We do restaurant ventilation.
And we do it well.

We’ve been building restaurants, and our reputation, since 1967. In those forty-odd years, we’ve established ourselves as an expert in heating, ventilation and air conditioning solutions specifically for the UK restaurant market. Family-owned and run to this day, we pride ourselves on our commitment to our clients, technical expertise and high-profile client portfolio.


HVAC systems require regular, high-quality maintenance to keep them running at their best. And, should your system go down – whatever the reason – you need to know that someone will be there pretty sharpish to fix it. Our dedicated maintenance team currently looks after in excess of 1000 restaurants across the UK. We have trained call handlers, engineers and project managers available 24 hours a day to help you manage your HVAC system effectively, and support you should anything go wrong.


We’ve been dissatisfied with the level of sustainability in the HVAC industry for a long time now. Filtration far too often consists of non-recyclable filters that sit in the ductwork, clog and become a fire risk, then spend the next umpteen generations clogging up landfill sites. We decided this wasn’t good enough, and developed several sustainable products and systems designed to send almost zero waste to landfill, increase service intervals and maintain high performance levels. Because of this, we were delighted to be named the first HVAC contractor to be listed on the Sustainable Restaurant Association’s approved supplier directory.



Latest News from Chapman
Zizzi Mudder Challenge.
We’re taking part in the Zizzi Mudder Challenge on Monday 9th May at Prestwold Hall in Loughborough. Six of us from across the business will be tackling a 6km muddy obstacle...
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Tough Mudder 2016.
This Saturday a group of seventeen of us from across the business will be taking part in Tough Mudder 2016 near Henley-on-Thames. We will be raising money for one of our three...
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Wining and dining in London.
What’s the point of working with restaurants if you don’t go and visit them every now and again? A couple of weeks ago, we headed into London to try out The Ivy Chelsea Garden...
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