Invictus Mechanical is one of the premier aircon and heating companies operating in Bristol and Bath.

We offer a full spectrum of professional aircon services – from installation to maintenance and repair, we can keep your residential or commercial cooling units in tip-top shape all year round.

Our air conditioner team consists of engineers, site surveyors, and expert customer satisfaction agents who can provide end to end support.

Industrial Air Conditioning Bristol

Commercial Air Conditioning Services

The type of air conditioning unit we’ll install will depend on the nature of your commercial or residential property. Our engineers have experience of installing air con in the following places:

Air Con in Offices
Air Con in Retail Stores
Air Con in Restaurants
Air Con in Server Rooms
Air Con in Hospitals
Air Con in Clinics
Air Con in Schools
Air Con in Universities

The Importance of Professional Aircon Installation

Saves you energy

A properly installed, serviced and maintained air conditioner is an efficient machine that can cut down your energy consumption. Conversely, clogged air filters and dirty coils can make your machines work harder than they need to, raising your electricity bills.

Expert advice is crucial. Less experienced installers may only provide generic maintenance instructions without considering the special requirements of your business or home. In fact, many buildings and establishments don’t follow improvement recommendations, simply because they’re unactionable.

Cleans air quality

Choosing too big or too small air conditioners can significantly affect the humidity in the room. Too high, and rooms will become muggy breeding grounds for allergens, spores, and dust mites. Too low, and occupants become more prone to dry skin and pesky static electricity-induced mini shocks.

Installers need to keep an eye on more than optimal temperatures. They are trained to factor in the size of the unit relative to space it’s going to cool.

Enables smooth daily operations

Professionally installed air conditioners are also less likely to break down, further reducing costs in repair or undue replacements. Trained engineers are best equipped for tasks like matching refrigerant pressure with the unit’s requirements, which amateur installers may overlook.

Robust aircon units are especially important in commercial and office spaces, where faulty machines directly negatively impact daily operations, employee and customer moods, and in some places, even the efficiency of your machines.

Improves productivity

A sweltering or freezing office is no place for happy, productive employees. These extremes result in uncomfortable and less effective staff. Employees make more mistakes and work slower when they’re too cold. Professionally installed air conditioners ensure optimal temperatures throughout the whole office.

Each office provides a unique challenge for installation, which is why we often use zoned air conditioning to maintain the right temperatures in the right spaces. Installers have to consider the shape and size of rooms when deciding where best to place machines. Poor placement can result in some areas being frigid, while some remain unbearably muggy.

Keeps data safe

Data servers can run extremely hot, and without proper airflow, it’s only a matter of time before your processing slows and worse, breaks down completely.

Server room air conditioning itself presents unique challenges. Many rooms are only big enough to house the servers themselves, leaving no room for your standard column air conditioners. Most businesses opt for wall-mounted or suspended units, which are typically more powerful than machines you would see in homes, and don’t take up valuable floor space.

Boosts customer satisfaction

The restaurant and retail business is highly competitive. Customers are constantly presented with multiple options, while business owners have to jostle for attention. Second to taste, comfort is what makes loyal regulars out of new customers.

Some shop owners may think aircon placement doesn’t matter, as long as they have it in-store. But the location is crucial. Like offices, you wouldn’t want some customers shivering while the other half sweats. Improperly installed air conditioners can make for poor shopping or dining experiences that will definitely affect your bottom line.

Quick, Professional Servicing by REFCOM Registered Engineers

Failing to install and maintain appliances such as air conditioning and refrigeration units properly can pose serious danger to the health and safety of a building’s occupants. It is vital employers comply with relevant safety regulations and standards to ensure employees and the public are not at risk from faulty or incorrectly-installed equipment.

Since 1994, REFCOM has been offering guidance to the refrigeration and air conditioning industry. Invictus Mechanical is a REFCOM-certified company, meaning we are officially certified to service air conditioning units, heat pumps and other equipment and systems that contain F gas.

Invictus Mechanical engineers are REFCOM registered and are trained to meet the highest industry standards. So you can be assured that our engineers are always at the top of their game.

All our engineers regularly undertake new training, meaning they are always up to date with the latest air conditioning and heat pump installation and maintenance safety regulations and standards.

“Thanks to Invictus we now have an efficient, shiny new boiler system. The heating output has increased, and we are also now able to operate one of the pair of new boilers for economical running when it’s not really cold.”

Air Conditioning Guides and Resources

How Much Is Air Conditioning Installation?

This summer saw record-breaking temperatures in the UK, and many people will have suffered from the heat. And with 10 of the hottest years in the UK occurring since 2002, it looks like hot summers could be here to stay.… Read More

Can you get Sick from Air Conditioning?

Air conditioning systems are installed in different buildings for different reasons, but there are two main motives; one is temperature control and the other is air quality. Around the world, the commonest reason is temperature; tall buildings with lots of… Read More

What is Zoned Air Conditioning?

At today’s energy prices, warming a home or workplace through the winter months doesn’t come cheap and cooling it in the summer brings little respite. With no prospects of cheaper fuel prices anytime soon (as at the time of writing),… Read More

Common Problems with Air Conditioning Units

Professionally installed air conditioning is reliable and easy to operate, but anything mechanical has the potential to develop a fault eventually. Regular servicing and maintenance is your best defence but here are some of the most common issues we’ve listed… Read More

A-Z of Air Conditioning Terminology

Accumulator An accumulator temporarily collects refrigerant to prevent back-flow into the compressor. Air Handling Unit (AHU) In a ducted system, the central AHU contains the heating and cooling elements, blower, filters, humidifier, dampers and other regulating equipment. On a roof,… Read More

How Often Does Air Conditioning Need Servicing?

Like all complicated machinery that gets lots of use air conditioning needs regular servicing from a professional. The primary reason for this is to keep the system operating efficiently (and therefore cheaply) and avoid expensive breakdowns. For this reason, a… Read More

Will Air Conditioners become Commonplace in the UK?

The UK saw one of the hottest and driest summers on record this year, with temperatures over 30C across the country and no substantial rains to alleviate the heat. In fact, the June-July heatwave tied with temperatures in 1976, 2003, and… Read More

A Guide to Air Conditioning Types

An air conditioning unit can mean the difference between a comfortable working environment and one that’s less productive due to adverse heat conditions. As the UK continues to experience record temperatures, installing air-conditioning units in your office is becoming increasingly… Read More

New Air Conditioning Regs Affecting Bristol’s New Commercial Development

Regulations to reduce fluorocarbon leaks from refrigeration and air conditioning systems have been tightening for years but are now biting with new vigour. Developers should now look to review building designs to take account of new HVAC requirements, performance differences… Read More

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