Every employer is responsible for creating and maintaining an efficient and healthy work environment.

As we’re in the summer period more and more properties in the UK are in need of air conditioning. In 2018 the Morecambe & Lancaster District saw temperatures reach the highest they have ever been since 1970! Workplace temperature needs to be managed for both safety and comfort of staff.

It is suggested that the minimum temperature in a workplace should be at least 16 degrees celsius. Unstable temperatures can lead to unproductivity, dehydration and other heat related issues. So you have the ice, desk fans and coolers at the ready! But why choose air conditioning? Air conditioning provides thermal comfort. The state of mind in which a person feels cold or hot.

A clean air conditioning installation provides a fresh working environment what can boost your team’s morale and efficiency, it also allows windows to remain closed and stops pollen reaching the area. A lower temperature can also reduce the presence of insects and parasites.

Coolwave are here to help. Whether you’re a business or home owner nothing stops us providing high quality services leaving our customers cool and happy. From installation to maintenance we cover all aspects of air conditioning. Already have air conditioning? We provide service and repair contracts but can also complete one off jobs should you have an emergency. We respond to callouts immediately with our expert team, diagnosing faults and fixing new and existing installations with little down time.

Contact our friendly team today for a FREE quote on 01524 548 544 or email [email protected]

But don’t just listen to us, hear what our customers have to say!-

“What a great company cool wave solutions are, competitive pricing with exceptional service!! Thank you and I will be recommending my friends for sure.”
Shane Ogley, Prestige Hair Salon, Lancaster

“Awesome friendly service and back up. The unit is perfect for my room, no need to go anywhere else for aircon. I’ll be looking at getting more fitted in the future.”
Gary Millings, Morecambe