Air Conditioning Services
160 Desborough Rd, Plymouth
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Home to both England’s oldest working gin distillery and what’s reputed to be the globe’s oldest commercial bakery, Plymouth grew as a shipping port during the industrial revolution – exporting local tin, copper, arsenic and more, while handling American imports.
Today, the economy of the second largest city in the south west is growing faster than the country’s. Plymouth contributes over £4.3 billion to the UK.
It is, of course, a crucial armed forces and maritime city, with everything from Britain’s only nuclear submarine refitting naval base and the Royal Navy Engineering College, to the Marine Biological Association’s headquarters and Marine Science laboratories researching climate change and more.
With the University of Plymouth and two large colleges training the engineers, technicians and local tradesmen of tomorrow, you’re not short of professionals to help you get the job done.
From renewable energy in Efford to bathroom fitters in Camels Head and carpenters in West Park, refer to our Plymouth directory of local tradesmen.
In the summer heat, open windows only fill your home with more hot air, while fans simply don’t reduce room temperature or humidity to a comfortable level. Only air conditioning provides proper ventilation and removes microorganisms.
Air conditioning units blow cooler air into your home or business by pulling the heat out of it. But the system is much more complicated than it sounds. A blocked filter, leaky ducts and faults with the refrigerator charge will cause air flow problems and less cold air than usual.
But don't sweat it. These air conditioning experts are a dab hand at everything from installation to air conditioning maintenance, and repairs.