Proven Over Time
Since 1982 Salix Mechanical has been the South East’s trusted partner for proactive maintenance in climate control and refrigeration. For engineering excellence and the fastest response rates in the region, contact us now.
We take real pride in the fact that the people who choose to use Salix notice that they spend less than they used to on repairs and energy bills. And we love the fact that our customers are pleasantly surprised by our engineers’ speed, attitude, capability and willingness to go the extra mile(s).
Which is, of course, why they remain our customers.
Sectors We Serve
Leading by example for over 35 years, we have built up a solid and proven reputation, working in many sectors and industries.
We work both directly with building owners and through Facilities Maintenance companies in London and the Home Counties with our own employed service engineers, which allows us to uphold our 4-hour call-out service promise.
A small selection of our clients
Our Accreditations and Certifications
Salix are trusted air conditioning installers and are certified to install and maintain all leading heating, ventilation, and air conditioning brands including Daikin, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Toshiba, Swegon, Samsung, and Fujitsu. As a certified contractor for these systems, this allows us to uphold the manufacturer’s warranty for your systems and ensure the best performance and efficiency while extending the operating lifetime through regular, professional maintenance.
We also carry industry and health & safety accreditations such as SMAS, Construction Line Gold, GFSL, and Achilles, giving you peace of mind that you are backed up by a professional and recognised contractor.
We are clear on our reason for being – not to be the cheapest air conditioning contractor, but to offer the best value to our customers. This is because we firmly believe that the best air conditioning design and quality installation, coupled with a robust maintenance programme is the most economic long-term plan. Taking shortcuts today might cost less, but will almost certainly cause problems down the line.