Specialist M&E Contractors providing solutions of the highest professional standard

Project Capabilities

You need the right plant installed quickly with minimal disruption to your business. You need a partner who’ll give you a tailored solution and take care of the full turnkey project from initial consultancy to the final deadline.

That’s what we do.

We have extensive practical hands-on experience of design & installation. We understand how important it is that a project succeeds, so we offer complete solutions tailored to your needs for even the most demanding project deadlines and budgets.

We spec our projects to give the best upfront value and to reduce ongoing service costs whilst maximising economies of scale delivering the best value.

We are always exploring technical and cost-saving innovations.

All our installed plant complies with current environmental legislation and we never allow substandard manufacturers or materials to be used.

We take longevity and long-term energy costs and usage into account when we make equipment recommendations keeping corporate requirements in mind to reduce company wide carbon footprint while increasing your capital plant operating efficiency to reduce running costs.

We’re committed to building and sustaining direct client relationships. Throughout the project your dedicated Project Manager will keep you informed of progress and equip you with all costing, standards, issues and performance analysis so that you are in control and can voice any concerns at any time.

We ensure all services are provided with a complete audit trail. All our services and solutions comply fully with all current and relevant legislation.

Our dedicated, site-specific Project Managers will give you complete peace of mind.

We are approved installers of a diverse range of plant such as Daikin, Mitsubushi, Trane, York and Swegon. We tailor our warranty packages to suit your specific requirements and you’ll be fully supported by a dedicated in-house team offering emergency call out and routine maintenance packages.

Frequently asked questions

There are a few signs that it may be time to replace your air conditioning (AC) unit. Among them are:

  •  Your AC System is over 10 years old and is losing efficiency and needing repairs more often.
  • Your AC System is having difficulty cooling your building or maintaining a consistent temperature.
  • Your AC System is making unusual noises such as banging, clicking, or humming.
  • Because the system is not operating efficiently, your energy bills are rising.

Ultimately, the decision to replace your AC system will be determined by a number of factors, including the systems age and condition, repair costs, and budget. To determine the best course of action for your situation, always consult with a professional HVAC technician.

There are a few signs that it may be time to replace your commercial boiler. Among them are:

  • Your boiler being over 15 years old, becoming less efficient and needing more frequent repairs.
  • Your boiler struggling to heat your building or maintain a consistent temperature.
  • Your Boiler is making unusual noises such as banging, clicking, or humming.
  • Because the Boiler is not operating efficiently, your energy bills are rising.

Ultimately, whether or not to replace your Boiler will be determined by a number of factors, including the Boilers age and condition, repair costs, and budget. To determine the best course of action for your situation, always consult with a professional HVAC technician.

There are a few key differences between a gas boiler and an electric boiler.

Gas boilers uses natural gas or propane as a fuel source to heat, water is then circulated through radiators or radiant floor systems to provide heating to the building. In the past gas boilers were typically more efficient than electric boilers and could be more cost-effective to operate in the long run, especially in areas where natural gas is inexpensive.

Electric boilers, on the other hand, use electricity as a fuel source to heat water, which is then circulated through the building to provide heat. Electricity is presently more efficient than gas but can be more costly to operate, especially in London. In the current climate, electricity is proving economically advantageous over gas. Unlike natural gas boilers, electric boilers produce zero harmful emissions and are therefore a practical solution to reduce your carbon footprint and move towards carbon Net Zero.

Overall, the choice between a gas boiler and an electric boiler will depend on a variety of factors, including the availability and cost of fuel, the size and layout of the building, and the specific heating needs of the building. It is always a good idea to consult with your Hard FM provider to determine the best option for your specific situation.

A turnkey project is a type of project in which a company is responsible for providing all of the necessary materials, labour, and services to complete a project from start to finish. The term “turnkey” refers to the fact that the company delivers the project to the customer “ready to use,” with no additional work required on the part of the customer.
In a turnkey project, the company managing the project is responsible for all aspects of the project, from design and planning to construction and installation.

This allows the customer to outsource the entire project to the company, without having to worry about managing multiple contractors or coordinating the different stages of the project.

Turnkey projects are often used in the construction and property industries, where a company may be contracted to build a building or develop a property from start to finish. However, the concept of a turnkey project can be applied to a wide range of industries and situations.

Heat pumps are considered to be more efficient than other heating systems because they use a small amount of energy to move heat from one location to another, rather than generating heat directly. This means that they can provide the same amount of heat as a traditional heating system, but with less energy consumption.

Heat pumps work by using a refrigerant to absorb heat from the air or ground outside of a building, and then releasing that heat inside the building to provide warmth. This process is known as “heat exchange,” and it is much more efficient than burning fuel to generate heat directly.

In addition to their inherent efficiency, heat pumps also have the advantage of being able to provide both heating and cooling. This means that a single heat pump system can be used to provide comfortable temperatures year-round, without the need for separate heating and cooling systems.

Overall, the efficiency of heat pumps makes them an attractive option for heating and cooling buildings, and they are becoming increasingly popular as an alternative to traditional heating systems.

Do you need support with your Hard Facilities Management services?

Look no further than Artic Building Services.

Our experienced team can handle everything from planned preventative maintenance to emergency repairs. Visit our FM page to discover our full range of services.

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Whether it’s a turnkey project or individual specialist services, we can help.

Recent case studies

What our clients say

Terry Wicks (superstar). Terry has been very helpful over the last week. He popped into Lavington Street each morning to check the system. He made changes to see if we could right the wrong. He explains everything in a language that I understand. In other words, he doesn’t blind you with science. Terry is also a lovely chap and an asset to your team.

Kings College London

The way your team have applied themselves and delivered over the past 18 months is second to none and this has only reinforced the relationship. It has also given me kudos as I brought you in, so thank you. I know that Peter and Danny are both new employees but whoever is doing the recruitment needs a huge pat on the back. They have been incredible. Technically, attitude, application are all top draw. They really are (after 1 month) the go-to guys on site. Feedback from colleagues, staff and students has been positive in regards to reaction times and job done first time.

University in the South East

Greig has done a great job on the monthly report and we spoke with all parties on our to keep the system working as efficiently and raise any concerns at the earliest opportunity. Please say a special thanks to Greig for his desire to make sure the Planet PPM system works as well as possible to not only achieve the SLA’s but also as a system to make sure we have a reliable and robust record of the good work we carry out on a month to month basis.

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