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J S Wright launches super-cool way to beat the heat

Office workers can put the discomfort of stifling summer temperatures behind them thanks to a super-cool initiative from building services provider JS Wright.
J S Wright launches super-cool way to beat the heat
Aston-based J S Wright has launched a sales, installation and maintenance service for compact air conditioners aimed specifically at taking the heat off small to medium-size businesses.

The company's association with leading air conditioner suppliers means it can offer deals on models from makers such as LG, Hitachi, Toshiba, Mitsubishi and Daikin from as low as £1,700 including a year's servicing.

Customers can also rely on the 119-year-old firm's expertise in designing and installing services for offices, hotels, apartments, leisure centres and student residences throughout the UK.

'There couldn't be a better time for companies to invest in air conditioning as office workers struggle to cope with our increasingly sweltering summers,' said Maciek Krezolek, J S Wright's new air conditioning design engineer.

He added: 'We anticipate huge demand from businesses with upwards of two to three people, such as law and accountancy firms and dental surgeries, for our unbeatable cost-effective service.'
21 July 2009


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