Over recent years the UK has experienced a severity of weather conditions variations. February 2019 recorded the hottest day since records began, we also saw multiple wildfires. While comparing it to the same month the previous year, the weather direction swept in from Russia bringing heavy snowfall and plummeting temperatures.
In April 2018 the UK experienced four days of sweltering heat, moving forward a few months to July the temperature was recorded at 35.3°C making the summer of 2018 the joint hottest on record.
Now is the time to consider the best ways to make new and existing buildings minimise energy use and carbon emissions in both design and operation.
Our customers are increasingly requesting air conditioning units to be installed and we actively use the new generation of greener units available from today’s growing market.
From offices to an individual’s homes, now is the time to consider investing in air conditioning, considering cost as well as the environment and carbon footprint. Modern air conditioners are designed to heat and cool spaces, they are extremely versatile, and we continuously ensure the correct system installed, best matches the location of install. The air conditioning industry must meet the F-Gas Regulations brought in by the European Parliament in 2014 with their main objective to reduce emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gases.
The impact of climate change is being felt across the world. Weather conditions being experienced are longer periods of draught, more frequent wildfires and an increase intensity of storms with patterns and temperatures continually fluctuating.
At BSE FM we understand our obligations and will support with a planned approach to changes required by the F-Gas Regulations while considering our clients desires and pre-requisite.
If you’re considering air conditioning units and would like more information, please call our offices or contact us.