Mudgeeraba Air Conditioning
AIR CONDITIONING MUDGEERABA
It is not always feasible to throw away an old air conditioner to replace it with a new one. However, it is always possible to service it so it works more efficiently and reliably. If you want to give a new lease of life to your air conditioning, Mudgeeraba should give us a call.
As the foremost dealer of ActronAir ducted and split air conditioning system in Gold Coast, we have some experience in repairing and servicing cooling units. This is including refrigeration units and cool rooms, both for domestic use and commercial.
In addition to ActronAir, we also supply brands like LG, Panasonic, Daikin, Fujitsu, Mitsubishi, Braemer, and many more. We are also the warranty agents for a lot of them. Having been in this business since 1986, we understand the intricacies of the cooling business.
Our licensed technicians are trained to handle the installation, servicing, and repair of all kinds of cooling systems. Whether it is commercial air conditioning, commercial cool rooms, Steril-Aire purifier installation, or exhaust ventilation, we can deal with them all.
Having spent so many years dealing with commercial cooling, we understand that the needs are different from domestic needs. This is why we have a separate team that specialises in commercial installations and maintenance. Whatever you may need, just call us to speak to our service manager for more information.
Mudgeeraba lies in the Gold Coast Hinterland and is a suburb of Gold Coast, Queensland. It has a population of a little over 13,000. The average age of the residents is about 36 years. It is surrounded by Tallai, Worongary, Merrimac, Robina, Varsity Lakes, Reedy Creek, Bonogin, Springbrook, Austinville, and Advancetown.
There are quite a few heritage listed sites in Mudgeeraba including the Mudgeeraba Old Post Office, Wallaby Hotel, Mudgeeraba State School, Hardy’s House, and Hardy’s Bridge. In addition to Mudgeeraba State School, other schools in this area are Somerset College, Clover Hill State School, Mudgeeraba Creek State School, and Mudgeeraba Special School.
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