Brisbane Air Conditioning Servicing

Need your Air Conditioner Serviced?

Keeping your air conditioner clean is not only good for your health it is also good for your wallet. Filters can become blocked with air-born particles such as, but not limited to; skin cells, clothing, pet fur and hair shedding. With all these bacteria riddled particles getting trapped in your air conditioner filter recycling through and become re-air born.

This wouldn’t be an issue if we didn’t spend 90% of our time indoors exposed to air conditioning. There are over 17,280 opportunities a day to breathe in airborne harmful bacterium, virus, germs, or other microorganisms that can cause disease. Such as influenza, asthma, hay fever & all respiratory diseases.

Air Conditioner Unit Service

Let our Trained and Licensed Professionals help Maintain and Repair your Air Conditioning Unit.

We can help you save some money as we prolong the operation of your unit. We are experienced in working on different brands of air conditioning units.

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Why you should Service your Air Conditioner

Due to Queensland’s sub-tropical warm climate air conditioning has become a worthwhile investment that adds value to your quality of life and the value of your home and office. By not keeping regular maintenance and neglecting your air conditioning unit might not cause an immediate breakdown.

It will increase running costs, minimise airflow throughout the property, cause health problems for your family and/or work colleagues and shorten the lifespan of the system by working on overdrive to suck air through a blocked & bacteria-ridden air filter.

Pros for getting your air conditioner cleaned on a regular basis.

Reduce the risk of airborne bacteria/mould that can cause respiratory diseases.

Lower energy bill (up to 30%)*

Breathe fresh CLEAN air.

Removal of all stale old disease-causing mould spores.

Increase lifespan of unit.

Preventative maintenance on unit – problems can be picked up on the unit before they become an issue.

What takes place during a
clean & flush of your air conditioner.

Wall mounted splits & ceiling cassette units.

  1. Check & test air con unit prior to cleaning**
  2. Take photos of the unit prior to starting the clean.
  3. Install bag around the air conditioner unit – cover floor and protect anything around the unit while the tradesmen/hygienists preform the clean/flush.
  4. Remove & clean filters.
  5. Remove housing of indoor evaporative unit – clean all visible dirt & mould.
  6. Spray coil cleaner / anti-bacterial solutions on the unit. (this will sit on the unit for approximately 10min to soak in).
  7. Low pressure water jet to clean the inside of the fan blower/evaporative coil.
  8. Sanitise the unit.
  9. Re assemble unit & all components needed to access for the clean.
  10. Dry any excess moisture on unit.
  11. Test run unit & complete final testing.
  12. External examination of unit (if accessible)
    • Damage to copper piping – insulation – electrical cabling. ***
    • Check for any obstructions that will impact the performance of the unit – the technician will clear and remove any obstructions if possible.
    • If required a flush will be completed on the external unit (this will remove any pet fur grass or dirt built up on condenser coil).
  13. Clean up all the mess after the work has been completed.
  14. Add customer to our friendly annual SMS reminder to get unit cleaned – Can be placed on monthly, 3 monthly, 6 monthly or yearly reminders depending on use and contamination risk.

*- This is a average & based on inverter type units.

**- Tests will be made on unit prior to clean – if the unit is not working the clean will not be completed technician will complete a diagnostic a charge of $90ex gst will be charged for call out & diagnose

***- If there is visible damage on any of the listed components a quote will be sent for repairs Charges for these repairs may apply.

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commercial air onditioning

Central ducted systems

  1. Check & test unit prior to cleaning**
  2. Place protective sheeting on floor.
  3. Take photos of unit prior to starting the clean.
  4. Remove and clean return air filter – advise customer if filter requires replacement.
  5. Sanitise and clean return air – spray anti bacterial through the return so it cycles throughout the entire system.
  6. Re assemble all components.
  7. Clean and sanitise all individual ceiling outlets.
  8. Dry all excess moisture from unit.
  9. Test run unit & complete final testing.
  10. External examination of unit (if accessible)
    • Damage to copper piping – insulation – electrical cabling***
    • Check for any obstructions that will impact the performance of the unit – the technician will clear and remove any obstructions if possible.
    • If required a flush will be completed on the external unit (this will remove any per fur, grass or dirt built up on condenser coil.
  11. Clean up all the mess after the work has been completed.
  12. Add customer to our friendly annual SMS reminder to get unit cleaned – can be placed on a monthly, 3 monthly, 6 monthly or yearly reminders depending on the use and contamination risk.

*- This is a average & based on inverter type units.

**- Tests will be made on unit prior to clean – if the unit is not working the clean will not be completed technician will complete a diagnostic a charge of $90ex gst will be charged for call out & diagnose

***- If there is visible damage on any of the listed components a quote will be sent for repairs Charges for these repairs may apply.