Changing Climates Results In Greater Use Of Air Conditioning
Our climate is changing and as the environment becomes tougher, the use of air conditioners has become very popular in many modern homes.
These days energy efficient materials are in the news frequently, and today if you want to sell your home you need an energy efficient survey done, and it is a service that ranks homes for sale by their energy rating and runs hand in hand with the usual criteria of price, location and number of bedrooms, thus buyers will be able to easily sort homes on the market by how green they are, good news indeed for cutting green-house gas emissions.
These days air conditioning units have ‘heat pump’ technology so that you can use the system for energy efficient heating during the winter months, and will certainly go a long way to make sure that your home is indeed energy efficient.
Too much heat or extreme cold can make you feel uncomfortable and can make you stressed and fatigued, simply because you can not tolerate a harsh environment. In the summer which is apparently the hottest season of the year, it is best to keep your home cool to make sure it is comfortable, but in winter, as the weather gets colder you want to keep the home warm, without costing an arm and a leg.
Installing air conditioning serves both purposes and offers cool fresh air in summer and heating in the winter, which is much more cost effective than other forms of heating. An energy rating label will determine the efficiency of the air conditioning system.
There are different styles of air conditioner and every style has its own functions and benefits, for example a ducted air conditioner is suitable for larger areas, such as hotels, shopping outlets, and medical centres. Split systems are ideal for domestic use, and are now becoming very popular with homeowners, installed into bedrooms, conservatories, kitchens, lounges and dining rooms.
It is now the perfect time to install this type of system into a home, simply because if the air conditioning system installed is a ‘heat pump’ system, it can be used for heating as well as cooling, thus due to the energy efficiency of the systems the Government allows the installer to charge domestic customers only 5% VAT.
A spokesman for Climachill air conditioning specialists based in Sussex on the South coast of the UK said, “all systems installed by Climachill come with this ‘heat pump’ technology so all our domestic customers will only pay 5% VAT for their air conditioning installation. We make sure we provide the right system within budget and on time, and all our installs conform to current building regulations, and we also offer a complete aftercare service and to further ensure that the customer gets the very best we work alongside end users, architects, designers, and contractors for the initial design stage to project completion”.
The climate in the UK is changing and whereas air conditioning was something that consumers never gave a thought to in the past, it is now very firmly on the agenda of installations that are on par with double glazing and central heating. The bonus has to be that these units can double up to heat our homes and offices in the winter.
For further information visit: www.climachill.co.uk
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