Whilst it is tempting to try and install the air conditioning unit yourself to save some money, quite often it is not such a good idea, as not only can it pose a safety risk but it can cost you more money in the long term.
If the Air conditioning is not installed properly, it might not work or worst still get broken in the air conditioning installation process.
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A lot of people underestimate the difficulty of an air conditioner installation. With wiring, pipe work and duct work required it is best to call in qualified air conditioning installers that are professionals in there field, to ensure your new appliance is working sooner and longer.
Whilst we can use any brand you would like, we normally use and recommend one of the brands below:
"I wish to thank Jack and Simon who came to install my air conditioner this morning in my unit in Carina. They were friendly, helpful and hard working . Jack taught me about cleaning and servicing the air conditioner. I especially liked the attention they gave to keeping the unit clean and the garden tidy. I'm very happy with my new Mitsubishi machine. Thank you to April for her co-ordination in getting the job done on the right day, as promised by your rep Michael. I suffer from Multiple Sclerosis and heat can cause serious health problems. Air conditioning in Brisbane summers is an essential part of my life. Now I'm confident that I will be able to lead a more normal life this year."
Janis from Carina
Established in 1962, Fallon Services has a team of qualified air conditioning installers for your new air conditioner.
We have over 50 years experience and are able to provide you with the most cost effective and time effective solution to get your air conditioner installation completed.
To find out more either contact us on 1300 762 260 or fill in an air conditioner intallation enquiry form.
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