Bootle-based Everkool have reported a surge in demand for domestic air-conditioning installations in the region as a result of their new partnership with domestic financing firm Kanda.
Kanda provides domestic customers with the ability to spread the cost of air-conditioning over low monthly repayments.
Traditionally, air-conditioning has been considered a luxury for homes in the UK. However, due to recent advances in technology and the rise in global gas prices, air-conditioning has become an efficient and affordable option to cool and heat homes.
Everkool is a leading provider of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning in the region with many large corporate clients including Merseytravel, Knowsley Council and Iliad Group.
Everkool CEO, Craig Greenwood, said:
“We are absolutely delighted to have partnered up with Kanda to offer finance options for our domestic services within the UK. Previously, the domestic market has made up a very small part of our business.
“In the past there has been very little demand for air-conditioning in UK homes. However, recent years have shown us that summers are getting warmer air-conditioning is becoming a great asset to UK homes.
“The global rise in gas prices has had a significant impact on household bills. Air-conditioning has presented itself as a viable alternative to traditional gas central heating which is cheaper to run and more energy efficient.”