LRS specialise in installations, repairs and maintenance of air conditioning units that provide heat as well as cooling and ventilation. Providing the perfect indoor climate every day of the year for your business & commercial premises.
All our air conditioning installations are carried out by F-Gas accredited engineers.
We will identify, source and install the best air conditioning system for your needs.
Competitive prices guaranteed.
We have expert air conditioning repair engineers, working throughout Lanarkshire and the central belt of Scotland.
We are experienced on all types of air conditioning equipment and all the main makes and brands.
Our extensively stocked vans carry the most commonly used spare parts offering the potential for a first time fix.
Our dedicated service and repair teams know that speed is of the essence when your air conditioning is not working. We insure that your units are diagnosed and repaired as a priority to us as well as yourself.
We also offer a comprehensive planned maintenance service that would suit your requirements for your air conditioning. Benefits of regular maintenance being either annually or biannually would be:
Unit life longevity
Energy efficiency to save money and lessen environmental impact
To optimise up-time
Types of Commercial Air Conditioning Equipment that LRS Install are:
Improve air quality and comfort
Comply with the latest F-Gas regulation
Reduce any risk of breakdown or replacement costs
Split System air conditioning.
Multi Split Systems Air Conditioning.
Ceiling Mounted Air Conditioning.
Cassette Split System air conditioning.
Close Control Air Conditioning.
Ducted Air Conditioning.
Server room Air conditioning.
We also decommission and dispose of all systems.
How do you know if your Air Conditioning is functioning properly?
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Without even taking machinery apart, it’s a warning sign when visible parts of your system don’t look quite right on the surface. Are parts loose, missing, blocked or can you see obvious leaks? Also take a look at your occupants or products being cooled…… are they suffering because the air con is not maintaining the optimum temperature? There could even be an issue with the thermostat itself so have a look at the display for anything unusual.
Unusually loud or different (squealing, grating, grinding) noises during operation can mean that the fan motor bearings are starting to fail, the belt has come off or there’s a partially blocked condensate pump. Increased refrigerant noises (like hissing or gargling) coupled with reduced performance may indicate your system has a refrigerant flow issues – potentially a refrigerant shortage or faulty valve.
Damp machinery? Moisture leaks or pools of water, no matter how small could signal danger. It could be a refrigerant leak, which is serious and need immediate attention from a qualified engineer. Less worrying would be a fault with the draining of condensation, resulting in small water puddles. This does need fixing as can lead to issues like fungi/mould, but is unlikely to be an emergency situation. Unusually hot or cold surfaces also indicate that your AC or ventilation is not happy.
Your air con or ventilation is not meant to be smelly, so take note if it starts to produce unpleasant odours. It could be an acute problem or it could be old age. Over time, even a well maintained system can eventually reach a point where it needs a strip down, deep clean and sanitisation of internal components and airways that are not normally accessible during routine servicing. This can help to improve airflow, efficiency and performance that may have been gradually declining over the years. A burning smell should never be ignored, however, indicating damaged wires for example.
As obvious as it sounds, a major clue that your system is malfunctioning is simply when you discover that there is no cold air, distinct lack of consistent air flow or power. It may not be so obvious if it happens gradually over time due to blocked air filters, blocked condenser or a refrigerant shortage…. All things that should be regularly checked by an engineer.
“We always use LRS for our refrigeration and air conditioning needs, first class service every time.“
“LRS are our first call for all our refrigeration requirements, reliable and fast service.“