10, Mar, 2020

Do You Know Your AC Components?

Are you considering getting AC installed in your home or office in 2020? if you are then here is a simple break down of what the main components are, what their purpose is and whereabouts in the property they will be positioned. (1) Compressor The compressor unit is the box-shaped … Read More

2020 and 2019 on the empty road at sunset. New Year concepts

8, Mar, 2020

Summer 2020 Outlook – Hot One Presumed

The Met Office has predicted that 2020 will be another hot. Just what we need after the months of wet weather. The last few years have seen year on year temperatures rise with 2016 being the hottest in recent years.  You can read what the MET Office has predicted for … Read More

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7, Mar, 2020

More Rain = Damp Conditions for Your HVAC

Just as we thought that the rain was over following yesterday’s sunny weather e are back to rain today. The constant rain and damp conditions are not only bad more our mood, but it can also be bad for our HVAC equipment.  Damp conditions combined with a rise in temperature … Read More

CCPHVAC - how to calculate wattage

1, Mar, 2020

How to Calculate W/M2 for HVAC Equipment

Any heat pump or central air conditioning system must be correctly sized. Doing so will ensure you can save money and make the building interior more comfortable for occupants. A system either too large or too small may not provide sufficient cooling and may result in the equipment having a … Read More

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29, Feb, 2020

2020 Summer Preparations – Cooling Coil Maintenance

The summer of 2019 saw record temperature highs across the country, with thermometers reaching scorching temperatures in the mid 30s. I know at the moment those temperatures may seem a while away, but the summer of 2020 will soon be upon us. It is time to get prepared and give … Read More

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23, Feb, 2020

Project Completed – Keeping What’s Important Cool

Keeping a companies data safe is critical at the highest level. Making sure computers and servers are always at optimum temperature is crucial for prolonging the life of the equipment and the data that is being stored on them. We have recently been in Reading, Berkshire installing some Denko Downflow … Read More