Air Conditioner Repair and Services
Servicing Brisbane suburbs, plus Logan, Beenleigh, Ipswich areas
Call Steve 0438-689-713
Brisbane Appliance Services provide expert advice and service for the installation and servicing of Air Conditioning units for small and large areas, including fruit and meat storage, processing rooms, catering areas, and wherever you need temperature control.
Our team has years of experience and specialist skills in servicing air conditioning, temperature control, and mechanical services equipment.
- Packaged unitary systems
- Packaged split systems
- Builtup systems with direct and open drive compressors
- Water cooled systems
- Air and water cooled chilled water systems.
Our team will work with you to ensure your Air Conditioning systems are working efficiently and to your operating specifications.
We are pleased to help our COMMERCIAL AND DOMESTIC clients.
To make your service call request as rewarding as possible, we suggest you review the following check list for possible solutions. If problem persists, call for service and discuss with one of our service team.
Air conditioning systems have five elements:
- Expansion Valve
- Evaporator Coil
My Air Conditioner is not working.
- Ensure the thermostat itself is in the “Cool” position and not set to “Off” or “Heat.”
- Ensure the thermostat is calling for cooling by making sure the thermostat is set below the current room temperature.
- Check that the 240 volt circuit breaker (double breaker) controlling the air conditioning compressor / condensing unit and the 120 volt circuit breaker controlling the furnace blower or separate air handler, are in the “on” positions. If a circuit breaker has popped or a fuse is blown, then reset the circuit breaker or replace the fuse. If you reset the breaker or replace the fuse and they fail again, stop and call an air conditioning service technician as you may have a more serious problem.
- Check that all switches in and around the air conditioner are set to the “on” position including the external safety switch which is usually on an outside wall next to the condensing unit.
- Check the condensate overflow tray (if your unit has one) for excessive water. Sometimes this tray is installed in remote air handlers using condensate collection instead of a condensate drain. When using a tray, there may be a sensor switch that turns the unit off when water collects in the tray.
- Check to make sure the blower door on the air handler is securely closed.
My Air Conditioner is not cooling.
- Confirm air filter is clean. If dirty, clean or replace the air filter.
- Visually inspect all ductwork to make sure it has not become disconnected or crimped. This includes ductwork that may be in difficult to reach attic, basement or crawl spaces. Repair or connect as needed.
- Check register dampers on vents in the rooms to make sure they are set to an open position.
- Ensure all windows are closed so humid air does not come into the home;
- Ensure condensate drainage is properly working;
- Add supplemental dehumidification with a portable dehumidifier.
Ahort cycles frequently.
The only real solution is to replace the condensing unit and coils with a properly sized system. You can also try to increase the cooling load artificially, such as by air conditioning your garage or basement space with additional ductwork.