire we will go above and beyond to fulfill your needs and help choose the right air con unit for both your needs and budget. We are here for you from fixed price quotes to installations to repairs. We are on hand to answer any questions that you may have.

Frequently asked questions

  • What areas do you cover?
    We cover Norfolk and Suffolk.
  • What size Air Conditioning unit do I need?
    This all depends on the space that you want to heat/cool. Please contact us and one of our engineers will visit your location to assess your requirements and suggest the best solution.
  • What do I get with an Air Conditioning system?
    You will receive an indoor and outdoor unit. The outdoor unit (the condenser) can either be hung on the wall or placed on the floor.
  • Do I have to get my Air Conditioning unit serviced?
    We suggest getting your Air Conditioning units serviced every year as this will keep your units running smoothly. Contact us to book your service today!
  • Where does the outdoor condenser get installed?
    The condenser can be either wall mounted or placed on the floor. We suggest having at least 1m spacing around the unit for optimal airflow.
  • For maximum cooling, when should I turn on start the air conditioner?
    From sunrise, the sun will immediately begin warming the brickwork in your building. You should therefore start the air conditioner approximately 2 hours before the sun begins to shine into the room. This will help to remove the heat from the brickwork, so when the sun also shines into the room, the unit is not struggling to remove heat from both the sun and from the brickwork.
  • How do I care for my air conditioner?
    Air conditioners should be considered for regular maintenance in the same way that you would service a boiler or heating system. A regularly used aircon unit should be serviced annually, but a rarely used unit can be serviced less often. At Cool Runnings we offer a full maintenance service. Regular servicing helps to prevent your unit breaking down, whilst keeping it at peak efficiency and reduces the energy cost of running the unit, whilst also increasing its life.
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