Accumulated through time, dust can definitely be one of the most common problems of air conditioners.
No, you do not have to. Once you can achieve your ideal temperature, you can also reduce your fan speed to help trap cold air.
Yes, the filter is just one part of the air conditioner that keeps it working. The compressor, fan coils, and condenser also need regular checking.
You can clean your filter at home at least once a month.
No this is not normal and should be looked into by an aircon specialist ASAP, as this could lead to further damages in your AC.
You may wait for a few more minutes, as this is usually your system’s way of protecting itself from further damages.
Repairs are always the more affordable options, but the more accurate decision will come from a professional aircon technician who can assess the actual state of the aircon.
If you encounter unresponsive or defective remote control, you can always use the power and control buttons installed in the aircon and have it manually controlled until you get the remote control fixed.
This is often a problem with frosted evaporator coil. If left unaddressed, this can permanently damage your aircon.
It’s one of your signals to have your aircon serviced because it could mean a leak in your refrigerant causing the temperature to drop really low.
Air purifying filters will ensure that you will be breathing healthy air with your AC on. Depending on the frequency of usage, you may need to change it every six months.
This can be caused by faulty wiring, moldy interiors, and even insects and other particles stuck inside your aircon.
This could be an issue in your thermostat that may need recalibrating, or some particle that is blocking your condenser causing difficulty of cooling down the room.
It depends on your settings, but it’s advisable not to set it too low to avoid having an overworked AC. The ideal temperature is between 23-25 Celsius.
This could signal a problem in your compressor, the part of AC that is responsible for creating the cold air. Dirty aircon may also cause your aircon to take a lot of time to achieve the desired temperature.
No. For most of the case, leaking water means that your aircon already needs to be cleaned. The accumulated dirt particles will cause the evaporator coils to freeze, thus the leaking water. But there might be other reasons too. Please contact us to help you check further.
Noisy aircon is often a sign of a loose fan or other items that have fallen within the unit. Noise in the aircon should therefore not be ignored for a long period.
While this may seem like a low maintenance type of condenser, it is still advisable.
Not really. Although they share the same name Mitsubishi, Mitsubishi Electric and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries are 2 different companies. They both were a sister company but are direct competitors now.
This is necessary to ensure that we can install the accurate system for your property. Assessment fees shall be waived upon commencement of service.
Yes, we have all the necessary permits and certification to pass through these regulations.
Definitely. Our technicians will be happy to explain the entire process for you to guarantee that the air conditioning system will truly work for you. You can read more about how we do this here https://www.coolearth.com.sg/aircon-installation/
You can expect air conditioners from top brands to last for up to 10 years, especially with constant maintenance.
The main difference between these two aircon types is the energy consumption. Since inverter aircons have more adapting compressor motor, you will be able to save more on energy by having an aircon that is not constantly at work, as its speed will depend on the temperature of the room.
However, the space and regulations of the building or property still need to be considered, if it permits installation of inverter aircon.
Inverter type of aircon has a compressor motor with more variable speed, which means that it can adjust to the temperature of the surroundings aptly.
Generally, you can compute the power consumption of an AC through the following formula:
Units = Power in Watts * time in hours / 1000
Yes, we do have a survey fee, which can still be waived if you intend to proceed with the installation proposal. We conduct a site survey to provide you with a more accurate installation quotation.
It will depend on a lot of factors including location of the house and type of unit, so we cannot provide an exact estimate. You can, however, contact us to provide the necessary details for us to send back a quotation: https://www.coolearth.com.sg/contact/
No. Chemical washing is an extremely complex job that should only be handled by professionals.
One of the main reasons for a chemical wash is when an aircon has not been cleaned for more than a year, and are showing signs of more complex problems including a compressor that is already heating too fast, or long time to cool despite cleaning the filters. Find out more here.
When booking for a chemical wash service, you will be made to choose between dismantle and non-dismantle coverage. Dismantle service will remove every part of your AC unit to be cleaned piece by piece. Non-dismantle will only focus on the major parts and allow the chemical solution to clean all other parts simply.
We have been in business for more than a decade. You can learn more about our humble beginnings here https://www.coolearth.com.sg/about/
Part of our post-service offering is a 30-day warranty for the services we provide.
Yes, as well as holidays. You can book for a service ahead through this page: https://www.coolearth.com.sg/contact/
Some properties do not require permits, while some do, especially if you reside in HDB properties. So, it’s best to inform us ahead so we can help in securing necessary permits.
Yes, you can. Depending on the number of coils, the annual package will be between $200-400. See more service packages here. https://www.coolearth.com.sg/promotion/
Yes, our services cover both residential and commercial clients, as well as handling all commercial aircon brands including Daikin VRV and VRF for Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Fujitsu and Toshiba.
Yes. We do offer R22 Gas and R410 Gas services. You can find out more about this service at: https://www.coolearth.com.sg/gas-topup/
Yes. Our checking fee of $50 will be waived if you decide to proceed with our service proposal.
No. One package quotation is also good for one location only.
This already covers the cost of travel time, which is made longer by the traffic and parking congestion in CDB areas.
Chemical washing involves strong solvents that are safe for all aircon parts and is more thorough compared to standard servicing. Our technician will be able to assess whether the present state of your AC requires chemical wash already. Find out more here.
Our non-dismantle chemical cleaning rate will start from $80 to include one condenser unit. For a more comprehensive dismantle chemical washing service, a budget of $150-$180 will do. Know more about chemical wash here: https://www.coolearth.com.sg/chemical-wash/
The rates range from $50-$115 depending on the number of units to be serviced. You can check our other packages here. https://www.coolearth.com.sg/promotion/
Our technicians are dispatched to your location within one to three days, depending on your scheduled time.