Which of these best describes your property?
?The house stands on its own, and isn't attached to any other buildings
?Your house is one of a pair that share a single common wall
? Your house is one of a row. You've got walls on either side shared with neighbours' houses
?You're in an apartment block, or part of a larger house
?You have a detached house that is all or mostly on the ground floor
Commercial or small office
?Small shops, offices or businesses
Which room or area do you want air conditioned?
Loft or attic
Open plan area
Garden office room
More than one room
How Many Units ?
Which floor is the room or area on?
Higher storeys will cost a bit more, as we'll need extra bits to install the outdoor unit. If you live on the 2nd or 3rd floor we may need scaffolding. Select the highest floor if it is for more than one room.
2nd or 3rd floor
How large is the room or area you want air conditioned?
Don’t worry if you’re not 100% sure, we'll check the product you choose is right for you later on in the process. Select the largest room if it is for more than one room.
?About the size of a small double bedroom (6-15m²)
?About the size of a large living room (up to 15-24 m²)
?About the size of a large open plan living & dining area (25-34m²)
?About the size of a very large open plan living, dining & kitchen area (35-41m²)
?About the size of a very large open plan living, dining & kitchen area (42-49m²)
?About the size of a very large open plan living, dining & kitchen area (50-59m²)
?About the size of a very large open plan living, dining & kitchen area (60-70m²)
How much sunlight does the room or area typically get in summer?
If it’s a space that gets warm very quickly, like a conservatory or loft with lots of insulation, choose ‘Lots of sunlight’.
Not much sunlight
?Your room is in the middle of your property, or has few or no windows.
A little bit of sunlight
?Your room gets a fair bit of sunlight, but not all day.
Lots of sunlight
?Your room is south facing, has big windows and seems to have sunlight all day.
What type of wall will the indoor unit be on?
It’s recommended to choose a wall that faces the outside of your building, but if that’s not possible we just need to add in a few extra bits and bobs.
?A wall that has another room on the other side
?A wall that faces outside
How do you want your outdoor unit to be fitted?
This is the unit that goes outside. For the best fit we usually recommend having it fitted on the same wall as the indoor unit and on the floor.
Wall mounted low (below 2m)
?Mounted around the level of your ground floor
Wall mounted high (2-4m)
?Mounted first floor or higher
On the floor/ground
?On the ground e.g. your garden or balcony
How far away will the outdoor unit be from the indoor unit?
It doesn’t have to be exact. Look outside and give your best guess.
3 to 5 metres
6 to 12 metres
13 to 20 metres
How much space is there where you want the outdoor unit fitted?
You need at least 1.5 metres of clearance between the wall where the outdoor unit will be fitted and the nearest boundary, wall or fence.
More than 1.5 metres
Less than 1.5 metres
Is your bungalow on one or two floors?
Do you have permission to carry out work on your flat?
Air conditioning needs an inside unit and an outside unit. If you live in a flat that’s leasehold, you may need permission from the person or company that manages the building.
Are any of your flat’s walls accessible from the outside?
We’ll need access to an outside wall so that we can fit the outside unit. If you have a balcony or other means of access, choose ‘Yes’.