temporary air conditioning hire

Destination cool: taking peoples’ comfort to new altitudes!

Enquiring about a cooling solution can be a daunting task, especially for first-timers. But at Andrews Sykes, we are dedicated to making the process smooth and anxiety-free. As part of our comprehensive service, we assign a personal and talented sales engineer to each customer, providing expert guidance and support every step of the way.

Recently, we were entrusted with supplying temporary cooling to various parts of an airport’s departure lounges and waiting areas, ensuring optimal comfort for passengers before boarding their flights. Our journey began with a collaborative effort, conducting a comprehensive site survey alongside the operations and site teams.

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Northampton Town FC seek air conditioning ahead of pre-season friendly

With clients ranging from sports clubs operating at the top level to everyday fitness centres and gymnasiums, Andrews Air Conditioning has a proven and extensive track record of supporting the sports and leisure industry.

In many cases, our relationships with customers span many years and are founded on an understanding that we deliver whatever is required in a prompt fashion.

This was once again evidenced on one of the hottest days of 2021, when Northampton Town FC approached us for a temporary cooling solution. A club representative called our Peterborough depot and specifically requested two portable Polar Wind units to reduce temperatures inside an office at their Sixfields Stadium.

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Cancer screening stays on track thanks to hired cooling solution

When someone is preparing to undergo a potentially stressful examination, the least a hospital and its staff can do is help maximise patient comfort by any means possible. In some cases, this could be explaining the procedure or providing an isolated area for a greater degree of privacy. On other occasions, a little more is needed.

In the build-up to summer, Andrews Air Conditioning was approached by a teaching medical centre in Yorkshire after a very specific requirement surfaced. Three dedicated breast screening units were becoming too warm for both patients and doctors, and this was thought to be predominantly caused by mammogram machines being constantly in use.

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