Air Con Recharge and Service Prices

Car air conditioning service and air con recharge

a car air conditioning regas specialist

MOBILE SERVICE- We come to you. 10% OFF if you come to usRECHARGE from £49FULL A/C SERVICE from £59
Initial system testYesyes
Check system components such as hoses, belts, condenser,compressor, fans, electrics etcNoYes
Check internal system controls, flaps, heating etcNoYes
Recover any existing refrigerant from the systemNoYes
Vacuum A/C systemNoYes
Regas (recharge) A/C system with refrigerant to vehicle specific levelsYesYes
Add A/C oil and leak detection dyeNoYes
Leak test componentsNoYes
Full post re-gas system testNoYes
Update service records.NoYes
Repair AirCon SystemCall for priceCall for price
Fit new Aircon PartsCall for priceCall for price
R1234yf Recharge (Re-gas)Call for priceCall for price
System Diagnostic£35.00 per hour (done FREE as part of Full A/C service)
Odour/Bacterial Removal Treatment£35.00 if done as part of Full A/C Service, otherwise £55
R12 to R134a conversion£120.00 (includes Full A/C service)

We also now offer R1234yf regas / recharge from many of our outlets. Please contact your nearest technician for details.

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Why have your aircon serviced?

      • We come to you, OR come to us for 10% DISCOUNT
      • Not cold enough?
      • Windows not demisting?
      • Runny nose, headache?
      • Strange noises when A/C is on?
      • Your car air con system loses up to 15% of it’s refrigerant every year.
      • A poorly performing car air conditioning system can cause a build up of fungus, bacteria and other microbes growing inside the evaporator core, causing a smell, sometimes an allergic reaction and can lead to legionnaires disease.
      • Have your car air con system serviced every 18 months. It will say that in your car manufacturers service guide, yet when your car is serviced, your A/C system is never serviced. It’s an extra, chargeable item, but vital to have done.
      • A typical main dealer car air conditioning service will cost you at least £100, plus you take the car to them.
      • A poor aircon system can increase your fuel costs as the air conditioning pump need to work harder
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