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Goodman Global to be acquired for $3.7bn by Daikin

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012
Daikin to acquire Goodman for $3.7bn - » Daikin, the Osaka-based air conditioner maker, is to acquire US rival Goodman Global for $3.7bn, adding to this year’s record tally of Japanese outbound deals. Goodman is currently owned by San Franci.... Japanese air-conditioner maker Daikin appears to be looking to expand it share in the US marker and has agreed a deal to buy US rival Goodman Global for $3.7bn (£2.3bn). A Daikin press statement: "Goodman has a significant presence in the ducted-style residential unitary HVAC segment in North America, a segment where Daikin has little offerings. Goodman generates strong financial performance through its low cost ...
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BTU calculator tool – Update

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012
The team at City Engineering have made a few updates to our BTU calculation tool. Based on the success of this tool and customer feedback we have now included links to each type of air conditioning system with estimated pricing ranges for supply and installation (note this is now a securer site and has been optimised for Chome and Firefox browsers). These additions will help customers and clients estimate cost for projects they are planning before getting formal quotation and further advice. Allowing them to confidently plan and cost up small to large projects. Click here to visit the BTU calculator Pages   We hope you continue to find this tool useful. Your ...
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Our new Google+ business page

Monday, November 14th, 2011
The team at City Engineering Ltd is proud to announce the launch of our new Google+ page! We have had a great summer and have seen how engaging with our new and existing customers on our facebook business page has helped us provide a better service and answer the needs of our clients. We are therefore now hoping we can do the same with Google+ and reach all our valued clients with: Photo portfolio of previous and current projects Testimonials to show potential customers work references Our Posts to get advice and the latest news on aircon products, allowing customers to post comments and queries You can visit the ...
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City Engineering Google Place

Thursday, July 21st, 2011
The team at City Engineering Ltd is proud to announce the launch of our Google Place page, which is now fully supported and searchable. We hope that this will allow us to reach more new customers across the UK and London for their air conditioning and ventilation needs, keeping you up-to-date on: the latest offers and discounts the air con design, installation, and other services we provide allow customers to provide quick and simple feedback and ratings (through google, qype, and yelp) links to our main website and details for contacting us for free site consultation and quotation. pictures and videos of previous and ongoing work Fans and clients can ...
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Doing nothing cost money!

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011
The running cost for a modern 7KW split air condition system is around 13p/hour. Therefore, a computer room running 24 hrs, 7 days for 52 weeks a year this comes to more £1,100 per year in running costs. Based on data from carbon trust. By not servicing this system, energy consumption of an air conditioning system can increase by 60%, you would be paying £660 per year extra in running cost; this is more than four times the price of our annual maintenance contract. In many cases, with longer plans and multiple units, this can be up to six times the cost our ...
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Guide to comparing air conditioning quotations

Tuesday, May 10th, 2011
Guide to comparing air conditioning installation quotations Comparing air con installation quotations or any service is essential to make an informed and balanced decision over the market value, what you can afford, and what meets your requirements. Capacity The main reason for variable prices between air condition quotations is due to the capacity of the equipment being supplied. In general, the higher the capacity rating the higher the cooling output (greater temperature control) and the more the system costs. It is therefore vitally important to compare the Btu or KW rating of each quotation. It is can be false economy and a costly mistake to install an air conditioning system ...
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