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Homeless charity benefits from Mitsubishi AC

UK: Contractor Sub-Cool Fm has donated a £15,000 air conditioning system to Crawley Open House, a local charity providing support and services for the homeless and disadvantaged. 

The three Mitsubishi Electric outdoor condensers and six internal units will provide the charity’s brand-new resource centre with a climate-controlled environment for staff and clients alike. The air conditioners were supplied by Mitsubishi Electric, with Sub-Cool Fm carrying out the install and Cooke and Charman Group the electrical works.

“Crawley Open house have the challenging task of reducing homeless, rehabilitating those who need it, give free advice, offer security and love to those who may not have as much as most. Our comprehensive installation of free air conditioning for their brand-new facility, is not a donation, it is a token of gratitude,” insisted Sub-Cool Fm founder Jacob Swei. 

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