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Heating our homes is central to the way we live. We rely on domestic heating for comfort, cooking and washing and it is the biggest reason we consume energy in our society. As a society, we are all becoming far more aware of how we consume energy and many people are actively looking for ways to be reduce carbon. The UK Government has committed to reaching ‘net zero’ carbon by 2050 and meeting these commitments will require the decarbonisation of nearly all heat in buildings and most industrial processes.

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In this blog, we will take you through some of the innovative and effective temporary heating products on the market, available to hire or to buy from Rapid Climate Control, which can help you control your environment even when extreme weather hits. And remember, our team are always available to come and undertake a survey of your site to check you are best prepared for extreme weather and to see if we can make you savings!

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Working in environments which are either too hot or too cold can have serious implications on staff morale and general employee wellbeing. Purchasing or hiring additional heating equipment is an excellent way to ensure a comfortable winter for your team and with energy efficient options available, it doesn’t have to cost the earth. Find out more...

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Keeping productivity high, when temperatures are low. Whether you’re a contractor, construction company, end client or any other party involved in a construction project, you often have two top priorities. You want your project to remain on schedule and you want to complete the project on, or even better, under budget. Read more....

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Before we discuss where it is best to position your air conditioner you should know that your air conditioner will account for about 27% of your electric bill when you use it.

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Manufacturers produce air conditioners in a variety of sizes, typically measured in "tons" or "BTUs per hour."