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F Gas and R22 Replacement

Replace and reap the rewards!

In light of the new legislation, R22 time to replaceAIRCONAIRE is working together with major manufacturers, to demonstrate why it now makes sense to replace ageing systems with newer and more efficient equipment.

In England & Wales, the Energy Performance of Buildings Regulations, requires that air conditioning systems over 12Kw are inspected by accredited personnel to assess their energy performance.

Airconaire offers a FREE no obligation consultation and site survey. For more information and to find out the best replacement options available to you, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Kent: 01634 711264  -  London: 0207 125 0129  -  Email: [email protected]

Airconaire can support you in this requirement.

Carbon Trust -Interest FREE Loans to Replace Splits, Chillers and Packaged Equipment
Small & medium sized businesses could receive, from the Carbon Trust, an INTEREST FREE LOAN of up to 400,000 to REPLACE ageing air conditioning systems, making your business become more efficient and help lower energy bills and cut carbon emissions.fgas

Lower Fuel Bills-Enjoy huge savings in both energy and fuel bills by replacing dated systems with latest advanced products.

Reduce CO2 Emissions-New low carbon technologies provide powerful solutions offering optimum efficiency and minimum CO2.

Low Installation Costs-'Replacement Technology' enables existing pipe work to be used, minimising disruption, downtime and installation costs.

Welcome Tax Incentives-Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECA) offers
businesses tax incentives to evaluate their use of energy and investment
in improved efficiency.

Renewed Warranty-All clients will benefit from the renewed warranty
protection, offered as standard with new systems.

Airconaire is a REFCOM ELITE registered company and f gas
is licensed to handle and safely dispose of refrigerants and our engineers are qualified to the new City & Guilds 2079 F-Gas certification.

For more information on the Current Legislation
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