Heat pump systems maintain an optimum comfort zone of 18-24°C. Energy efficient systems will cool in summer and provide heating in winter with reduced running costs. Specific indoor units are equipped with filters that remove dust, pollen, odours and smoke etc. which is ideal for allergy sufferers. In cooling mode the humidity in the air is reduced, keeping the surroundings feeling fresh and pleasant. Air-conditioning creates a comfortable working environment, helping employees to feel relaxed and therefore increasing productivity.
This is a Government tax incentive for energy efficient systems. Systems listed on the Energy Technology List are eligible for Enhanced Capital Allowance which enables a profitable organisation to recover 100% tax allowance in the first year on the total cost of the systems, including all of the installation costs.
This saves up to 40% of the capital costs of the equipment. Inverter air-conditioning systems are up to 5 times more efficient in heating mode than conventional heating systems such as boilers or electrical heating methods.
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The Government has targets to reduce the overall CO2 emissions. 5% VAT is applicable on the following: Residential, Domestic, Nursing Homes, Rest Homes & Student Accommodation Charities – Organisations that can provide an authentic charity number which can be backed up by a certificate.
Regular Maintenance will ensure that any malfunction is detected and rectified quickly before any serious component failures occur. Poorly maintained systems increase your energy bills by up to 30%. Preventative maintenance also ensures maximum operating efficiency, reduces running costs and extends the lifespan of the equipment.