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Why service your air conditioning system?

Like your car service and regular WOF, we recommend an annual service of your heat pump or ducted air conditioning system. Beyond the obvious benefits of clean air, savings on energy bills, and enhanced efficiency, servicing your system plays a pivotal role in ensuring its longevity and preserving its warranty.

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1. Preservation of Warranty: Many heat pump and ducted air conditioning manufacturers require regular servicing to maintain the validity of the system's warranty. By adhering to these requirements, you safeguard your investment and ensure that any potential issues are addressed promptly and professionally. Our team can take care of this for you and are qualified so it's a no brainer.

2. Optimised Performance: A well-maintained system operates at peak performance levels, delivering consistent heating or cooling throughout your home. Regular servicing helps to identify and rectify any minor issues before they escalate into costly repairs, ensuring uninterrupted comfort for you and your family.

3. Cost Savings: Clean systems not only provide better air quality but also restore capacity and reduce running time. This translates to significant savings on your monthly heating and cooling bills, as the system operates more efficiently and effectively.

4. Enhanced Air Quality: Over time, dust, dirt, and debris can accumulate within your HVAC system, leading to reduced indoor air quality and potential health concerns. Regular servicing includes thorough cleaning and inspection of components, ensuring that the air circulated throughout your home is clean and fresh.


With benefits ranging from improved performance and cost savings to enhanced air quality and peace of mind, it's a decision that pays dividends in comfort and convenience for years to come. If you would like to ensure your system is running at optimum before the winter months then give us a call on 0508 222 678 or find out more about pricing here

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