Eastside Refrigeration | Air conditioning and heat pumps service and maintenance

By: Eastside Refrigeration  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Air Conditioning

Eastside Refrigeration | Air conditioning and heat pumps service and maintenance

"Oyster Management Limited is a Hamilton based property Syndication Company that specialises solely in commercial property investment and commercial property management. Nationally we manage a portfolio of 31 commercial and industrial properties from Auckland to Wellington with a strong base in Hamilton, collectively our portfolio is currently valued in excess of $267 million.

Over the years and as our portfolio has grown, it has become more and more imperative for us as property managers to align ourselves with experienced building contractors that provide an efficient, effective, professional and competitive level of service, it is also vitally important for us to ensure that our contractors 'get the job done right the first time'. Since our involvement with Eastside Refrigeration they have met and exceeded all such criteria, Eastside Refrigeration is therefore our preferred heating, ventilation and air-conditioning contractor in Hamilton and in our view they are the leading company in this industry in the Waikato. We therefore have no hesitation in recommending Eastside Refrigeration Limited to other property management companies and property owners where Air-conditioning is involved".

Mike Gascoigne
General Manager - Oyster Management Limited

"Climate control is crucial in today's retail environment but maintaining a comfortable atmosphere within a shopping centre is not easy. Time and again the Eastside Refrigeration team have proved to be an essential component in the efficient operation and preventative maintenance of our extensive air-conditioning plant. It is reassuring to know their expertise is available at short notice, at any time and that the advice offered is cost efficient. We look forward to working with the Eastside team well in to the future".

Craig Steel Operations Manager
Centre Place and Downtown Plaza Shopping Centres

"AgResearch is New Zealand’s largest Crown Research Institute (CRI) with expertise in biological sciences, therefore playing a key role in boosting the productivity of our bio-dependent economy. AgResearch’s mission is to create sustainable wealth in the pastoral and biotechnology sectors with science and technology. Our scientists develop leading-edge scientific solutions for a range of national and international customers, including government agencies, industry bodies and private companies."

"The Ruakura Agricultural Research Centre is the largest research campus within AgResearch, and we have built a relationship with Richard and Don and the Team from very early on in the establishment of Eastside Refrigeration limited. It is imperative that our specialist laboratories maintain constant temperatures to ensure consistency of science trial results. We also have sophisticated science equipment requiring specialised air handling solutions. Eastside Refrigeration have always provided us with the best solutions and as facilities managers of AgResearch we are also interested in any operational efficiencies available within buildings management systems. To this end we have been working with Eastside Refrigeration on an air conditioning upgrade project where we are replacing old technology air con units with the new inverter systems including taking out old electric heating systems in buildings. With Waikato’s fluctuating seasonal temperature changes we have been pleased to see our energy use reducing as these new inverter systems are installed. Eastside Refrigeration Limited have built up a dedicated team of service specialists and as our preferred provider of air conditioning solutions we would have no hesitations in recommending them to anyone who wants the best solutions with prompt response.".

Mike King Site Manager
Andy Bell Electrical Overseer
AgResearch Limited, Ruakura Agricultural Research Centre.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: Air Conditioning