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At Sub-Ac we cannot overstate the necessity that air conditioning systems are regularly maintained. Servicing of air conditioning is our biggest focus with our investment in the market leading Hydrokleen Global cleaning system (insert Hydrokleen page link) we can offer a service that’s second to none. Now more than ever the air hygiene in a building is of up most importance, keeping your air conditioning maintained is key to the buildings and your own health.

There’s no ‘ifs and buts’ that the lifespan of regularly serviced air conditioning units will outlast units that have been neglected. Well-maintained air conditioning equipment keeps running at peak performance and keeps energy bills down!

We can service & repair the following:

Leaking Water

Loss of Performance

Prone to Freezing

Stale Odours

Increased Energy Bills

Poor Airflow

How often should I service my air conditioning?

Typically, when an AC system is used in a residential environment for cooling only, one service visit per annum is generally sufficient. However, where the system is used in both heating and cooling modes, we recommend at least two visits per year.

For commercial applications, e.g. shops, offices or restaurants, a minimum of two visits per year would be required. In critical locations, e.g. server rooms, trading floors, workshops, hairdressing or beauty salons where there are often high levels of airborne pollutants in the air, we would advise that your air conditioning maintenance program allows for three or more service visits.

We also offer great deals if you have multiple air conditioners that require servicing. Contact us for further information and a quotation on our air conditioning service and maintenance packages.

Servicing an air conditioning unit in an office.

How do I know when my air conditioning needs services?

There can be some tell tale signs that your system is needing a service, poor cooling or heating, foul smells coming from the indoor unit, large dust build up’s on the filters.  It can be simple as your wall controller popping up with service/filter light telling you it’s due a service. Keeping a service log is always a good idea as most units fail when you need them most.

For any advice just give us a call and we can talk you through anything you may need to know.

Servicing and repair