VRF Air Conditioning
If you’re concerned about meeting the running costs of an air conditioning unit, a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) system is the best choice.
How does a VRF system work?
- Built-in heat recovery features which work to reduce heating and cooling bills.
- Multiple indoor units connect to a single outdoor appliance to save space.
The centralisation of the external VRF plant allows you to save space by keeping all of the outdoor equipment in a single area, hidden out of the way. VRF system solutions are ideal for large properties like office buildings or hotels as they can help yo to keep your utility costs manageable without sacrificing the comfort of your employees, guests, and other facility users.
Choosing the right air conditioning unit for your premises ensures that you create the perfect atmosphere whilst streamlining your overheads. Before you try to get a new A/C give Rapid Air a call and see if they will be able to fix your air conditioner first. It’ll be a lot cheaper then buying a whole new unit.
Capital Allowance Claim for VRF
Due to the inherently efficient nature of VRF equipment, it is usually possible to make an Enhanced Capital Allowance Claim, allowing you to recoup some of the cost of the installation through an offset against your tax bill.
It may also be possible to apply for an interest free loan through the Carbon Trust. The loan is designed to pay for the replacement of your ageing, inefficient air conditioning systems through the money you will save on your utility bills.
VRF System Solutions from Sovereign
If you’d like to find out more about having a VRF system installed on your commercial premises to help control temperature, please get in touch with us for an initial consultation. One of our fully qualified engineers will discuss the different types of AC available for the size and shape of your premises, answering any questions that you may have along the way.