Heronhill Air Conditioning Ltd are the official distributor for Marstair, Carrier, Airking/Quartz Chilled Water Products, Cellarking Cellar Coolers/Low Temperature Cassettes and CD3 Close Control Systems. To support our range of equipment, we hold large stocks of spares and have recently been appointed a distributor by Toshiba for their complete range of air conditioning spare parts.

Serviced Areas

  • UK

Contact Details

  City Wellington
  Postcode TA21 9JE
  Address Summerfield Way
  Phone Number 018 2366 5660

From Our Website

As a leading supplier of temperature and humidity solutions, we specialise in low-temperature air conditioning for residential, commercial & industrial applications. This is complemented by a wide range of humidification and dehumidification equipment as well as refrigeration systems for both the commercial and high-end residential markets. Our portfolio also includes a diverse air conditioning & heat pump range for comfort cooling systems. As a stores department for an ever-expanding UK based company, we have had many years of experience in sourcing spares and kit from Heronhill.

Founded by Nigel Manning in 1997 and named after his horse, Heronhill has evolved into one of the country's leading HVAC suppliers. At Heronhill, we specialise in providing solutions to ensure a conditioned environment, whatever your requirements. Temperature and humidity control is our business and we have a wide range of air conditioning and humidification products within our portfolio to satisfy most applications. We are an independent company and our technical sales team have vast experience in both the refrigeration and air conditioning industries.

With one of the largest stocks of spare parts in the country, we can supply Toshiba, Panasonic, Marstair, Quartz, Friax, Wine Guardian, Nordmann and Vapac though our dedicated courier network direct to your door. This cookie remembers which blog posts you have read and lists them in the sidebar of the blog so that you can go back to them at any time. This cookie simply holds a list of blog post ID's and does not contain any information that could personally identify a user. If the cookie is disabled you will not be able to view the blog at all.