Air Conditioning Service & Maintenance
All our Installations come with our own one year guarantee as well as the manufactures’ which can be between 1-5 years depending on the package.
For your peace of mind we strongly recommend that your systems are subject to regular maintenance. It is a recognised fact that a regularly serviced air conditioning unit will have a far longer lifespan, will have higher performance and be more energy efficient than a unit which does not receive regular servicing and safety checks.
Basic Yearly Service Plan
Yearly service including filter and coil clean and 1 major service, covering our 15 point essential checks. There’s no long term contractual obligation either, so you’re welcome to cancel at any time should you wish.
£90 plus VAT for the 1st unit
£40 plus VAT for each additional unit
Large Commercial Buildings and Schools
Please contact us for a customised quotation
Labour included for first hour on site
additional hours onsite @ £40/hour
All repair parts billed in addition
All costs are subject to VAT at the standard rate
Our 15 Point Air Conditioning Checklist
- Check/clean the outdoor condenser unit and indoor evaporator unit coils and fins to prevent the system from getting blocked.
- Check for any faults on the unit remote and set the correct time. Set timers for customers where requested and if their system contains this feature.
- Check the fan, fan motor, compressor and compressor mountings.
- Check all electrical connections to prevent any shorting out or electrical damage.
- Check fuses and test operation of electrical isolator and protection devices for safety.
- Check condensate pump and float/sensor to help prevent unexpected leaks.
- Check and flush condensate drain and tray, de-scale and add water treatment as necessary.
- Check condensate flow via gravity drain or pump.
- Check air ducts, air grilles, filters and insulation.
- Check refrigerant pipe work for integrity and thermal insulation.
- Check temperature difference across coils in cooling and heating modes to indicate the health of the system.
- Check unit operation, controls and settings.
- Check any unit louvres and louvre motors.
- Ensure the unit is clean and hygienic using anti-mould and anti-bacterial cleaners.
- Check unit fascia’s and covers to ensure no cosmetic damage/broken hinges.