Need it Fixed? We've Got it Covered
The expert team at Bristol Air Conditioning can repair a range of air con and home ventilation systems to the highest of standards. Our qualified engineers can diagnose most faults on site and supply a quote to repair or replace existing equipment.
We also offer a maintenance service which includes a health check on your air conditioning system to ensure that it is performing optimally. We clean the filters and coils to reduce the risk of bacteria build up and ensure it is compliant with gas regulations. All of our servicing will enforce the manufacturer’s guarantee.
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Why Should I Get my Air Conditioning Unit Serviced?
Like all mechanical products, your air conditioning unit requires regular maintenance to keep it running efficiently. As your system circulates air through its coils, debris can build up on the fans which creates an insulating barrier. The unit must then work harder to push cool air through the fans and in turn, its efficiency is compromised and its lifespan reduced. If left untreated, the debris could restrict the system completely, leading to catastrophic failure and expensive repairs.
Annual servicing of your air conditioning unit will ensure that all components are professionally checked and cleaned, reducing your risk of bacteria build up and prolonging the life of your system.
Why Choose Us?
Our Air Conditioning Servicing & Repairs Process
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All our manufacturers offer a warranty on their units which ranges between 3-5 years. We also guarantee our workmanship for 1 year.
During a routine air conditioning service, a number of health checks are undertaken, the filters are cleaned and leaks are checked for.
If the air conditioning system is very old, you could save yourself money by purchasing a new unit rather than repairing the old one.
An air conditioning engineer will be able to assess the damage and make a recommendation on whether it’s worth repairing or replacing.