How do I redeem the discount code?
The Discount Code box on the payment page is where you can insert discount codes and special offer codes. Apply your code when you’ve entered it.
Why isn’t my discount code valid?
If your code does not work, it is most likely invalid or expired. Please double-check that you’re inputting the correct code; if possible, copy/paste to make things easier. Double-check that you’re typing zeros as zeros and O’s as O’s. If you are unsure, please contact airconcentre and airconcentre will gladly check into it for you.
What is the payment method?
airconcentre accepts Visa, Master Card, PayPal, and American Express.
Where do airconcentre deliver?
airconcentre delivers all over Europe.
I have received the damaged item. What do I do?
If you receive items that the packaging looks damaged on, please sign for the parcels as ‘DAMAGED’ when you receive them from the courier. In all other cases, the courier’s documentation should be signed for as ‘UNCHECKED’ so that any warranty claims are unaffected. Please check your order within 2 days of receipt of the items. If you find that the items are damaged in any way, please contact airconcentre by email within 2 days of receipt of the items to report the items as damaged on arrival and they will advise you of a RAN.
What are the new Inverter air conditioners?
The inverter technology is integrated into the outdoor unit. This gives it speed control linked to output requirements. Using an inverter also allows the compressor to “soft start” which eliminates start upsurge and allows it to run at slower speeds instead of stopping and starting. An inverter unit will gradually increase its capacity based on the capacity needed in the room to cool down or heat the room. The non-inverter can be compared with switching on or off a light. Switching on this type of unit will start to run on full load. Inverters increase the life expectancy of the air conditioners and are around 30 % more efficient than conventional equipment.
What is the optimum size unit for me?
You must first determine which air conditioning equipment is best for you before making your purchase. Several elements must be considered, including the room’s size, as well as its location (e.g., office, bedroom, conservatory, etc.), noise caused by the unit, and energy efficiency.
How can I begin using my air conditioner?
Because the air conditioner may have been placed on its side or not the correct way up during transit, place it the right way up for at least three hours before turning on the power to allow all refrigerant to return to its proper position. Please carefully follow the instructions and set up the unit with the exhaust hose in the desired position.
When should the air conditioner be turned on?
As soon as the sun rises, the brickwork in your building begins to heat up. As a result, you should turn on the air conditioner around 2 hours before the sun enters the room. This starts to take heat from the brickwork so that when the sun shines into the room, the unit won’t have to work as hard to remove heat from both the sun and the brickwork.
What is the best method to utilise the unit to get the most out of it?
Close all windows and doors if at all feasible. If this is not possible, guide the exhaust hose as far away from the open window as possible without stretching the hose. If you’re sending the exhaust air hose via a window, try to plug as many holes as possible in the open window to guarantee that the warm air escaping through the exhaust hose is routed back into the room.
Is there a way to make the exhaust hose longer?
The answer is no in the great majority of cases. There are a couple of portable air conditioners with extension exhaust lines, although they are rarely used. Extending the hose can generate a backlog of hot air in the exhaust hose, which can then be discharged through the front of the unit, mixing with the cool air it is producing and causing it to emit heated air. It may potentially shorten the unit’s lifespan.
Is it true that air conditioners accumulate water?
Air conditioners collect water because they also operate as dehumidifiers. Water is collected in a tray or container that must be emptied regularly in some devices. Other systems collect excess water, which is subsequently evacuated using hot air and a hose. These devices may also feature a small internal container that needs to be emptied regularly. All air conditioners must be emptied before being stored, such as at the end of the summer.
What is the best way to look after my air conditioner?
Air conditioners should be maintained in the same way that a boiler or gas heater is, and should be serviced regularly. A unit that is frequently used should be serviced once a year, whereas a device that is infrequently used can be serviced less frequently. A service will include maintaining the filters clean and ensuring that there are no obstructions that could reduce the unit’s performance. Regular maintenance decreases the likelihood of your unit breaking down when you need it the most, increases its efficiency, and lowers the energy cost of operation while also extending its life.
Is it possible for our company to get a tax break on air conditioning units?
Yes, some air conditioners are extremely efficient, and as a result, the government’s Enhanced Capital Allowances program provides up to 100 per cent tax relief in the first year.