Bespoke Commercial Air Conditioning Solutions
Whether you are constructing new commercial premises and are looking for a reliable and versatile air conditioning system, or you’re looking to replace an existing system in your current commercial premises, Sovereign can help. We have over 30 years experience supplying and installing bespoke air conditioning solutions to the commercial market.
Here at Sovereign we pride ourselves on providing the best air conditioning solution for your needs. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your commercial cooling and heating requirements; following this consultation we’ll design a tailored solution using state-of-the-art CAD software to bring the design to life and allow you to visualise exactly how it will fit into your premises.
Flexible Installation and 24 Hour Repair Service
We make it our business to enhance your business premises with minimal disruption to your daily operations. We are able to install your new air con system out of office hours, ensuring you don’t waste unnecessary time and money. We also understand that industry sectors such as hospitality and retail don’t keep 9-5 office hours, which is why we provide a 24 hour repair service, 365 days a year. No matter what time of day or night, if your air con system breaks down, contact us and we’ll endeavour to get it repaired for you as soon as possible.
Split Air Conditioning Systems
These simple, fuss-free, affordable air con installations are ideal for providing heating and cooling to the following commercial premises:
- Individual rooms
- Small offices
- Server rooms
Split air conditioning units are one of the cheapest options on the market for commercial premises. They can be fitted and installed in a single day, and their simple design means minimal damage and disruption to your premises. If you are looking to heat or cool an individual room, or if your overall premises are fairly small, a split air con unit is ideal for you.
If you need to heat or cool a larger space, several split units can also be combined to work together and serve multiple rooms or larger spaces; however, you will need plenty of external space to house multiple outdoor units.
The advantages of split air con units:
- Cost-effective: It’s cheaper than installing a central system
- Quick installation: Can be fitted and commissioned in a single day
- Self-contained: If one unit breaks down, the others remain fully functional
- Energy-efficient: Low energy use makes them an environmentally-friendly option
Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems
Variable refrigerant flow (VRF) or variable refrigerant volume (VRV) systems are a great option for customers who are concerned about the overall running costs of their air conditioning system.
VRF systems are ideal for larger commercial premises, including:
- Large offices
- Department stores
- Shopping centres
- Data centres
VRF air conditioning units are much more capable of meeting the heating and cooling needs of larger buildings. They are easy to control, as well as being incredibly efficient and reliable. They are also simple and efficient to install, causing minimal disruption to the running of your business.
One of the key benefits of VRF systems is that they work to reduce your heating bills because of their heat-recovery features; their simple design also means you won’t have to waste any unnecessary space.
VRF air conditioning systems use heat recovery, which means multiple units can provide heating and cooling to different rooms at the same time. Waste heat is recovered from around the building, and is then used to heat other rooms, as well as to heat water up. VRF systems that use heat recovery in this way present a flexible solution, which is ideal for large buildings with multiple rooms.
The advantages of VRF air con units:
- Space-saving: Only one outdoor unit is required, saving external space on your premises
- Energy-efficient: Heat recovery works to reduce your heating and cooling bills
- Flexible: Heat recovery allows you to heat one room and cool another simultaneously
- Easy to use: Simple control systems ensure VRF units are easy to operate and adjust