One of the major problem with vehicle interior Air Conditioning system is the loss of refrigerant especially in the case of older vehicle. Air condition and maintenance works department at our facility is dedicated to keep your vehicle's cooling intact. That is, we carry out the process of adding new systems and removing the older coolants and air conditioning mechanisms in the vehicle if necessary, and also carry out the function of repairing of the parts.
How often should my A/C be inspected?
You tell us. How’s the air feeling in your ride? Are you refreshed and cooled with full air flow when your A/C is pumping? Well, if you answered “Yes, I am as cool as a cucumber,” you can cross A/C inspection off your list.
For all the “No” respondents: do you fall into the “my A/C is not cold enough” or the “it’s taking too long to cool down,” side of the spectrum? Don’t sweat, stop in for an A/C Performance Check and we’ll have you back rolling down those hot summer streets cooler than ever. So chill, your A/C is only an inspection away from cooler days.
How often do I need my A/C system “recharged”?
Only when the cool breeze no longer feels as chilly as you remember. Simple enough. Now, it is true that a well maintained A/C system can go its entire life without needing a recharge. But, that’s if you’re extremely lucky.
If you start noticing your A/C isn’t reaching those refreshingly cool temperatures, have your system inspected. In this situation, most cars will be low on Freon. And since the A/C is a sealed system, low Freon is a big sign that something is not right. It could be a small leak that needs attention or possibly part of the A/C is failing – bring it in and we’ll perform an A/C Performance Check and get to the root of the problem. We’ll get you back out there cruising with a nice, cool breeze again.