Local Air Conditioning in Chelmsford
Air Conditioning Installation in Chelmsford
We design extremely quiet ducted air conditioning in Chelmsford, from small inverters to large roof-top ducted package units. We are approved installers for Daikin and Toshiba, who produce high-quality air conditioning services and products. Some of the products we produce include ceiling & wall mounted air conditioning, VRV & VRF systems and heat recovery systems.
Our highly experienced Air Conditioning team in Chelmsford have specialised in installing commercial and domestic air conditioning maintenance and servicing for over 20 years.
All our Daikin systems are backed up by a 5-year warranty and 7–years in the case of Toshiba, subject to terms and conditions. We can offer a maintenance contract to give you peace of mind that your system will perform efficiently year in, year out.View our products
Air Conditioning Maintenance In Chelmsford
Maximum Air provides a full quality Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) service with our own in house fully F gas trained engineers. We pride ourselves on our first-rate honest servicing regime to keep your expensive AC system working efficiently and your staff or guests feeling more comfortable in the correct maintained temperature. For professional, expert servicing, contact our team today.
Maintaining your commercial air conditioning unit is important for keeping running costs down and helps to lower your carbon footprint, as well as prolonging the life expectancy of your unit. Don’t wait until something goes wrong on that hot or cold day when you need air conditioning repairs.
A good PPM service regime will allow continued use and trouble-free operation in ventilation systems as well as reduce the likelihood of a breakdown and expensive bills. Our experts based near Chelmsford are available to give you professional, reliable help with your system.Service my Air conditioning unit
Ducted Air Conditioning
Ducted air conditioning is one of the quietest and most versatile units on the market.View Product information
Wall Mounted Air Conditioning
The main benefits of wall-mounted air conditioners are cost savings and size.View Product information
Ceiling Mounted Air Conditioning
Ceiling Mounted Round Flow Cassette air-conditioning units are best installed in any room.View Product information
Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP)
Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) is a system that transfers heat from outside to inside a building, or vice versa.View Product information
Ducted air conditioning is probably the quietest and most versatile of all air-conditioning systems.View Product information
Heat Recovery Ventilation System VRV
Everybody appreciates and benefits from fresh air. The ability to provide fresh air.View Product information
Frequently asked questions
Is there a suggested period for re-gassing my air conditioning?
The system will need to be checked for being F-gas compliant once a year or more, dependent on the CO2 emissions of the systems. A system should not be re-charged with any refrigerant unless a leak has occurred. If the system has been installed correctly to meet F-gas legislation, then the system is pressure & strength tested before refrigerant can be released within the system. Annual or bi-annual leak testing is mandatory on all systems, according to CO2 emissions calculator to make sure any leaks are found and rectified, with a 30 day period of detection. Get in touch about re-gassing air condition systems.
Should I take my installer’s advice and arrange regular check ups for my air conditioning systems?
Yes, failure to do so on a new installation will invalidate any warranty with the installer/manufacturer, and eventually cause the system to fail and/or expensive parts to be required due to excessive wear and higher running cost increasing your carbon footprint. On an older system, regular air conditioning checkups will mean the system will run more efficiently and any issue picked up to keep the system running trouble free for the rest of its life.
What actions are carried out to the air conditioning system during the service?
In an air conditioning service, the unit’s casings are cleaned, together with the filters and the indoor/outdoor coils are cleaned with a environmentally-safe coil cleaner, electrical connections are tightened as well as a visual inspection of PC boards and components. The system is then run in heating and cooling modes and readings are taken and recorded with electrical readings. The system will also be F-gas leak checked with a visual and prepriority leak-testing fluid or electronic sniffer for any refrigerant leaks. All this is then compiled into a air conditioning service report and the F-gas log book completed for the unit or units and signed by our own in-house F-gas certified engineers. Any recommendations or if any spares are required this will then be quoted separately.
What can I do to maintain my air conditioning unit?
Keep the filters washed out with warm soapy water in a sink, Let them dry off and then fit them back in the unit. Also keep the outdoor unit heat exchanger clear of plants/leaves and free for air to be drawn through the heat exchanger. If the coil is dirty, wash down with a hose pipe on the coil only, but do not use a high-pressure hose or pressure washer as this could cause damage to the fins and the unit. It is best to have the air conditioning system serviced professionally to keep it running trouble free and efficiently.
My staff are complaining about being too hot or cold to work, what can I do?
We can visit your office and look at the best most efficient form of both heating and cooling your office staff to keep them comfortable and focused on their jobs and help you to reap the rewards of comfortable staff and performance.