Reverse Cycle Safety Service
Remove dust and grime before they build up.
Don’t get blown away by AC costs!
Statistics compiled by a leading air-conditioning manufacturer suggest only one third of households annually clean and service their AC Unit, resulting in millions of dollars being wasted every year due to inefficient energy-use and breakdown repairs.
A poorly serviced air-conditioner could use at least 30% more energy compared to a well maintained unit. Internal dust and poor maintenance are leading causes of AC breakdowns.
A Sharpe Air Conditioning Specialist will ensure the operating efficiency,
reliability and safety of your Air Conditioning System.
Reverse Cycle Systems include:
- Indoor Component Split, Outdoor Component Split, Single Type Unit
- Refrigerant Checks
- System Electrics and Voltage Tests
- Condenser Checks and Cleaning
- Internal System Cleaning
- Filter Check and Cleaning
Written report provided on completion.
First job $165. For Customer Rewards please enquire.
Signs and symptoms
- Has your airconditioner become noticeably louder?
- Is the air from the air conditioner fan weaker?
- Does your unit struggle to reach the required temperature?
- Worried about electricity bills?
If you are worried about any of these problems, contact a Sharpe Technician.
SHARPE A/C Technician Danny notes that many households tend to set the temperature of their air conditioner far too low.
As people use their air conditioning more often during spring and summer, this puts significant strain on important components and also wastes a lot of electricity.
During warm weather, you should always set the temperature between 22-25°C.
Remember that for every 1°C you lower the temperature, you’ll use around 10% more energy.
Reverse-Cycle Air Conditioner Fire Risks
A fault in a Northern Suburbs Air Conditioner nearly resulted in a fatal house fire.
An electrical problem developed whilst the unit was left to run overnight, starting a blaze while the homeowners slept. Whilst the residents managed to escape before the flames engulfed the house, they were left with thousands of dollars in damages to their possessions and home.
The Metropolitan Fire Service advises that you always get your AC regularly serviced by a licensed technician.