Heating and Ventilation Pro's Helping Clients' Cut Emissions and Costs

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Stringent climate change legislation and escalating running costs mean that businesses are struggling to balance energy efficiency with comfort. A 'one size fits all' approach to air conditioning no longer works.

Studies suggest that tenants are willing to pay more for efficient buildings. It is estimated that energy efficient buildings in the United States, for example, could achieve 5-10% higher rents over the long term and command a 15% premium in capital value.

Stringent climate change legislation and escalating running costs mean that businesses are struggling to balance energy efficiency with comfort. A 'one size fits all' approach to air conditioning no longer works. All Seasons, one of London's most respected air conditioning companies, is helping clients increase energy efficiency while reducing costs with a tailored service and the latest energy efficient products.

Buildings account for 40% of all carbon emissions so improving the efficiency of heating and ventilation equipment, particularly in older buildings, forms a key part of Britain's emissions reduction strategy. With businesses being required to phase out and replace their lower temperature refrigeration systems using R22 by 2015, these changes will have resounding financial implications for organisations of all sizes country-wide.

All Seasons Air Conditioning London believes that a holistic approach to air conditioning is the answer. By looking at how the various components interact in order to achieve the most effective solution, and then matching that to the demands of the entire project, they ensure their clients' investment helps them achieve the highest level of efficiency possible.

Products like Daikin's Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV), an 'intelligent' heat recovery air conditioning and heating system delivers high performance, enhanced energy efficiency and space-saving design. It is ideal for computerised buildings like hotels, banks, offices and hospitals, giving owners lower energy costs, reduced emissions and improved comfort. Developers and estate owners are also realising that they can attract more competitive rates for premises that have low energy consumption given the cost and carbon savings they offer.

Eddie Maxwell, All Seasons Air Conditioning ' Managing Director, says, "Studies suggest that tenants are willing to pay more for efficient buildings. It is estimated that energy efficient buildings in the United States, for example, could achieve 5-10% higher rents over the long term and command a 15% premium in capital value."

All Seasons Air Conditioning London also stocks a comprehensive range of state of the art products, including Daikin's Commercial Multi System (CMSQ) which is designed for light commercial multi applications. An R-410A heat pump system is inverter-controlled for maximum comfort and efficiency, allowing for individual control of up to four indoor units of varying types and sizes. Extremely quiet, its flexible piping lengths means it can be fitted on walls, roof and even outdoors. It is designed for applications with multiple rooms/areas such as shops, offices, restaurants and other similar premises, giving them flexibility in installation and control while recognising the needs unique to large commercial applications.

All Seasons Air Conditioning ' clients include City Limits, Bromley Court Hotel, Sunseekers, Albert Court Mansions, Care Aspirations and Arien Contractors.

For more information contact Eddie Maxwell at eddie(at)beattheheat.co.uk or call 0208 551 0234 or visit http://www.beattheheat.co.uk .
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About All Seasons
Taken over in 2000 by Eddie Maxwell, All Seasons has built a solid reputation as one of the leading air conditioning and companies in London. Members of the HVCA, they specialise in design, installation and maintenance of air conditioning and heating systems, and are contractors for all the leading brands.
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Notes to Editors:
For high resolution images, appointments or samples please contact:

Angela Siddle at eddie(at)beattheheat.co.uk or call 0208 551 0234 or visit http://www.beattheheat.co.uk .

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