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Monarch House , Smyth Road- BS3 2BX
Bristol , United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Today (Friday) Open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

CoolStream Ltd - Smyth Road

CoolStream is a family owned company providing air conditioning solutions to every industry sector in Bristol and Swindon. The team provides an exceedingly significant amount of individual service, integrity and honesty and shares a dedication to each project.

Coolstream Air Conditioning Bristol & Swindo

We are specialists in the shape, supply, installation and repair of air conditioning systems to commercial, educational and medical conditions for customers based in Bristol, Swindon and the surrounding regions. Ensuring the climate comfort of your environment is our aim of the company.

All of our air conditioning systems and heat pumps are provided by the leading producers like Daikin and we just employ the number one standard systems to confirm a good quality service and efficient climate control.

Our services include full program shape, supply, installation and commissioning, from a single split program to greater multi/VRV applications; old device removal (guaranteeing secure, legal disposal of waste refrigerants) and existing device relocation.

With CoolStream as making a part of the team, you are able to be assured that from initial enquiry to final project completion - you are always able to depend on us.

Environmentally conscious Air Con
 
As concern grows day on day regarding climate change and the environment, CoolStream are firmly committed to environmental responsibility. We recognise that our business activities are inextricably linked to the global environment and thus managing our impact on the environment is one of our priorities.
 
We aim to promote sustainable development to our customers through highly efficient, innovative and resource saving products/technologies and environmentally conscious services. Our employees are trained to be environmentally aware and encouraged to consider for the environment at every level of our operations.

Business Operation Hours
Monday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Other Services : AC Maintenance, AC Installation, Commercial Services

Service Type : Yes, this business serves customers at their Location

Product and Services

To keep air conditioning systems and heat pumps working at the maximum efficiency air conditioning maintenance is essential. We can arrange for a complete air conditioning maintenance schedule for all air conditioning systems to ensure everything is working correctly for clients based in Bristol, Swindon and the surrounding areas. This service can be tailored to the specific requirements of each client and we will only carry out the maintenance at convenient times.
 
We cover every system, size and brand of air conditioning, working closely with:
  • Retail Stores
  • Schools & Colleges
  • Office Environments
  • IT Rooms
  • The NHS
  • Local Authorities
  • Restaurants & Hotels
  • Air Conditioning Repairs Bristol & Swindon
If you want your air conditioning system repaired to the highest standard possible and as soon as possible then we can offer a professional air conditioning repairs service for our clients. We will only use the best quality manufacturer approved parts to repair each system back to fully working order.
 
Whether you need an emergency repair or part of your system isn’t working correctly, then our team are fully equipped and skilled to deal with all aspects of air conditioning repairs and will repair each system without causing any inconvenience to you or your business.

Additional Information

With summer fast approaching, and the memories of an unbearably ice-cold winter still frozen solid in our minds, it’s important to ensure both employers and employees are aware of what are safe and legally acceptable temperatures to work in. It is a legal requirement by employers to ensure that their staff work in temperatures that are deemed reasonable; this was made law by the Workplace Regulations of 1992.
 
Legal Minimum Temperatures
In workplaces, such as offices, the temperature should be at least 16°C, with 13°C being the acceptable level for work outdoors, when a lot of physical effort is involved. These temperatures are not completely legal requirements, but are guidelines for an employer to determine that their employees are working in comfortable conditions. It is an employer’s duty to do so.
 
Legal Maximum Temperatures
At the upper end of the scale figures for what is or isn’t acceptable temperatures are more difficult to lay down. Air temperature will not be the only factor to consider on warm days, as humidity, radiant temperature and air velocity all have to be considered also. Consequently, determining ‘safe’ temperatures can become complicated when there is interplay between several of these factors.
 
It is down to the employer to make an assessment on when temperature becomes a risk to the health and safety of workers. When there is a danger to health and safety an employer should take the appropriate action, when it is is practical to do so. The 1999 Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations means that, by law, employers have to make sure that their workers are working in satisfactory conditions when it comes to temperatures.
 
What the HSE Say
If temperatures reach a high level the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) advises consultation between employers and employees, or their representatives, to come to an agreement regarding appropriate working conditions. If an agreement can’t be reached, then employees are advised to get advice from their HSE office, or their environmental health office.
 
Here at Coolstream we specialise in air conditioning design, supply and installation, as well as maintenance in a variety of environments. These environments include healthcare, educational and commercial. We make it a priority to only use major manufacturers of air conditioning systems and heat pumps, as we aim to give clients the best systems for efficient climate control, together with excellent service.
 
- See more at: http://www.coolstreamac.co.uk/air-conditioning-news/temperatures-law-hot-can-work#sthash.om537Rue.dpuf
With summer fast approaching, and the memories of an unbearably ice-cold winter still frozen solid in our minds, it’s important to ensure both employers and employees are aware of what are safe and legally acceptable temperatures to work in. It is a legal requirement by employers to ensure that their staff work in temperatures that are deemed reasonable; this was made law by the Workplace Regulations of 1992.
 
Legal Minimum Temperatures
In workplaces, such as offices, the temperature should be at least 16°C, with 13°C being the acceptable level for work outdoors, when a lot of physical effort is involved. These temperatures are not completely legal requirements, but are guidelines for an employer to determine that their employees are working in comfortable conditions. It is an employer’s duty to do so.
 
Legal Maximum Temperatures
At the upper end of the scale figures for what is or isn’t acceptable temperatures are more difficult to lay down. Air temperature will not be the only factor to consider on warm days, as humidity, radiant temperature and air velocity all have to be considered also. Consequently, determining ‘safe’ temperatures can become complicated when there is interplay between several of these factors.
 
