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Air Conditioning
for Care Homes

Improving air quality can improve your residents' comfort.

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Air Conditioning for Hotels Unlike You've Seen Before

Cost-effective installations

Minimal downtime in each resident's room

Remote control for residents

Carers can centrally control every unit

Cool Sleep is a multi-awarding winning supplier and installer of air-ducted and water-cooled air conditioning units because we offer one of the UK's most innovative air conditioning for hotels.

Differences Between Our Air Conditioning Units and Traditional Air Conditioning Systems

No Condenser Units

Most air conditioning units require a condenser. They're either installed on the outside wall or hidden somewhere in the room. However, it's not always allowed by law to install such air con units. This is where our condenserless systems come into play. There are two options: air-cooled or water-cooled air con. The former requires two holes penetrated through the exterior wall, then exterior grilles in the same colour of the brick to hide it. The latter requires connection to the mains water.

Remote Controlled

We believe this feature is greatly appreciated by elderly residents where they can adjust the air conditioner in their room to their desired temperature when they're laying in bed or sitting in an arm chair. Buttons are easy to press and large enough that makes it easy to use, even for those with poor dexterity.

Efficient Operation

Profit margins can be tight for the care home industry, especially with the rising cost of gas and electricity. Operating our air conditioning units in many bedrooms, communal lounges, dining rooms, and other indoor spaces costs less than you might think. It's approximately £0.20 for an hour of usage, and it's unlikely to be used every hour of the day. Plus, if cost is an even greater concern, all air conditioning units can be controlled centrally too.

Minimal Maintenance

Maintaining optimal performance of each air con unit is minimal. A simple dust and wipe should do the trick in most cases. However, it's worth speaking with us to discuss more about service and maintenance contracts that won't break the bank.

Importance of Air Conditioning for Care Homes

Comfort and Well-being

Elderly residents often have difficulty regulating their body temperature, and extreme heat or cold can exacerbate existing health conditions. Air conditioning provides a comfortable environment, promoting well-being and reducing discomfort.

Health and Safety

Maintaining a comfortable temperature helps prevent heat-related illnesses such as heatstroke or dehydration during hot summer months. Additionally, it can prevent respiratory issues by controlling humidity and filtering out allergens and pollutants from the air.

Medication Storage

Many medications need to be stored within specific temperature ranges to remain effective. Proper air conditioning ensures that these medications are stored safely, maintaining their potency and reducing the risk of spoilage.

Enhanced Quality of Care

A comfortable environment improves the quality of care provided to residents. Carers can focus on attending to residents' needs rather than dealing with complaints related to discomfort. Private care homes may even be able to justify charging a higher price.

Improved Sleep

Adequate temperature control contributes to better sleep quality, which is essential for the overall health and well-being of elderly residents. Proper rest improves cognitive function, mood, and overall quality of life.

Reduced Risk of Infections

Air conditioning can help control humidity levels, which can in turn reduce the spread of airborne infections. Proper ventilation and air filtration are essential for minimising the risk of contagious illnesses in communal living environments like care homes.

Air Conditioning Installation for McCarthy Stone Care Homes

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