Commercial Air Conditioning

Commercial air conditioning provides an ideal solution for companies and organisations wanting to improve their working environments and increase employees’ productivity. Modern offices are usually efficiently sealed meaning there is little or no natural ventilation. Air conditioning is therefore recommended to provide comfort and promote an efficient working environment; keeping occupants refreshed, healthy and alert.

Our expert engineers provide air conditioning systems installation, servicing, repair and maintenance for all types of commercial premises and have a wide range of applications, including:

  • Offices
  • Server Rooms
  • Control Rooms
  • Pubs and Night Clubs
  • Retail Outlets
  • Restaurants
  • Industrial Units
  • Doctors and Dentists Surgeries

No gas supplies? No worries. Your air conditioning system will provide an all year-round solution to your heating and cooling requirements.

Free site survey

It will be essential for Breeze Installations to visit your business to accurately calculate heat-loads and plan the entire installation. We’ll provide a free site survey carried out by our experienced engineers. They draw upon their expertise and experience to assess the most efficient way of cooling and heating your premises; recommending the latest, most efficient air conditioning technology available.

Types of commercial air conditioning systems


There is a wide array of commercial air conditioning systems available including Wall-mounted, Floor Standing, Cassette, Ducted and Ceiling-suspended/Low wall. With so many on the market, you’ll need a specialist to ensure that you choose the right solution for your business.

Air conditioning comes with a range of features and functions to suit different requirements, such as room size and occupancy levels. If you’re unsure of the type of system you need, we will advise accordingly, at all times ensuring that we meet your budget and provide you with the best outcome. Our specialists will ensure you get the most from your air conditioning with units combining quality and affordability.

Additional to the types of air conditioning systems mentioned above, Breeze installations offers some specialist systems designed with commercial and industrial applications in mind:

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) Systems

VRF is an air conditioning technology that uses refrigerant for cooling and heating. This refrigerant is then conditioned by a single outdoor condensing unit, and is circulated within the building to multiple indoor units. At Breeze Installations we can provide different types of VRF systems including:

  • Heat Pumps Systems
  • Heat Recovery Systems
  • Water Cooled
  • Gas Driven

Please contact us for more information on VRF systems >

Variable Air Volume (VAV) Systems

VAV systems are designed to vary airflow at a constant temperature. Advantages include more precise temperature control, reduced compressor wear, lower energy consumption and less fan noise.

VAV systems means that large commercial workspaces can be zoned appropriately for heating and cooling.

Please contact us for more information on VAV systems >

Direct Expansion (DX)

DX air conditioning systems cool indoor air using a condensed refrigerant liquid. A ventilation fan is necessary for a DX system because its function is to distribute the cool air and re-supply it. These types of systems are typically used in:

  • Multi Storey Office Buildings
  • Shopping Centres
  • Universities
  • Hospitals
  • Theatres
  • Libraries & Museums

Please contact us for more information on DX systems >

Reducing environmental impact

Commercial air conditioning puts the power at your fingertips – being able to control your workspace temperature and provide the ideal conditions for your workforce. With this in mind, businesses are looking to increase profit margins while reducing environmental impact. With A-rated air conditioning, you can reduce your annual costs significantly and do your bit for the planet.

Our team are here to answer all your questions. Contact us for advice on 0800 772 0019 or email our service team for help.