Air Cond Chemical Wash
AirCon Pro is the answer you have been looking for! We offer chemical washing for every type of air conditioner. We thoroughly clean your air conditioner to make it work like it is brand new. Click the button below to contact us and get a free quote!
The Importance of Aircon Chemical Wash
When you notice that your air conditioner is not performing the way it normally does, it may need to undergo a chemical wash. As the name explains, it is the process of chemically washing your air conditioning unit.
This is done regularly to extensively clean your unit from piled up dust, dirt, and toxic gunk that has accumulated over time.
Chemical washes are also recommended as they also solve the common problem of water leakage in most units. A chemical wash not only deeply cleans your air conditioner, but also extends its life capacity.
Additionally, it gives you cleaner and cooler air, saves you from multiple repairs to your unit, and lowers your electricity bill.
Our Process: Aircon Chemical Wash
We bring high-quality services to all of our clients. For a chemical wash, we safely dismantle and clean the cover, front panel, and filter of your unit. The condenser is then chemically cleaned and unclogged to ensure a smooth water drainage system.
The coil and fan are also inspected and cleaned. Afterward, the electrical parts of the unit are checked and tested to ensure that the unit is working properly. Motor parts are then lubricated and heat timing is calculated.
Air Cond Brands That We Support
In AirCon Pro, we have experienced all types of air cond brands in the market. This includes Fujitsu, Hitachi, Panasonic, LG, Daikin, Mitsubishi, and York.
What Should I Expect During an Aircon Chemical Wash?
There are numerous kinds of air conditioning systems, all serve one purpose: to provide cool air.
Here are the types we commonly install in offices and homes.
Usually, a chemical wash is done if
- There is a water leak
- The unit is not producing cool air
- The unit is not functioning properly
To avoid problems like these, it is highly suggested that you get a chemical wash. As the name suggests, the air conditioner unit is washed using a chemical-based solution. Here at AirCon Pro, our experts are equipped with high-quality equipment and safety gear. We carefully dismantle the unit and meticulously clean each part. Once the wash is done, we put back the parts of the unit and test its function. Before leaving, we always make sure that we leave the unit working better than when we started.
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For over 10 years, we have consistently been providing high-quality air conditioner services throughout Malaysia to our clients. We are committed to getting the job done. We ensure that we leave your home or business with a clean air conditioner that works perfectly!
To know more about our services, contact us, and get a free site survey!
FAQs About Air Cond Chemical Wash
What’s The Price of Aircon Chemical Wash
Due to the many kinds of air conditioner units, differing systems, and other factors, the price for an air conditioner chemical wash varies. However, you can be assured that AirCon Pro can provide the best and most affordable price.
Is an aircon chemical wash necessary?
Yes! An air conditioner chemical wash removes the toxic gunk in your unit which regular cleaning processes usually cannot achieve. From the filter, condenser, and evaporator, a chemical wash removes the accumulated dust, dirt, and slime.
When is it time to chemically wash my aircon?
When you notice that your air conditioner’s indoor unit and fan coil become extremely dirty, a chemical wash needs to be done. If you also want your air conditioner to work its best and last longer, it is advised to have it cleaned.
What happens if I don’t clean my aircon?
Failing to regularly clean your air conditioner can lead to serious damage to your unit. Instead of releasing cool air, your unit will produce the opposite and even cause poor quality indoor air due to dirt, dust, and gunk that has accumulated on the filter. It would also cause more problems, thus resulting in even more expensive repairs that will hurt your budget and electric bills.