Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning and Heating Services – Loughborough based

Loughborough Heating and Air Conditioning installers & maintenance

Ceiling mounted Indoor Air Conditioning Unit

We supply, install, service and maintain Commercial and Domestic Air Conditioning Units.

Wth the benefit of being NICEIC approved electrical contractors and FGAS registered it allows us to offer a cost effective service when installing any heating and Air Conditioning units as we can both install the electricity supply and air conditioning unit so saving time and additional costs for our customers.

LG Artcool Gallery

LG Artcool Gallery Indoor AC Unit

Service & Maintenance

When any heating or air conditioning system has not been maintained it can create an uncomfortable and unproductive working environment. With our maintenance contract we can provide all the aftercare you need for the control of your environment and efficiency of your equipment. 

Some examples of areas we offer our heating and air conditioning maintenance and service:

  • Home
  • Restaurants
  • Shops
  • Offices
  • Schools

As a member of Quidos we are Fully Trained in Safe Handling of Refrigerant.

 All Our Work Is Carried Out Safely And To The Highest Possible Standards Available.

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We will carry out a system audit and arrange inspections to help ensure you meet your obligations. Many leaks and problems can be avoided through expert system design, service and maintenance. We are trained to work with refrigerants and will be able to recommend the correct remedial action where it is required.

We are able as FGAS qualified Air Conditioning installers & maintenance engineers in Loughborough to provide our services in & around Shepshed, Coalville, Hathern, Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, Coalville, Melton Mowbray, Hinckley and beyond.




The phase out of R22 From 1 Jan 2010 it became illegal to use virgin hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) such as R-22 when servicing and maintaining air conditioning equipment. This is an issue for many as R-22 was the most commonly used refrigerant until about 2002. Until the 31 December 2014 temporary use of recycled/recovered R-22 is possible but availability could be limited and costs high. From 1 January 2015 sales or use of recycled/recovered R-22 will be prohibited.

How does this law affect you?

Users of R22 Systems need to start planning the phase out of R22 & also take into consideration:

  • Only recycled R22 is available. Supplies are rapidly running out and have increased in price by over 100%, which will increase until supplies are exhausted.
  • All R22 systems are now obsolete and spare parts are not normally available.
  • Drop-in gasses are available but manufactures do not recommend this as you would only be looking at about 3 – 6 months run time before major problems with the outdoor condenser units.
  • On the 31st December 2014 there will be a complete ban on use of recycled & drop-in refrigerant.