Working closely with the world's most popular air conditioning manufacturer, Daikin, Griffiths are able to offer a wide range of cooling, heating and ventilation options to suit any commercial requirement.
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WITH warmer weather fast approaching, an established Burton Latimer business is ensuring Northamptonshire organisations are ready to keep employees and computer server rooms cool and working efficiently as temperatures rise.
GRIFFITHS Air Conditioning, based in Burton Latimer, are ready to respond to the increase in demand for new air conditioning systems and any issues with existing installations, as the warmer weather arrives.
From the 20th September (2017) installations of heat pump systems shall be eligible for increased Government funding from the ‘Renewable Heat Incentive’ scheme.
'With the hot summer of 2017 drawing to a close, heat of a different kind needs to be thought about now. The heat that will keep our business premises and homes warm during the winter months.
Northamptonshire-based Griffiths are constantly on the lookout for new energy saving predicts to add to their extensive portfolio.
The latest is Lightway crystal sun tunnels that illuminate dark spaces in buildings with refreshing and natural sunlight where windows are not enough.
Featured in Daikin's 'The Installers Guide: Heat Pumps' - November 2016
Article - A barn-storming opportunity
October 2016 marks the 17th anniversary of Griffiths Air Conditioning & Electrical Contractors, the Burton Latimer-based business that now involves itself in a lot more activities than the business name suggests.
Griffiths Air Conditioning, based in Burton Latimer, are ready to respond to the increase in demand for new air conditioning systems and any issues with existing installations, as the warmer weather arrives.
We are frequently asked about Heat Pumps and the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive. Griffiths have provided a quick guide to help you understand the Government Scheme and how air source heat pumps attract funding.
What is a heat pump and how does it work?