Air Conditioning Services Horsham

Air Conditioning Services Horsham

Air Conditioning Services Horsham

Air Conditioning Services Horsham

Sub-Cool FM, covers Bespoke Air Conditioning Services in Horsham

All areas of Residential, Commercial covered.

  • Planned Preventative Maintenances,
  • Reactive works, all Breakdown’s ,
  • Installations,
  • Repairs,
  • Surveys,
  • Assessment’s,
  • Reviews, in certain cases last minute emergency can be covered.

Due to being within 30 miles, all are rates are priced to

“local” meaning we don’t charge the same as London customers,

With over 10 years experience Mechanical & Electrical experience with a new age “hands on in convenience” approach in attitude. in all aspects of the industry we introduced Bespoke in 2016 due to popular demand. We can offer a vast range of services (obliged to no brand) at a fraction of the price of most other companies.

  • We are the most efficient company serving Shop & office, Air Conditioning Services Horsham
  • We are the most efficient company serving Residential,  Air Conditioning Services Horsham
  • We are the most efficient company serving both Commercial & Residential Aspects of design,  Air Conditioning Services Horsham

 

Air Conditioning Services Horsham

Horsham is a market town on the upper reaches of the River Arun in the centre of the Weald in Sussex.  The town is 31 miles  south-west of London, 18.5 miles (30 km) north-west of Brighton and 26 miles (42 km) north-east of the county town of Chichester.

Horsham’s award-winning town centre offers a wealth of heritage, including over 50 medieval buildings, as well as superb shopping, restaurants and open-air cafes, local produce markets and antique shops.

Town centre

Horsham has grown up around the Carfax. To the south of the Carfax is the Causeway. This street consists of houses erected in the 17th, 18th and early 19th century and is lined with ancient London Plane trees. The Horsham Museum is at the north end opposite to the recently developed former headquarters of the R.S.P.C.A.. At the south end of the Causeway is the Church of England parish church of St. Mary: Norman in origin, rebuilt in the 13th century and restored in 1864–65 by the Gothic revival architect S.S. Teulon