Calibre designers collaborate with architects, interior designers and design & build contractors to ensure climate control equipment is intelligently concealed within the building fabric, creating a system that is both discreet and accessible for maintenance.
We achieve expert and inconspicuous results through the skilled design of air inlets and returns, remaining fully functional yet unobtrusive.
Meticulous system design facilitates the most effective reduction of operational noise levels through careful attention to sound attenuation, duct sound insulation and correct airflow speeds.
Systems can be seamlessly integrated with Home Automation and Building Management Systems, accommodating remote control of the system through intuitive touchscreens and a smartphone app and facilitating cross-communication with other systems such as underfloor heating.
A valuable cellar must have the optimum temperature and humidity to allow your fine wines to develop in complexity and value, while preserving the integrity of the cork and the pristine condition of the bottle label.
Close monitoring and demand control of the climate control system allows the removal of pollutants such as carbon dioxide, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and particulate matter, culminating in a clean, healthy and safe environment.
Air filtration systems trap a substantial percentage of particles which then go through a purification system to remove particles scientifically proven to cause health issues. This maximises neutralisation of particulate pollutants and health hazards.
Your health and wellbeing matters, so does that of climate control systems which is why regular maintenance of these is required.Find out more
I would be very happy to recommend Calibre Climate to anyone considering installation and maintenance of air-conditioning and ventilation within their own home - the whole experience of working with them has been a pleasure.
Their design team were very helpful in the early stages, designing solutions that would seamlessly blend within the original fabric, and then the Project Manager, whose eye for detail and with his teams' experience and quality of workmanship, has given us a climate control system that is quiet, almost invisible and extremely effective.