DOES IT FEEL LIKE YOUR CAR’S AIR CONDITIONER IS JUST BLOWING AROUND HOT AIR? IS AN AWFUL SMELL WAFTING OUT OF THOSE VENTS, KIND OF LIKE WET DOG … OR WORSE? HAVE YOU SERVICED YOUR AIR CONDITIONING LATELY?
Most motorists aren’t aware, but your air conditioning system should be serviced at least once a year. This service ensures proper functioning of your air con. If you feel that your air con isn’t chilling properly, it’s more-than-likely the refrigerant levels need refilling and replacing. Your air conditioning system also needs a regular clean of its air circulation system, to firstly maintain its icy coldness, but also to eliminate any foul odours caused by harmful bacteria growing in your car’s air conditioning system. Customers would be shocked at how unclean air con systems become in just a year!
But many dealerships and other mechanics charge absurdly high prices for this service – or just don’t offer it at all! At Western Auto Services, not only do we offer the best in air con service, we’re very competitive priced. We know that the last thing our customers want is hot air and a wet dog smell – or worse – on those hot Melbourne days!
Our in-store professionals can offer you the following services:
Air Con Diagnosis
We can diagnose the problem for you, first by checking your refrigerant levels. We can tell you if your air con refrigerant requires refilling, for its best performance.
Air Con Recharge
If your air con refrigerant needs refilling, our expertly trained specialists can perform this service for the low price of just $190 plus GST. This is all included in our competitive Air Con Recharge service. For our special promotional price, see the [special offer page].
Air Con Repair and Service
Our expertly trained specialists can also perform an air con repair and service, if required.
Be sure to contact us to secure a booking. An air con recharge is subject to availability, and can be carried out only after inspection of the vehicle. If you’re unsure, please contact us.
So, if you’re sick of hot, smelly air – or you just want to avoid it next time you’re stuck on the Bolte Bridge on a 40-degree day!