Air Conditioning & Heating Price Calculator
Please try out our heating and air conditioning calculator which will give you a simple installation price indication of your possible requirements. We hope you find this calculator a useful resource.
Get an Installation Price Calculation in Seconds
There are several factors that determine how much your air conditioning and heating installation will cost. The more accurate your answers are, the more accurate your price estimate will be.
All you need to do is fill in the questions on our air conditioning calculator above to receive an instant price estimate customised to your heating or air conditioning needs.
Central Air Installation for Home & Business
Air Conditioning systems can be installed anywhere in your business or home. Temperature control isn’t limited to a business, and can be installed within your own home to better help the flow of air and heating throughout your property and ensure a comfortable environment.
Take Control of Your Room Temperature
Tried our heating and air conditioning calculator and ready for installation? All that’s between you and the installation of your ideal air conditioning unit is our simple three step installation process. The first step towards installation is your free site visit.
If you are feeling the heat, click the button to book your survey and one of our sales team will get back in touch to discuss your requirements.
Simple 3 Step Air Conditioning & Heating Installation Process
Survey and provide quote
Once we have received your enquiry we will get in contact to organise your free survey. At this meeting, we will discuss what you are trying to achieve and the types of solutions available, with a full survey completed to allow us to correctly size the system. All data is returned back to the office and entered into our heat calculation software to enable us to size the correct unit(s) for the application. Taking into account our expertise and your requirements, a detailed quotation is produced, along with a simplified drawing to allow you to visualise how the system will be installed.
Install temperature control system
Once we have an agreement to our proposal, the job is entered into our system where all items of the work will then be managed.
On the agreed date, our team will visit your site to install your new air conditioning unit(s).
Take control of your system
Our project manager will return to site to make sure the installation is complete and give final instructions of how the temperature control system works.
Our aftercare service team will take over from this point and offer a full service and maintenance package to look after the warranty of the air conditioning system and the client's asset(s).
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Installation and maintenance of air conditioning and heating systems is a big project and due-diligence should be undertaken. That’s why it’s important to have your questions answered. Here, we list the common questions asked by our clients when requesting quotations for A/C unit installations.
What is an air conditioning system used for?
Are air conditioning units capable of both cooling and heating rooms?
Is air conditioning expensive to run?
Diagnosis & Maintainance
I have a manufacturer’s warranty, so do I really need a maintenance contract too?
The air conditioning is running but the airflow is much lower than I remember?
The fuse keeps blowing on my air conditioning – why?
I have lost my operating instructions – Can I get another copy?
What is F Gas?
Recent EU legislation means that these gases must be limited in use. The release of F gases into the atmosphere is now strictly controlled in order to safeguard the environment. Should air conditioning equipment contain 3kg of an F gas or more, legally, the owner must arrange inspections at least once a year. If the equipment contains 30kg of an F gas or more, quarterly inspections will be necessary.
We are accredited and approved by REFCOM to test F gas equipment. We can also arrange F gas checks as part of your Planned Maintenance Contract with us.
What is VRV or VRF?
The volume or flow rate of refrigerant is accurately matched to the required heating or cooling loads thereby saving energy and providing more accurate control.
In short, they are probably the best systems currently available for mid to large applications.