Is your aircon not cold, having water leak, or having blinking lights? This can be because of too much usage, or as a result of a spoilt component or even bad upkeep. Thus, would require a repair service which we could do at a cheap cost. This is also because we are living in Singapore with such a hot weather that requires constant air conditioning all day, Whether you are at home or at a commercial premise.
Get in touch with us today for a skillful and expert engineer to be just at your doorstep, to check and diagnose any problems with your aircon for a cheap price. Upon examining, restoration of your comfort will be our utmost priority, while striving for an efficient repair of your cooling system. All will be done in a stress-free procedure that will yield satisfying outcomes. At your request, we can also gas-fill you cooling unit. Please see below to learn more about what we could offer you. We strive for long-term relationships with our customers.
Do business with us and we will provide a quick 24-hour industrial air conditioning fixing service with outstanding output, that is better than the rest. We repair all kind of faults on all types of air conditioners like Daikin, Mitsubishi and Panasonic, ranging from leaking problems to cleaning. Call us now at +65 6261 0081 to get more details about our support services.
Aircon Auto On/Off
Aircon Not Blowing Cold Air
Friendly & Efficient Service
General Aircon Problems
Iced Cooling Coil
Aircon Not Cold
Compressor Not Running
Foul Odour Emissions
Ready to book an aircon service? Have a question?
Contact us now at +65 6261-0081 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- No Hidden Costs
- No GST Charges
- No Transportation Charges
- $40 On-Site Diagnosis Fee (Waived when you engage our repair services)
For aircon servicing expertise with a rapid response, call 81 Aircon today!
Our Repair Rate
Services charges vary depending on the job scope and costs for replacement components and parts. Contact us now for a free quotation!
Refrigerant / Gas Top Up Rate
Base on how much PSI to Top up