Car Air Conditioning Service
A car air conditioning system that blows out stuffy, hot air on a stifling summer’s day is enough to drive anyone mad. If this sounds familiar, it's highly possible that your car aircon system is low on refrigerant, most likely because there is a leak. On more modern vehicles, if the refrigerant reaches a critically low level, they are designed to automatically shut down in order to protect the air conditioning compressor.
We can test the complete system by performing an air con recharge using our gas recharge system. We recharge your car air-conditioning with the required level of refrigerant as recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.
How Often Should I Recharge My Car Air Conditioning?
How Does Car Air Conditioning Work?
Top Tips for Making the Most of your Aircon:
• In hot weather conditions, switch your air con/climate control to recirculate mode to block the hot air entering the car and recirculate the cool air to be more effective.
• Don't wait for your car air conditioning to cool down before you drive off. Your aircon works more effectively when you are driving. This is because the compressor will run faster if the engine turns faster.
• Ensuring your car aircon is set to the lowest temperature and adjusting the fan as desired will mean that you can save on fuel.