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Air Conditioning Maintenance

Installing an air conditioning system is often not enough. Without regular maintenance, the efficiency of your system will reduce dramatically, ultimately costing you money in the long term.

Air Conditioning unit

Why do I need Maintenance?

  • Reduce your bills

  • Increase the life of your system

  • Improves your air quality

  • Improve system performance

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Keeping your bills down

Over time, air conditioning systems naturally become less efficient, and therefore more expensive for you to run.

Small issues such as a build up of dust or leaves can create a steady decline in performance. Not only does this affect your COP value, but it also reduces the quality of the air the system is pumping through.

A COP Value basically indicates how much cooling or heating a unit provides compared to the amount of electrical  input required to generate it. The higher your COP value, the more efficient your unit is, and this can be  maintained through regular maintenance.

We'll remind you when your next Air Con Maintenance is due!

Increases it’s lifespan

We recommend regular servicing and maintenance to be taken place at least once a year, but if you have a larger premises, such as a factory or business, twice a year is needed.

At Celsius, we want you to have a system that is working to the highest possible standard, so our maintenance services not only ensures that your system is working to its ultimate efficiency, but this also increases its lifespan, so you really get your money’s worth!

Is your system as efficient as it could be? Call us on 01269 841 844 or email on [email protected]

R22-Warning

P.S. Did you know?

If you have an air conditioning system that was installed before 2003, it’s very likely that your system is using a gas called R22. But, as of 31st December 2014, using this refrigerant to run and maintain your air conditioning has become illegal!

This means that when your R22 gas runs out, you won’t be able to replace it, which meaning you will have to purchase an entirely new system! Which is a pretty nasty surprise!