Air Conditioning Service Contracts
Air conditioning service contracts help businesses who have one or more air conditioning units, by ensuring their systems are compliant with the law and checked regularly.
Below are some common issues your air conditioning system may experience if it is not well maintained.
Issues aside, ensuring that your air con units are serviced regular can help to prevent these issues before they start but you can also benefit from:
We truly believe our air conditioning service contracts for businesses are a helpful addition towards keeping your equipment at top performance. Not only will it help you save costs and become more energy efficient, you can also avoid a large fine if you fail to have your air conditioning system inspected every 5 years.
As part of our service contract to you, our accredited engineers will be on-hand whenever you need a repair or maintenance check. We also appreciated that whilst we’re doing our work, your employees are doing their work and so we try to keep disruption to a minimum.
If you would like to discuss further how our air conditioning maintenance contracts can benefit you, feel free to call our team on 0345 0179963 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also fill in our simple contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
For any business owners who may be unaware, you have a legal obligation as an owner of air conditioning equipment to understand Fluorinated Gases (F-Gas) and act accordingly, should an issue arise.
F-Gases are man-made, greenhouse gases that unfortunately contribute to the global warming potential (GWP). As this is such a large concern, the F-Gas Regulation (EU) 516/2014 was passed to provide instruction on how owners of air conditioning equipment can do so responsibly to help reduce and contain emissions.
Any equipment containing F-Gas above a certain threshold must have the system leak checked at regular intervals by law, with the frequency of the checks based on the level of CO2 in the equipment.
F-Gases are commonly found in commercial air conditioning systems, heat pump equipment and industrial refrigeration.
|CO2 Tonnes||Receive Leak Check|
|Up to 5 CO2||12 months|
|Up to 50 CO2||6 months|
|Up to 500 CO2||3 months|
As part of the leak test you should ensure records are documented and kept for at least 5 years to have historical data at hand in the event the Environment Agency asks you to provide records during an inspection.
Your records should include the following, as per Gov.uk.
You should also include with your records the name, address and certificate number of companies who installed and serviced or decommissioned equipment.