Synecore Limited works to deliver M&E solutions for developments of all sizes. The company works on the installation and maintenance of Air-conditioning and commercial refrigeration. The company experienced a massive increase in demand during the heat wave that swept the UK last Week. Temperatures soared and in some places reached 36°C. The temperatures that were experienced last week were the highest recorded in June for over 40 years.
With the temperatures rising, people and businesses started to experience problems with their refrigeration facilities and air conditioning units. Synecore have said that the problems experienced during the heat were connected to the units being used for the first time in a while or left running for longer. The company have said that regular maintenance of refrigeration and air-conditioning facilities will keep them safe to use as well as make sure that they last for longer.
The refrigeration contractor has praised their staff, as despite the 92% increase in the calls they received, they managed to stick by their company promise to always have an engineer on site in 48 hours. The company experienced their busiest day on Thursday, after the hottest day of the good weather spell.
The company had to prioritise the calls that came in from their existing clients as well as new customer to make sure that walk in chillers were dealt with first, with a number of restaurants and other businesses experiencing problems in the heat with their food storage. The engineers and the customer service staff dealing with the sudden influx of work were praised highly by Synecore’s Gary Piper, the Manager for the Heating Ventilation and Air-Conditioning department of the business for their hard work dealing with all of the problems.
Synecore is based in Detling and works around the UK to provide their refrigeration services which also include more regular maintenance and installation work. The company has been one of the preferred companies in the market by hospitality brands for the past ten years, and with reactions such as the one displayed last week it’s not too difficult to work out why.