Answer: In general, the average life span of an air conditioner is 6 – 7 years. This varies according to the frequency the air-con is used and regular servicing of the air conditioner by a professional air conditioner technician.
Answer: An Inverter air conditioner regulates the temperature of the room and can achieve the desired temperature accordingly. It is more energy efficient as it reduces inefficient cooling with accurate control.
Answer: The selection of models depends on the size of the room, the frequency of usage, the number of rooms you require to be air conditioned, and HDB requirements. Our friendly staff will be more than happy to help you select a suitable model for your home. You can call us at 6896 2477.
Answer: With regular maintenance, the air conditioner will last longer, operate more efficiently and reduce the need for repair, essentially saving you money in the long-run.
Answer: A good estimate would be 3 – 4 times a year for residential air conditioners. For air conditioners in commercial & industrial environments, a monthly maintenance is recommended. Feel free to contact us for more information or to enquire about maintenance contracts.
Answer: Cleaning the external surfaces or the air conditioner and cleaning the air filters in the air con every 2 weeks will help clear dust accumulation. Any other maintenance should be done by a professional and trained air condition technician. Talk to us about maintaining your air conditioners!
Answer: Varying reasons could be a factor. One reason might be the inner coil fan or the blower is dirty. Another reason could be defective components or parts in the air conditioner.
Answer: Smells from the environment (e.g Cigarette smoke) may have been taken in by the air conditioner unit and released along with the air flow. Consult our trained specialists if encountering such situations.
Answer: In general, 25-27 Â°C is recommended. Lowering the temperature by 1Â°C can raise your operating costs up by 15%.
Answer: Generally, it will take 1 day for a HDB flat. For other types of homes, it may require a longer period.