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air conditioning repair Brisbane

Residential – Wall Mounted Splits – Premium Service (Cool Cleaner)

1. Remove plastic covers from the indoor unit in preparation for cleaning.
2. Apply Viper Heavy Duty(tm) coil cleaner to the indoor coil. This will aid in the removal of contaminants from the coil.
3. Then we will use a low-pressure cleaner to wash away all dirt and contaminants from the coil. A specially designed bag will be attached to catch any water that overflows from the drain pan.
4. The cross-flow fan and drain pan will be washed with the low-pressure cleaner and the drain line flushed.
5. The filters and outer casing will be taken outside for a degrease and clean, ready for re-installation.
6. Viper Pan & Drain(tm) will then be sprayed into the drain pan. The silicone detergents coat the pan and drain with a lubricative film which will improve flow and help prevent blockages.
7. The indoor unit will then be reassembled, and the coil coated with Viper Evap +(tm). This product remains active for 72hours, using the coils condensation to spread this ensures the coil is odour free.
8. Lastly, we will complete all checks that are conducted during the general service.

Standard Service

1. Clean the return air filters in the indoor unit.
2. Inspect the indoor coil and cross flow fan for dirt and mould.
3. Flush the drain and check for good flow.
4. Wipe down the indoor units outer casing.
5. Coat the coil in Viper Evap+(tm). This product remains active for 72hours, using the coils condensation to spread this ensures the coil is odour free.
6. Check indoor air temperatures and evaporator T/D.
7. Inspect the outdoor unit for rust and vibrations.
8. Check gas temperatures.

Ducted – Standard Service

1. Clean the return air filter.
2. Inspect the indoor and outdoor coils.
3. Inspect the indoor unit blower.
4. Flush the indoor unit drain.
5. Coat the coil in Viper Evap+(tm). This product remains active for 72hours, using the coils condensation to spread this ensures the coil is odour free.
6. Check indoor air temperatures and evaporator T/D.
7. Inspect the outdoor unit for rust and vibrations.
8. Check gas temperatures.