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AIRCON SERVICING IN CENTRAL WATER CATCHMENT
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With an area of 2880 hectares, the Center Water Catchment is the most vast nature reserve found in Singapore. This is considered to be one of Singapore’s water catchment areas that lie in the centre of the city. One can find the Central Catchment Nature Reserve that houses different attraction of Singapore. One can find a lot of recreational areas in this region like the Singapore Zoo, Night Safari and the River Safari. Different kinds of residential animals are bred in these growing wildlife areas. Birds such as white-bellied eagle, monkey, and monitor lizards can be found in this reservoir. Monkeys are known to be aggressive in this reservoir as they attack people for food.
Common Types of Aircons in Central Water Catchment
- Packaged Air Condition: The Central Water Catchment is a planning area that is purposed for housing several major reservoirs in Singapore. Residential spaces are not common in this place but houses more on the business and recreation spaces. The business center requires air cooling system to make a relaxed environment for all its employees and clients. Packaged air conditioning system is very common in an office setting with large rooms and spaces. This kind of AC is mounted on the roof and along the wall. Regular servicing and maintenance of this AC is very important to reduce its risk of gathering molds in its filters that can harm human health.
- Ducted AC unit: Another perfect Air cooling system fit for offices and industrial spaces are ducted air conditioning units. With this type of AC, controlling the temperature of the different rooms and compartments in a space becomes easier. The unit is composed of an indoor and outdoor unit that works simultaneously to provide a clean and powerful air cooling system. Indoor unit is usually installed on the ceiling or on the floor. With the use of the duct system, it can efficiently distribute cool air all around the establishment through a vent. Professional assistance and service is needed to install this type of AC as it is more complex and tedious.
- Central Catchment Nature Reserve: An area of 2880 hectares, this is considered to be the biggest nature reserve in all of Singapore. Different types of recreational activities as well as facilities can be done in this reservoir. This can be found with the Catchment area and is one of the four gazette reserves in Singapore. The catchment houses most of the reservoirs like the Upper Seletar, Upper Pierce, MacRitchie and Lower Pierce. Protected under Parks & Trees Act 2005, the reservoir is well maintained area to enrich its biodiversity. There is no air conditioning system as this is an open reservoir.
- Singapore Zoo: Also known as Mandai Zoo, it houses a forested central catchment area. The Zoo covers 28 hectares inside the Upper Seletar Reservoir and cost around $9 million. It is managed by the same sector that manages Night Safari and River Safari which is the Wildlife Reserves Singapore. A total of 1.7 million locals and tourists combined flock to this attraction each year. What sets this apart from other zoos is that the animals are displayed in an “open” exhibit which is more naturalistic. The only areas that are air-conditioned is its lounge and dining area where everyone can enjoy scrumptious meal after a day’s tour around the zoo.
Central Water Catchment is located along the Lornie Road in Singapore. This can be reached from our service office of approximately 15 minutes. Simply go straight to Burkit Brown Street from the corner of the Kheam Hock District and turning right from the central rotunda. Traffic is light during non-rush hours and we can hastily reach your place at the time given.
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