Easy Air Conditioning is the latest UK distributor to team-up with Haier HVAC Solutions and will sell the full range of its air conditioning products.
Haier HVAC Solutions is a global leader in comfort cooling offering residential, commercial and applied air conditioning solutions. They include control systems, chillers, air and water treatment systems; VRF, light commercial and residential air conditioning systems.
Birmingham-based Easy Air Conditioning was founded in 2001 and the business has established a strong market presence in the VRF sector. Haier HVAC Solutions European general manager Bob Cowlard said: “We are delighted that Easy Air Conditioning is now our partner in the UK. Easy Air Conditioning has built a great reputation for supplying top quality HVAC solutions and providing the technical know-how and aftercare service to match.
''The experience of their senior management team is exceptional and their relationships with installers and specifiers should have a massive impact upon our successful entry into the UK market. We have some fabulous new products coming to market and it’s a perfect time to be on board with Haier. Things are really happening and we’re glad to be working with a distributor with such an impressive pedigree.”
Easy Air Conditioning managing director Neal Gooding said: “With such innovative products available Haier are a really good match for us. A great example is the new range of R32 A2W heat pumps and at the other end of the spectrum the MRV5-H which offers continuous heating during defrost and operation down to -25°C. Add to that the option of Zigbee controls, a three-pipe VRF system and a full offering of indoor unit types, and the range is well matched to the needs of the UK market. By offering a six-year warranty they are certainly standing by their product.’’
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