Brisbane Emergency Repairs

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When the sun starts beating down on you and sweat is pouring out of every pore, the last thing you want to deal with is a broken unit of air conditioner. Unfortunately, despite our best efforts at preventive maintenance, the air conditioning systems has a pesky habit of breaking down at the worst possible times. So, how do you spot the signs that your air conditioner needs emergency repairs?

Here are three telltale signs that you need to call for emergency air conditioning repairs:

  1. Your air conditioning unit is leaking water.

If you notice water pooling around your air conditioner, it's a surefire sign that something is wrong. In most cases, a water leak indicates that your condensate drain is clogged. However, it could also be a sign of a more serious issue, such as a refrigerant leak. Either way, it's best to err on the side of caution and call a professional for help.

  1. Strange noises are coming from your air conditioning systems.

Air conditioner usually operate fairly quietly. So, if you start hearing strange noises coming from yours, it's definitely cause for concern. Some of the most common sounds that indicate an issue include hissing, banging, and clicking. If you hear any of these noises, shut off your unit, and call for air conditioning repairs right away.

  1. Your energy bills are suddenly higher than usual.

Have you noticed your energy bills creeping up even though you haven't been using your air conditioner any more than usual? If so, it could be due to an issue with your unit's compressor or ventilation ducts. Luckily, both of these issues can be easily fixed by a trained professional. However, if left unaddressed, they could lead to even more costly repairs down the road.

Dealing with air conditioning repairs are never fun—especially in the middle of summer. However, by keeping an eye out for the three signs listed above, you can minimize the risk of your unit breaking down when you need it the most. And if worse comes to worst and you do need to call for emergency repairs? Don't worry—our team at A & P Refrigeration and Air Conditioning is always here to help!

The heat is on, and you need air conditioning repairs. You're sweating just thinking about it. What should you do? Who should you call? And how can you be sure you're getting the best possible service at a fair price?

  1. Finding a Good air conditioner Repair Company

When your air conditioner breaks, it's important to find a reputable company to do the repairs. Start by asking family and friends for recommendations. Once you've got a few names, check online reviews to see what others are saying about the companies' services. Once you've narrowed down your options, give each company a call and ask them some questions. Be sure to ask about pricing, warranties, and whether they offer 24/7 emergency service.

  1. Diagnosing the Problem

Once you've found a company, you're comfortable with, it's time to diagnose the problem. In some cases, the problem will be obvious (e.g., there's water leaking from the unit). In other cases, it will be less clear what's wrong. In either case, it's important to have a professional take a look before attempting any repairs yourself. Not only could you end up making the problem worse, but you could also void any warranty that might be in place.

  1. Getting the Repairs Done

Once the problem has been diagnosed, it's time to get the repairs done. In some cases, air conditioner repairs can be done quickly and easily. In other cases, it might take a bit longer or require more parts. Either way, it's important to get the repairs done as soon as possible so that your air conditioner is back up and running and you can stay cool all summer long!

  1. Troubleshooting Tips for common air conditioner problems

Air conditioner problems can be frustrating, but there are some things you can do to troubleshoot common issues yourself before calling a repairman. If your unit isn't turning on, first check to make sure that it's plugged in and that there's power going to it. If that doesn't solve the problem, there could be an issue with the thermostat or even with the compressor itself. If your unit is leaking water, chances are good that the drain pan is full or there's a clog in the drain line. You can try dumping out the pan or using a wet/dry vac to clear the clog yourself; if neither of those solutions works, then it's time to call in a professional. Finally, if your unit isn't cooling properly, first check to see if there are any obstructions blocking airflow through the vents (e.g., furniture or drapes). If that doesn't solve the problem, then there could be an issue with Freon levels or even with the compressor itself—both of which require professional assistance to fix correctly.

At A & P Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, we understand that things happen at odd hours. 

We are available for you 7 days a week to cater for those refrigeration or air conditioning emergencies, be it domestic or commercial.

If:

  • your fridge is not cooling
  • your freezer has stopped working
  • your air conditioner has broken down

Call us now on (07) 3324 8318 and we will come and fix your emergency.

Talk to us about a Commercial Refrigeration Contract

We customise your commercial refrigeration service contracts according to your requirements. These service contracts have many benefits for your refrigeration equipment including:

  • Reduce expensive breakdown.
  • Reduce the risk of essential equipment out of operation.
  • Saving you money by increasing efficiency of your refrigeration equipment.
  • Confidence in knowing an experienced, qualified technician is looking after your refrigeration equipment.
  • Priority service.

For a set fee per year we can offer you regular servicing contract which keeps your refrigeration equipment running smoothly with advanced warnings when equipment needs further attention, before it breakdowns.

Your Air Conditioning Brisbane Southside Experts!

This busy and bustling South Brisbane area is a focus area for the A&P Air Conditioning South Brisbane team, now and into the future. We recognize that South Brisbane has a great potential for growth and development and for this reason we are well aware that its occupant's (both residential and commercial) need a dedicated air conditioning company.

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Our focus is to give you quality service and peace of mind that your Air Conditioner and Refrigeration appliances are running smoothly because this is what you deserve.

We do this by always ensuring that the work we do is of high quality, that we are on time and we under promise and over deliver.

A family business with over 25 years experience in the Domestic Appliance, Domestic and Commercial Refrigeration and Domestic Air Conditioning industry means that we have the experiance and know how to assist you in your requirements.

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We are fully licensed in relation to all requirement for repairing, servicing and installing your refrigeration and air conditioning equipment.

QBCC Licence

Issued by the Building Services Authority, the QBCC Contractors Licence is required for any contractor performing building work valued over $3 000.

Arctick Refrigerant Handling Licence RAC01

Issued by the Australian Refrigeration Council, any person who handles refrigerant or works on RAC equipment must hold a refrigerant handling licence. 

Refrigeration & Air conditioning Licence

Issued by the Australian Refrigeration Council, it is a requirement that contractors working with refrigerant have the relevant license.

Restricted Electrical Licence

A Restricted Electrical Licence is required to work on fixed wired equipment.

 

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