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Singer ushers new era in air conditioning solutions

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  • Wide range of energy saving and ECO friendly solutions catering to both corporate and domestic consumers


Singer Sri Lanka PLC, the country’s premier consumer durables retailer, announced that the        company’s air conditioning business has grown rapidly as a result of the company’s extensive range of consumer offerings and unwavering service support in the market. 

Singer’s air conditioning business brings in leading air conditioning brands for the local consumers including, home grown brands such as Singer and Sisil and international brands, Hitachi and Mitsubishi granting unique, refreshing solutions to the whole of Sri Lanka.

Singer has established its presence in both domestic and corporate sectors with diverse range of air conditioning products under wall mounted, ceiling mounted, ceiling cassette, and floor standing categories. Singer further extended its presence to central air conditioning solutions which offers multi split and VRF (variable refrigerant flow) air conditioning systems for corporate customers.

Singer Sri Lanka PLC Marketing Director Kumar Samarasinghe said: “As a leader in local air   conditioning business, Singer can proudly stand strong with the commitment to deliver high quality products with a comprehensive range offering more choices and provide customers with more flexibility when selecting an air conditioner of choice, be it for a home or for a corporate, with              personalised attention.”

He added, “As responsible corporate citizens, we are fully aware of the need to provide sustainable Air Conditioning solutions for our customers. Our commitment to bring in energy saving and eco-friendly products is manifested through our inclusion of inverter technology and ecofriendly refrigerant (R32, R410a). The use of inverter technology increases efficiency compared to traditional air conditioners. Through refrigerant R32 and R410a Singer ensures high level efficiency in all air conditioners and lesser global warming potential (GWP). Our sustainable product range, contribute to environmental protection while allowing our customers to enjoy perfect means to beat the heat.”

Singer’s air conditioning business, provides customers a range of value added benefits including free site inspection conducted by the Singer’s pool of well experienced service personnel. They would carefully carry out onsite inspection upon which a suitable solution will be advised and matched for every consumers need. 

Post the evaluation, the technical team would offer free delivery of the selected product to the installation site, free installation of the unit/s and carry out three free service cycles with utmost professionalism, coupled with their advanced technological knowledge on air conditioning solutions. Customers also benefit from an exceptional range of discounts and an interest free easy payment scheme along with special offers for credit card holders of many leading banks of Sri Lanka.

Singer air conditioning business has been recognised by customers for their unmatched after sales services and the trusted Singer warranty. The company is renowned for offering consumers  a wide range of top-quality international brands, engaging with its consumer base through the largest distribution network in Sri Lanka of over 450 retail stores and dealers spread island-wide and an equally-established after sales service network. The company was adjudged as the number one people’s brand in the country for 13 consecutive years. 

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