Air Conditioner need a service? Make sure you call a qualified electrician
Imagine: It’s 35 degrees outside, you’re at your wits end in the middle of the school holidays. It’s midday, with the sun bearing down on your tin roof, and your air conditioner starts acting up.
Your first reaction might be to access the nearest help and never mind the quality; OR you might want to consider why it is so important to call in the experts when it comes to repairing your air conditioner.
Minor or major problems? Don’t find out the hard way.
Simple matters are, of course easily fixed, however, if you have an unlicensed professional step in and attempt to repair an air conditioner that isn’t working, you may end up with both a voided warranty and a problem made worse by incompetence or inexperience.
Keep your warranty intact.
All companies who make machinery like air conditioners place a warranty on their goods for anywhere between 6 months and 10 years, depending on the unit you invest in. The warranty is void if you allow an unlicensed person to attempt a repair on the machine.
Ask for an Air Con expert or a qualified electrician.
If your air conditioner has broken down right when you need it most, don’t suffer through the heat and definitely don’t get the wrong person to fix it. Most repairs are easily undertaken and can end up costing you far less than you might expect. It’s a good idea to ask whether your qualified electrician deals specifically with air conditioning problems so you can be sure you’ll get the best help available at a great price.
Remember, a broken air conditioner is not the best reason to call a qualified electrician. The best thing you can do for yourself and your family when it comes to air conditioning is to have your machine regularly serviced so you’re never let down when it really counts.
For more information or an obligation free quote, call our solutions focused team today. Our experienced technicians specialise in air conditioner repairs, and our 6-point air conditioning servicing plan covers every aspect of air conditioners that can lead to problems. We look forward to hearing from you.