With Autumn’s falling temperature usually comes a  bit of light relief for the refrigeration and air conditioning industry –  but that’s not always the case and it certainly isn’t this year.

The Climarite team is enjoying a strong quarter with all divisions, including: install, service and maintenance operating at full pace to meet customer requirements.

While the majority of our work is based in the North West we have recently picked up various short-term projects across the country, even spilling into parts of Scotland and Wales.


Over the past couple of months, our engineers have completed a number of refrigeration installs featuring national restaurant and bar franchises, music/sporting arenas, as well as local independent butchers and other food retailers. We have also recently installed a new air conditioning system for a large commercial office in the North West.


Equipment upgrades have continued for a major supermarket chain and a seperate retail wholesaler. The upgrades have taken place on a national scale and fully comply with all current F-Gas regulations. Both projects will wrap up by the end of the year.


Despite the drop in temperature, the service division has experienced consistent demand and remains a key priority for the business.

As we anticipate a busy couple of months ahead on the lead up to Christmas, Climarite has been making provisions to ensure it provides all customers with the best possible service across each division. As part of this, we have recruited another highly experienced engineer on a full-time basis who will be starting at the beginning of November (more on this to follow…).


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