Technology & better service: Our engineers’ software

Epix Systems: Markus® refrigeration & air conditioning At Oxford Air Conditioning, we are consistently evaluating our processes with the aim of making our service as great as it can possibly be. We aim to be as efficient as possible, ensuring that we can pass this down to our clients in the speed and accuracy of our work, as well as…

Oxford air conditioning health & safety with The Peninsula Group

To ensure that our team can focus primarily on our customer base we have recently recruited The Peninsula Group to undertake our Health & Safety across the company. Peninsula are the leading provider of employment law and health & safety services in the UK. Established since 1983, they have around 28,000 businesses who have already integrated Peninsula to work as…

Creating the right atmosphere: Air conditioning in restaurants

With the quick changes in weather throughout the year, UK restaurant owners are have a responsibility to keep their surroundings comfortable for customers. In many cases, with the changeable climate, this has meant that air conditioning systems will be used before they’re properly checked and serviced. Keeping a comfortable temperature in a restaurant premises can be the difference between a…

Common causes of air conditioning leaks

Leakages in Air Conditioning systems Leaky air conditioners are some of the most common causes of household repairs in the summer. If allowed to develop, a leak can have a massive impact on the inside of a home or business property. The good news is that most air conditioning leaks are preventable with the right approach. Most of the time,…

Energy efficiency in 2014: The latest approach

Two key energy changes are coming up in 2014 and its incredibly motivating to see such positive steps being taken towards the acceptance of renewable energy in the United Kingdom. Firstly, Oxford has been announced as the location for Behave 2014 Conference 'Paradigm Shift: From Energy Efficiency to Energy Reduction Through Social Change.' Secondly, the Renewable Heat Incentive is set…