Upper Coomera Air Conditioning
AIR CONDITIONING UPPER COOMERA
Need Air Conditioning Upper Coomera? When your air conditioning breaks down in the summer, you want it to be fixed as soon as possible. However, you also want the people repairing it to be reliable. This is why for repairing of broken air conditioning, Upper Coomera always calls Deepchill.
Deepchill has been operating in the Gold Coast, SE Queensland, and northern New South Wales area since 1986. As the foremost sellers of ActronAir air conditioners, as well as suppliers of other leading brands, we have been taking care of all cooling needs of the region.
If you need air conditioners for your home or business, we have brands like ActronAir, LG, Fujitsu, Daikin, Samsung, Bree, and more. As a company licensed by ARC Australia and Building Services Australia, we are qualified to install these for you. We can also install refrigeration units, cool rooms, exhaust ventilation, Steril-Aire purifiers, and much more.
In an effort to make sure that your cooling unit functions without hitch for many years to come, we offer a preventative maintenance package. This is aimed to provide your system with servicing so it continues to run smoothly.
Whether it is maintenance or repair you need, or even information about buying a new cooling unit, call us to speak to our service manager. You can also get a free quote for any of our services.
About Upper Coomera
Upper Coomera is a suburb of the city of Gold Coast and is located on its northern side. It has the M1 Pacific Motorway on its eastern side separating it from Coomera while the Coomera River in the south separates it from the suburb of Oxenford. Willow Vale lies towards the north.
Upper Coomera has several shopping options including Coomera City Centre, Coomera Grand Shopping Centre, and The Hub. The suburb also has a number of schools. The primary schools include Coomera Springs State School and Highland Reserve State School. Other schools in the area are Upper Coomera State College, Assisi College, Saint Stephen’s College, and Coomera Anglican College.
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