When it comes to air conditioning listed buildings, there can be several challenges to overcome. From the potential need to obtain planning permission for any external modifications, through to the preservation of interior structures and décor, installing air conditioning in a listed building should only be undertaken by a qualified & experienced professional.
Here at Air Options, we have provided listed building air conditioning experience since 1995 and have installed many air conditioning systems across a range of grade I & grade II listed buildings in London and the home counties.
A little over 10 years ago, we were approached about installing air conditioning in a grade II listed building on Laurence Pountney Hill within the City of London and have since built a long-standing relationship with the client, maintaining the system we were contracted to install.
It was evident from point of first contact that the building in question was of great historic significance, and that the installation needed to be managed with discretion and treated with a great deal of care.
Having had previous experience of installing air conditioning systems within listed buildings, the client was confident that we were able to carry out the installation efficiently, and in liaising directly with our management team, we minimised disruption throughout the installation process.
Since completing the installation, we have been contracted to provide air conditioning maintenance managed at six-monthly intervals, to ensure system efficiency and reduce unnecessary down time.
If you are the owner of a grade I or grade II listed building and require listed building air conditioning installation, maintenance, or repair, please contact us today for a free, no obligation quotation.