Car Air Conditioning in South London

Fallsbrook Motors is ready to help you with any air conditioning job whether it’s a service or a system repair. We have invested in state of the art bygas air conditioning servicing technology. This means we are now able to undertake servicing and repairs to all modern vehicle air conditioning systems equipped with the newer 1234YF gas as well as the older R134A gas.

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Air Conditioning System Re-Gas

Over time your car or van’s air conditioning system will lose a small amount of its refrigerant, typically up to 15% per year. This loss causes the air conditioning system to work less effectively and reduces its ability to cool the interior of your car or van.

Air Conditioning System Service

Air conditioning systems that are serviced regularly will not only cool the vehicles interior, but also reduce air moisture levels this also helps to defog interior windows. In addition, a well maintained air conditioning system will help to remove any nasty odours that occur in air conditioning systems.

New 1234YF Air Conditioning Gas

It is important to note the new 1234YF gas has lower greenhouse warming potential than the older R134A air conditioning gas, which means that it is much more environmentally friendly. However, the new 1234YF gas is significantly more expensive than the older type of gas.

Please see our air conditioning re-gas and service options below.

Air-Con Service & Re-Gas – R134A – £75 + VAT

  1. Check temperature of air con output before any servicing
  2. Carry out visual inspection of air con ribbed belt (if accessible)
  3. Carry out visual inspection of air con compressor and end pulley (if accessible)
  4. Carry out visual inspection of air con pipes (if accessible)
  5. Carry out recovery of refrigerant gas
  6. Carry out evacuation of air and moisture from system
  7. Carry out a vacuum leak check
  8. Recharge system with correct amount of refrigerant gas
  9. Add fresh air conditioning oil to system
  10. Carry out temperature check of air con system
  11. Visually check pollen filter (if accessible)
  12. Add anti-bacterial additive to clear build-up of bacteria and unpleasant smells
  13. Add UV dye

Air-Con Service & Re-Gas – 1234YF £150 + VAT

  1. Check temperature of air con output before any servicing
  2. Carry out visual inspection of air con ribbed belt (if accessible)
  3. Carry out visual inspection of air con compressor and end pulley (if accessible)
  4. Carry out visual inspection of air con pipes (if accessible)
  5. Carry out recovery of refrigerant gas
  6. Carry out evacuation of air and moisture from system
  7. Carry out a vacuum leak check
  8. Recharge system with correct amount of refrigerant gas
  9. Add fresh air conditioning oil to system
  10. Carry out temperature check of air con system
  11. Visually check pollen filter (if accessible)
  12. Add anti-bacterial additive to clear build-up of bacteria and unpleasant smells
  13. Add UV dye

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