Showing posts from February, 2012

Are we heading for an early spring?

So after a relatively busy month due to the cold spell, it looks as though things are really starting to get quite a lot warmer from now on, with average temperatures hovering around the 8/9 degree mark and central London areas getting up to the highs of 15/16 degrees, the mildest of the year so far. We have noticed an increase in the rental of humidifiers as well as currently humidity levels are quite low, even buildings that use heat pump technology to heat or cool via fixed air conditioning, are beginning to hire evaporative coolers or humidifiers to add some humidity to areas. We have been contracting for west end art galleries, providing them with our portable hum evaporative cooler/humidifier to prevent paintings or paper posters and wood antiques from getting damaged. With it being unseasonably warm for February, the number of service and maintenance contracts have shot up. It is beginning to reach temperatures for the usual end of March time of year, and everyone is wa

Winter arrives later than expected

The bitter winter coldness has finally arrived for Midland Cool and London Cool maybe we should change our names to have ‘and heat’ on the end!? We have had quite a few phone calls over the past month or so asking if we hire heaters also, so to make you all aware, we most definitely do and have been hiring and selling heaters for as long as we have air conditioning. So since our last blog Christmas and the New Year have passed and we have been so busy with new projects and the cold weather that we just have not had enough time to start the blog for 2012! But we hope you all enjoyed your breaks?! Over the past month or so we have supplied our new electric patio heaters for parties, film premieres and we even supplied them to a company so they could warm up their customers whilst queuing for a TV show and in Birmingham and the west midlands both 240v and 3phase heaters have been out on hire. A lot of office heating has been supplied using oil filled radiators, energy eff