It’s important that we get everything right when performing ducted air conditioning installation in Brisbane.
However, it’s just as important that said system is well-maintained and serviced in the years after it’s installed.
While most Brisbanites put a lot of effort into the first step, thoroughly researching air conditioning teams in Brisbane and looking into system specs, many completely neglect the second one!
Repairs and service are two of the most important things you can do to keep yourself comfortable in the home. A good maintenance schedule can help you identify (and fix) issues with your ducted air conditioning, before they become major problems.
But what exactly does air conditioning maintenance involve?
Ducted air conditioning service and repairs: how it works
There are dozens of different steps that might make up part of your air conditioning maintenance depending on how large and complex your system is.
As a general rule however, there are a couple of maintenance tasks that we run through no matter what type of system your home or business uses…
You’d be surprised how many air conditioning “problems” are simply the result of dirty filters and fans!
One of the first things we’ll do during air conditioning service and repairs is inspect your filters. In many cases, reduced cooling power can be fixed by simply cleaning these filters out, restoring airflow.
For split systems, this is a simple affair – just open up the indoor unit. For ducted air conditioning, it’s a little bit more involved as the filters are located deeper in your ductwork.
Whichever type of system you use however, the fundamentals are the same!
Electricity is dangerous, full stop – that’s why it’s so important that you ensure that the electrical wiring that powers your air conditioning system is functional, fit-for-purpose and safe.
Our mobile tech team aren’t just air conditioning specialists – we’re also licensed electrical experts who can inspect and repair the all-important electrical wiring powering your entire air conditioning system.
As part of your air conditioning service, we’ll inspect the connection between your electrical circuit and your air conditioning system, making sure that the wires are:
- Properly insulated
- Connected securely
Electricity is what powers your air conditioning unit. However, it’s coolant that makes the actual cooling process possible!
During your air conditioning maintenance, we’ll check the coolant levels in your system, identifying and fixing potential leaks and if necessary, topping up your coolant levels.
Refrigerant might sound harmless, but it can be incredibly dangerous, causing chemical burns if it comes into contact with bare skin. If you suspect a leak, don’t try to patch it up on your own – instead, call a professional.
Each member of our team holds a refrigerant handling license, certifying our ability to safely handle refrigerant as well top up your refrigerant levels.
Checking condenser fan and evaporator coils
Typically located in the outdoor unit, the condenser fan and evaporator coils are key to the air conditioning process:
- Condenser fan – blows warm air over the evaporator coils
- Evaporator coils – where the actual cooling itself happens
If you want to learn how these two components work together to cool down your house, we suggest checking out this article where we explain it.
All caught up? Good.
During your air conditioning maintenance, our team takes a look at both your condenser fan as well as your evaporator coils to ensure that they’re working properly.
In particular, we look out for common issues like mould and dust – both of which commonly pop up in both of these parts, and both of which can negatively affect your comfort.
Ongoing service contracts for commercial clients
While many of our air conditioning clients are residential, most of our maintenance and service requests are from businesses and other commercial properties.
It makes sense, too: compared to residential air conditioning systems, the systems you’ll find in workplaces typically run much longer and are considerably more complicated, making a regular maintenance and service schedule even more important!
As a business owner or the operator of a commercial property, it’s important that you keep your air conditioning in good working order.
A comfortable temperature at your business:
- Helps protect employee health and wellbeing
- Leaves a good impression with customers and visitors
- Protects temperature-sensitive equipment and stock
Our mobile tech team doesn’t just offer emergency repairs when something goes wrong with your air conditioning – we also create individualised service contracts for your business.
Tell us what your opening hours are, your busiest seasons and any periods where you shut down for the holidays. We’ll come in during these quiet periods, reducing the disruption to your operations.
Of course, the scheduling isn’t the only thing we’ll tailor to fit your needs.
Our team also creates custom service routines, depending on your system and usage. For each subsequent service, we’ll run through the tasks included, creating a checklist of things that need to be done. These services take place throughout the year, particularly over the quieter winter period and also in the lead up to summer.
Once that’s done, we’ll get to work, doing any work needed (after getting your approval, of course) and listing down everything we’ve done using Simpro, web app that allows you to check your system’s maintenance history from anywhere.
Experts in all sorts of air conditioning systems
If it carries the Daikin logo, our team has worked on it before.
As licensed Daikin warranty agents, our mobile tech team can successfully solve any problems that might be plaguing your Daikin air conditioning, be they big or small.
On top of identifying problems unique to Daikin systems, our team also offers repairs and service that’ll maintain your system’s warranty.
It’s this wealth of experience that allows us to look after your Daikin ducted air conditioning system!
As Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Dealers, our team has:
- In-depth, brand-specific knowledge
- Access to genuine spare parts
- Experience with unique Mitsubishi Electric features and extras
All of which comes together to allow us to keep your Mitsubishi Electric air conditioning system working, no matter what type it is, or what type of problem you’ve encountered.
Our ability to look after systems with the Mitsubishi Electric logo is so great, that it’s actually earned us Mitsubishi Diamond Dealer of the Year for southeast Queensland 10 times!
When it comes to ducted air conditioning in Brisbane, we’re the team to call
Whether it’s emergency repairs or routine maintenance to make sure everything’s good to go before the warm weather really kicks in, our mobile tech team is ready to help.
We don’t just bring fixes – we also bring:
- 30+ years of experience
- Genuine parts and spares
- Unbeatable customer service
Give us a call and we’ll schedule air conditioning maintenance for you as early as possible.