Previously part of Lancashire, the Liverpool City Region in the north west is an economic and political area of England centred on Liverpool, which also incorporates Bootle, Crosby, Halton, Halewood, Huyton, Kirkby, Knowsley, Maghull, Prescot, Sefton and St Helens. With the expansion of Liverpool, the city became a major port and had undesirable involvement in the slave trade when in 1699 its first slave ship, Liverpool Merchant, set sail for Africa. However this dark past has greatly contributed to the city’s rich and diverse heritage and it was awarded the status of European Capital of Culture in 2008.
Liverpool was also the port of registry for the ill fated RMS Titanic which sank in 1912 with the loss of 1,517 lives including many locals, and a memorial to the “Engine Room Heroes” of the Titanic is located on the city’s famous waterfront. Many other Cunard and White Star ocean liners registered here and by the start of the 19th century, a large volume of trade was passing through Liverpool’s Albert Docks. The construction of many major buildings reflected this new creation of wealth, and for periods during the coming century the wealth of Liverpool even exceeded that of London, and it was described as the “New York of Europe”.
In 1830 Liverpool and Manchester became the first cities in Britain to have an intercity rail link and one hundred years later Liverpool also had Britain’s first provincial airport, now renamed after the late John Lennon of the Beatles. Liverpool’s bustling waterfront, the Mersey Estuary separates the city from the Wirral Peninsula and the Mersey Ferry has become an increasingly popular tourist attraction with cruises providing passengers with an historical overview of the river, city and surrounding areas with services operating from Pier Head to Woodside in Birkenhead and Seacombe in Wallasey.
Air Conditioning Unit for Conservatory
Have you recently added a lovely new conservatory to your home only to discover that during the summer months the heat can become unbearable, and then during the winter months the cold can also prevent regular use too. Domestic air conditioning units are not as expensive as you may imagine, and with just 5% VAT payable on installation costs even the government agree that it’s a fantastic thing to have!
Here at Conservatory Air Conditioning we offer an array of domestic air conditioning units to suit all budgets, from cost effective entry level solutions to elegant climate control systems with smart technology that ensure the ultimate in comfort for contemporary interiors. All of our air con units not only cool your conservatory during the hottest of summer days but will also provide heating during the coldest of winter days.
Bedroom Air Conditioner Upgrade
Our AC systems can be used in a conservatory, with one stand alone air con unit connected to one outdoor unit (single zone), or in a multiple room/zone arrangement with up to five different indoor ac units connected to just one outdoor unit. This means that you can now enjoy the luxury of a climatically controlled environment in your bedrooms too, so no more sticky sleepless nights and insect bites, and for relatively little extra cost!
Midlands based Conservatory Air Conditioning effectively cover just about the whole of the UK mainland with our domestic air conditioning installation service. We have been involved in home air conditioning nationwide since 2003, and are fully compliant and up to date with all Refcom F-Gas regulations. Call Direct Air Conditioning today on 0800 088 6392 and one of our qualified air conditioning engineers will happily discuss your conservatory air conditioning or heating requirements with you.
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