Tag Archives: Air Conditioning

GSM Completes Innovative Close Controlled Climate System For Wine Storage

GSM Limited have been established for over thirty years and our expertise in heating, cooling and ventilation married with our abilities to be creative and innovative has led us to being selected to complete a bespoke climate controlled system for Vinotheque, a privately owned wine storage company based in Burton-upon-Trent. Vinotheque needed GSM to provide […]

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Heating and Ventilation – Iceland Stores

GSM Limited has a enviable track record of completing major projects from start to finish over a 30 year period. This case study shows how we have installed heating and ventilation for a brand new Iceland Frozen Foods store in Fishponds, Bristol. All the ducting is made at our head office as well as the […]

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Commercial Heating and Ventilation Systems

The Complete Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Company GSM Limited was formed over 30 years ago to provide a mechanical, design and installation service second to none. Our expertise covers all aspects of air movement design, including heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, dust and fume extraction to wood waste extraction systems. Our client base is broad, working […]

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GSM Limited has been established for over 30 years, providing professional services to Commercial and Domestic customers. As a customer you are guaranteed that GSM staff will take care of your needs from fully designing systems to planning applications through to installation, commissioning and maintenance programmes for: Solar Panels, PV, Solar Thermal, Air Source Heat Pumps and […]

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