A Clean Air Conditioner System Makes
For a Happier & Healthier Home Life in Darwin
It’s one thing to treat cold and flu-like symptoms, and quite another to determine the cause.
And yes, getting to the core of it, your split system could quite easily be source of ill-health for you or any of your family members…even your pets. Both the indoor and outdoor system components are natural breeding grounds for dust, dust mites, pollen, mould spores, bacteria, germs, and other airborne pollutants.
How do you know if your system is ready for a cleaning?
- If it hasn’t been cleaned in at least a year
- If you’re experiencing such symptoms as coughing, sneezing, headaches, dry eyes and others on a lingering basis
At Dunwrights Electrical Darwin, we are split system air conditioner professionals, both for new installations and regular cleanings.
These are some of the steps included in when we clean your indoor and outdoor split system air conditioner components:
- Remove all visible contaminants from the filters, evaporator coils, condensate drain pan, return vent and louver.
- We use high quality professional cleaning products that sanitise as they clean.
- Each application is designed to provide whole-house protection for a year at a time. Still, you can contact us at any time should cold-like symptoms suddenly re-appear.
- The extent and scope of the cleaning application depends, in part, on your family’s health concerns, especially if anyone suffers from allergies, asthma, or other respiratory ailments.
- Our split system cleaning also includes exterior surfaces for improved aesthetic appeal.
Where do you spend the greatest amount of time? Inside your home, of course, especially when you factor in sleeping hours. So doesn’t it make sense to provide you and your family with the cleanest indoor air possible?
Contact Dunwrights Electrical Darwin today to schedule our air conditioner cleaning service and, chances are, you’ll breathe a sigh of relief just knowing we’re on our way.
See also our 3 Air Conditioning Premium Packages