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Why Choose Our Sunshine Coast Air Conditioning Professionals?
Air conditioners are a standard appliance in homes and businesses across the country, with good reason. Spells of uncomfortable heat, combined with high levels of humidity, make air conditioning on the Sunshine Coast a very popular choice all year round. Badly maintained and used AC units are more costly and inefficient than they should be. With the right attention, modern air conditioners should work properly whatever the season.
Are you thinking about getting a new air conditioner? Or perhaps your old one needs to be replaced? Either way, we offer a range of products at affordable prices to meet your needs. We can install a new air conditioner in many nearby locations and offer several brands for you to choose from. You’ll love the benefits of having an air conditioner and we can help you choose the best one for your home.
Air Conditioner Technicians Providing Cooled Homes All Year Round
Here at Allchin Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, we are committed to ensuring that you have the cooled home you want and need when it gets hot outside. As experts in air conditioning Sunshine Coast people come to, we know how to look after your air conditioning all year round. We offer a wide range of handy services that keep your air conditioner running optimally all year long, but especially when it’s hot and you need some relief. Here’s a breakdown of the services we offer.
Not only can we help you choose the ideal cooling system for your home, but we can also install it for you. We can also install air conditioners in commercial locations and have well trained and experienced technicians to do the job. This is definitely something that’s always best left to the professionals and we can make sure it’s done quickly and efficiently.
When something goes wrong with your cooling system, we can help with that too. We are able to diagnose potential problems, obtain the parts to make repairs and get the job done quickly and correctly so you don’t have to go without air conditioning for too long.
Anytime you notice a problem with your air conditioner, give us a call so we can take care of it before it gets worse. You should never try to repair your own air conditioner unless you have been trained to do so and have the proper tools. Doing so can cause further damage and result in much more costly repairs.
Proper maintenance is an integral part of ensuring that your air conditioner always works like it should. It can be time consuming and difficult to get done with your already busy schedule, which is why you should give us a call.
Our trained and experienced technicians can perform regular maintenance on your cooling system, helping detect problems and keep it running as it should. We stick to a regular schedule, which takes some of the work out of your hands.
WARRANTY: Air conditioning product warranty varies from manufacturer to manufacturer.
Always use an Authorised Air Conditioning Installer for all your Sunshine Coast heating and cooling systems, at home and/or at work.
|• Alexandra Headland||• Castaways Beach||• Little Mountain||• Noosaville||• Rosemount|
|• Battery Hill||• Coolum||• Maroochydore||• Palmwoods||• Twin Waters|
|• Beerwah||• Currimundi||• Mooloolaba||• Palmview||• Valdora|
|• Bokarina||• Donnybrook||• Mooloolah Valley||• Palmwoods||• Warana|
|• Buddina||• Doonan||• Nambour||• Parrearra||• Woombye|
|• Caboolture||• Eudlo||• Noosa||• Pelican Waters||• Wurtulla|
|• Caloundra||• Glenview||• Noosa Heads||• Peregian Springs||… and more|
Contact Allchin Airconditioning on the Sunshine Coast for reliable and affordable Air Conditioning Installation, Sales, Repairs & Service throughout:
• Alexandra Headland
• Battery Hill
• Castaways Beach
• Little Mountain
• Mooloolah Valley
• Noosa Heads
• Pelican Waters
• Peregian Springs
• Twin Waters
… and more
More than 20 Years Experience – Locally Owned & Operated
Sunshine Coast Air Conditioning Company
Frequently Asked Questions
We recommend having your air conditioning unit serviced at least once a year to ensure it is running efficiently and to identify any potential issues before they become major problems.
The lifespan of an air conditioning unit can vary depending on factors such as quality of installation, usage, maintenance and the model. On average, a well-maintained unit should last at least 10 years.
For most units, clean or replace your air filter every 1 to 3 months, depending on usage and the type of filter you have installed. This helps to ensure proper air flow and prevents dust and debris from clogging your unit.
You can improve the energy efficiency of your air conditioning unit by keeping the unit clean and well-maintained, closing doors and windows to prevent cool air from escaping and installing a programmable thermostat to better control the temperature in your home.
If your air conditioning unit isn’t working properly, the first step is to check the thermostat and make sure it is set to the correct temperature. If that doesn’t solve the issue, you may need to contact a licensed professional to diagnose and repair the problem.
The type of air conditioning unit that is best for your home depends on factors such as the size of your home, the climate in your area and your budget. A licensed professional can help you determine the best option for your specific needs.
If your air conditioning unit isn’t working properly, a licensed professional can diagnose the issue and provide recommendations on whether repair or replacement is the best option. Factors to consider include the age of the unit, the cost of repair versus replacement and the efficiency of the unit.
A central air conditioning system uses a series of ducts to distribute cool air throughout your home, while a ductless mini-split system uses individual units to cool specific areas of your home. The choice between the two depends on factors such as the size of your home, the layout of your ductwork and your budget.
A licensed professional can perform a load calculation to determine the correct size of air conditioning unit for your home. Common factors taken into consideration include property size, the number of windows, the level of insulation and the local climate.
Yes, air conditioning units can be used in both commercial and residential spaces. However, commercial spaces may require larger and more complex systems to accommodate the size and layout of the building.
The best way to maintain your air conditioning unit is to have it serviced regularly by a licensed professional, replace the air filter as recommended and keep the exterior of the unit clean and free from debris.
Yes, air conditioning units can help with indoor air quality by filtering out pollutants, dust and allergens from the air.