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Air Conditioning Service & Regas in Canowindra

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Merry Christmas from B.R & K.S Burn
B.R & K.S Burn wish our customers a safe and happy holiday season. To get your car in prime condition and avoid being stuck during the holiday season, ensure you book in your car service well in advance!  

 

Bring your car in to our Canowindra workshop and let a B.R & K.S Burn mechanic check, service and/or Regas your car air conditioner and help reduce your fuel bill, among other benefits...

  
Like just about any other form of modern technology with moving parts, the air-conditioning system in your car needs to get a regular service to maintain peak efficiency.

 

  Air Conditioning Service
  
A Car Air Conditioning Service must be carried out by qualified technicians and is the best way to maintain peak efficiency and ensure you can keep your cool no matter what the weather
  

Why do Car Air Conditioners need regular Servicing
  

The air con's compressor needs to have the oil checked and/or changed to prevent it from seizing up. When the air filters become clogged with dirt and bacteria, it will affect the performance of the entire system and can even cause automotive air conditioners to quit working altogether - not to mention the ill effect it can have on your health. 

  
It’s also very important that the rubber seals are checked for any leaks or deterioration. When air conditioner seals start to leak gas your air con system as a whole will begin to deteriorate, decreasing it's efficiency and increasing your use of fuel. A new car can typically lose approximately 20% of it's air conditioners refrigerant gas in the first two years. 


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Why do Car Air Conditioners need regular Servicing
  

The special Refrigerant gas used in a car air conditioning system is what creates ‘the cool’. This gas is compressed via the compressor, causing it's temperature to drop dramatically, then pumped through the system to cool the air which is to be circulated through your car. Running your air conditioner puts an extra load on the engine, which means you need to consume more fuel than you normally would.  


Why do Car Air Conditioners need a regas 


If the refrigerant gas has started to leak or evaporate, there is a drop in pressure, so the compressor has to work harder to compress the gas. This in turn puts a bigger load on your car’s engine, meaning of course that you are using even more fuel. This pressure drop also occurs naturally over time as the gas degrades.
  

To run in top condition the refrigerant gas in your car air conditioner needs to be recharged completely within four years from the manufacture date and every two to three years after that, to ensure the optimum pressure level is maintained.
  

By getting an annual Car air-con service you can help to prevent costly breakdowns in the future – and a well serviced air conditioning system actually saves you money because it uses less petrol and potential problems may be identified early and avoided.
  

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B.R & K.S Burn are qualified refrigerant handlers and can perform air conditioning repairs, services and regas on most makes and models in and around Canowindra NSW. 
  

So Keep Your Cool this summer with a Car Air Conditioner Service in Canowindra NSW by B.R & K.S Burn 
  

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Car Air Conditioner getting a bit smelly ?
  

Ask about our MIST service today and treat the problem at it's source. A mist service will kill any bacteria that may be lurking in your Car’s Air system. This bacteria can cause odours and even make you sick, especially if you have allergies or asthma.

  
A MIST clean of your system uses ultra sonic technology to ensure that your car’s air con system is clean and free of nasty bugs – making your car not just smell better but making it healthier for you and your family.

 


  

 

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