- What’s the best air-conditioning systems to install?
- Why should I choose AirFour for climate control needs?
- Do you charge for quotations?
- How will a service maintenance program help me?
- Will I lose my warranty if my equipment is not serviced?
- What is R22 and why is it an issue?
Each system has its benefits, but really it will come down to the area to be controlled, how the area will be used and what budget you have to work with. This is something one of our estimators can provide guidance on once have assessed your requirements.[top] Why should I choose AirFour for climate control needs?
Our existing customers find that our depth of experience, high service standard and range of equipment suppliers means that we can quickly assess the right solution for their needs and then deliver on it. This is the same offer we make to new customers.[top] Do you charge for quotations?
No - we don’t charge for quotations for New Equipment Installations. For service maintenance quotes, we charge a normal service callout fee to visit and undertake an inspection of your equipment. For larger or more complex New Equipment Installations, please also use our “plan upload” option for a comprehensive assessment.[top] How will a service maintenance program help me?
Like any piece of machinery, your climate control equipment needs to be maintained regularly to keep it in working at its optimum efficiency. We regularly find equipment which has not been maintained, with this leading to, 1. Higher running costs, 2. Business interruption costs from the unexpected failure of equipment, 3. Shorter life span of equipment and, 4. Unexpected cost for the replacement or repair. Preventative maintenance minimises all of these.[top] Will I lose my warranty if my equipment is not serviced?
In some cases - Yes. Refer to your equipment warranty to check the specific details, but many items require servicing to continue the warranty to its full term.[top] What is R22 and why is it an issue?
R22 is a common refrigerant used in many climate control systems and has been classified as an ozone depleting substance. In line with international environmental protocols the manufacture and import of R22 is being phased out. As supply of R22 diminishes, the cost of this gas is rising. R22 is predominately used in older systems, so as long as your system is well maintained – you have no immediate concerns. If your system fails or requires R22 gas, we recommend that you consider both the cost to repair as well as the cost to replace the unit.[top]