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Service and Maintenance

Interior Design

What We Offer

Your answer to all year round - comfort and peace of mind!​ 

Maintenance of Air Conditioning Systems can result in: 

  • Increased comfort 

  • Lower operating costs

  • Increased system capacity

  • Longer equipment life


The frequency of visits needed annually depends on the type of system and its usage intensity. Systems in dust-prone areas or those operating continuously might require extra maintenance. We'll guide you accordingly based on your specific situation.​

1. Clean the air filters


2. Check for damage to mouldings and louvers


3. Clean cover and oscillating louvers 


4. Check operation of air deflection louvers


5. Check condition of heat exchanger coil


6. Check blower fan scroll for tightness


7. Lubricate indoor fan motor


8. Clean and/or sanitise condensate drain pan 


9. Check condensate pump (s)


10. Inspect drains for clear water flow


11. Inspect electrical connections


12. Test electrical safety controls

13. Test thermocouple


14. Analyse indoor temperature differences


15. Check calibration of thermostat


16. Analyse voltage difference


17. Check the air distribution 


18. Check controller operation


19. Replace controller battery


20. Check for damage to external components 


21. Check blower fan blade(s) for tightness


22. Lubricate external fan motor(s)


23. Check condition of heat exchanger coil


24. Brush away any debris around condenser

25. Check compressor anti-vibration mountings


26. Check isolator switch


27. Check interconnecting cables


28. Check for unusual vibration


29. Check pipe connections


30. Inspect pipe fixing


31. Check “superheat”


32. Check correct operation of “reversing” valve


33. Check high and low pressure switches


34. Inspect cabinet for corrosion


35. Inspect fixing bolts for security


36. Test system in cooling (and heating) mode

37. Review system operation with user(s)

Our 37 Point Maintenance Program

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