Brad Simpson, lead singer of pop rock band The Vamps, recently opened a stylish gin bar in the West Midlands and chose Carrier air conditioning to keep the customers comfortable.
Brad and his family were looking for an energy efficient solution to heat and cool the new venture, Simpsons in Sutton Coldfield, and picked Carrier to complement the chic surroundings. MSE installed the equipment in partnership with Dean & Wood, their local wholesaler, who offered a full package of equipment and accessories.
Hayley Billson, Brand Manager for Dean & Wood, said: “It was obvious from the first site visit to Simpsons that no expense had been spared with regards to the interior design. Any air conditioning chosen had to unobtrusively blend into this lovely environment. The Carrier system’s package of slick looks, quiet operation and reliability, at a realistic price, made it the obvious choice.’’
The choice and siting of the Carrier equipment and ancillaries was an important consideration for MSE, who carried out both the design and installation. Installation time was reduced and site cleanliness was achieved by MSE using the MaxiPro pipe jointing system. This eradicated the need for hot works in brazing or nitrogen OFN purging. Both Carrier wall mount systems supplied by Dean & Wood have Wi-Fi USB adaptors, enabling control by the operator from anywhere in the world.
Russell Cook, project manager for MSE, said: “It was a pleasure to work alongside Dean & Wood on this project bringing new products into the market such as Carrier and MaxiPro, both of which we will be using again on other projects soon.”