It is down to the employer to make an assessment on when temperature becomes a risk to the health and safety of workers. When there is a danger to health and safety an employer should take the appropriate action, when it is is practical to do so. The 1999 Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations means that, by law, employers have to make sure that their workers are working in satisfactory conditions when it comes to temperatures.
 
What the HSE Say
If temperatures reach a high level the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) advises consultation between employers and employees, or their representatives, to come to an agreement regarding appropriate working conditions. If an agreement can’t be reached, then employees are advised to get advice from their HSE office, or their environmental health office.
 
Here at Coolstream we specialise in air conditioning design, supply and installation, as well as maintenance in a variety of environments. These environments include healthcare, educational and commercial. We make it a priority to only use major manufacturers of air conditioning systems and heat pumps, as we aim to give clients the best systems for efficient climate control, together with excellent service.
 
- See more at: http://www.coolstreamac.co.uk/air-conditioning-news/temperatures-law-hot-can-work#sthash.om537Rue.dpuf
With summer fast approaching, and the memories of an unbearably ice-cold winter still frozen solid in our minds, it’s important to ensure both employers and employees are aware of what are safe and legally acceptable temperatures to work in. It is a legal requirement by employers to ensure that their staff work in temperatures that are deemed reasonable; this was made law by the Workplace Regulations of 1992.
 
Legal Minimum Temperatures
In workplaces, such as offices, the temperature should be at least 16°C, with 13°C being the acceptable level for work outdoors, when a lot of physical effort is involved. These temperatures are not completely legal requirements, but are guidelines for an employer to determine that their employees are working in comfortable conditions. It is an employer’s duty to do so.
 
Legal Maximum Temperatures
At the upper end of the scale figures for what is or isn’t acceptable temperatures are more difficult to lay down. Air temperature will not be the only factor to consider on warm days, as humidity, radiant temperature and air velocity all have to be considered also. Consequently, determining ‘safe’ temperatures can become complicated when there is interplay between several of these factors.
 
It is down to the employer to make an assessment on when temperature becomes a risk to the health and safety of workers. When there is a danger to health and safety an employer should take the appropriate action, when it is is practical to do so. The 1999 Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations means that, by law, employers have to make sure that their workers are working in satisfactory conditions when it comes to temperatures.
 
What the HSE Say
If temperatures reach a high level the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) advises consultation between employers and employees, or their representatives, to come to an agreement regarding appropriate working conditions. If an agreement can’t be reached, then employees are advised to get advice from their HSE office, or their environmental health office.
 
Here at Coolstream we specialise in air conditioning design, supply and installation, as well as maintenance in a variety of environments. These environments include healthcare, educational and commercial. We make it a priority to only use major manufacturers of air conditioning systems and heat pumps, as we aim to give clients the best systems for efficient climate control, together with excellent service.
 
- See more at: http://www.coolstreamac.co.uk/air-conditioning-news/temperatures-law-hot-can-work#sthash.om537Rue.dpuf
Commercial Air Conditioning Bristol & Swindon
 
Having a comfortable working environment is essential to keeping a business operating efficiently and making people feel comfortable. Commercial air conditioning will eliminate the need to keep windows open and ensure that the air quality is greatly improved in any commercial environment.
 
At CoolStream we offer a comprehensive commercial air conditioning service for offices, schools, hospitals, shops, warehouses and restaurants. Our work force have the necessary skills and experience to carry out the design, supply, installation and maintenance of all types of air conditioning systems from all the manufacturers.
 
During the design process we will carry out a complete survey of the premises and discuss with the client about the features and their budget. We will then design a cost effective and efficient air conditioning system suited to the premises.
 
The installation will be carried out by our air conditioning specialists who are highly experienced in working with all major brands of systems. After each system is installed we will make sure that all the components are working effectively and the system is providing the ideal comfort.
With summer fast approaching, and the memories of an unbearably ice-cold winter still frozen solid in our minds, it’s important to ensure both employers and employees are aware of what are safe and legally acceptable temperatures to work in. It is a legal requirement by employers to ensure that their staff work in temperatures that are deemed reasonable; this was made law by the Workplace Regulations of 1992.
 
Legal Minimum Temperatures
In workplaces, such as offices, the temperature should be at least 16°C, with 13°C being the acceptable level for work outdoors, when a lot of physical effort is involved. These temperatures are not completely legal requirements, but are guidelines for an employer to determine that their employees are working in comfortable conditions. It is an employer’s duty to do so.
 
Legal Maximum Temperatures
At the upper end of the scale figures for what is or isn’t acceptable temperatures are more difficult to lay down. Air temperature will not be the only factor to consider on warm days, as humidity, radiant temperature and air velocity all have to be considered also. Consequently, determining ‘safe’ temperatures can become complicated when there is interplay between several of these factors.
 
It is down to the employer to make an assessment on when temperature becomes a risk to the health and safety of workers. When there is a danger to health and safety an employer should take the appropriate action, when it is is practical to do so. The 1999 Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations means that, by law, employers have to make sure that their workers are working in satisfactory conditions when it comes to temperatures.
 
What the HSE Say
If temperatures reach a high level the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) advises consultation between employers and employees, or their representatives, to come to an agreement regarding appropriate working conditions. If an agreement can’t be reached, then employees are advised to get advice from their HSE office, or their environmental health office.
 
Here at Coolstream we specialise in air conditioning design, supply and installation, as well as maintenance in a variety of environments. These environments include healthcare, educational and commercial. We make it a priority to only use major manufacturers of air conditioning systems and heat pumps, as we aim to give clients the best systems for efficient climate control, together with excellent service.

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