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Preschool facility seeks air conditioning upgrade

The expansion of a building requires a number of logistical factors to be considered – including the installation of additional air conditioning equipment to ensure a greater cooling capacity is provided. So when a children’s nursery in Berkshire opted to increase the size of their existing premises rather than relocate to a new site, Andrews Air Conditioning were contacted to help make the transition as smooth as possible.

As the original supplier of cooling services prior to the development, we were asked to recommend an appropriate arrangement that would cater for an extended ground floor as well as private offices directly above.

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By assessing the application once renovation was complete, we were able to gain an excellent understanding of its future requirements and thus recommended a suitable classification accordingly. A Mitsubishi Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) system was duly selected because of its seasonal energy efficiency, low operational costs and greatly curbed CO2 emissions.

The indoor units used were a combination of Toshiba Cassettes and high wall models – both of which offer high performance and unobtrusive climate control without excessive power consumption.

Our technicians liaised directly with both the building management company and the client in charge, with both agreeing that the installation proposed was the best course of action.

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