Cheap Aircon Gas Top Up Price & Gas Leak Repair Service in Singapore

Aircon is Running But Not Cooling? Time to Top Up Aircon Gas

Cool Earth Aircon Services Front Office

Aircon Gas Leak Repair & Refill

If you aircon is running well but not cooling, it might be caused by gas leaking.  We are an air conditioning contractor that offers the best in class maintenance and care for your air conditioning. Our team of experienced engineers have the expertise required for top-up aircon gasaircon repair, maintenance, installation, servicing and more. We are always happy to help you to take care of your unit.

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Licensed Aircon Company
90 Days Warranty
Recommended. Take longer time to service but happy its being cleaned thoroughly.
Denise Dunigan
Denise Dunigan
03:27 24 Mar 21
Simply one of the best in town! Professional and prompt services. We have booked their services both for residential and corporate spaces. The team, led by Michael, was really warm to deal with, and they tried to be as transparent as possible in guiding us about the repair they were doing. As a repeat client, I cannot recommend them enough. If you want quick response from the team, you can simply contact them through their website. An customer specialist will immediately be in touch with you more
07:31 15 Jul 20
Book an appointment easily via whatsapp and the aircon technicians Brendon assigned arrived on schedule.I also want to say that they provided great service and were really through in explaining my issues. They were also really nice and made sure to clean up after performing their work. Great job guys!read more
Yi Ting Lee
Yi Ting Lee
05:18 24 Nov 20
Great professional services. We've had bad experiences with professional cleaners and aircon specialists before, so we were naturally wary about this at first. Fortunately, after our third try, we found the professional partner for our home (and even our home office). You can readily sense that they have been doing this for years because of their efficient system, from booking to dispatching. Their aircon specialists are also skilled and I heard from one of the specialists that they are required to renew their license annually. Great thanks and great job!read more
Jacqualine Rolle
Jacqualine Rolle
01:51 02 Aug 20


  • Our lead technician has 18 years of aircon servicing and repair experience.
  • Provide same day or next day emergency aircon services.
  • 100% fix all your aircon problem.
  • Specialise in troubleshooting aircon water leakage problem.
  • Free follow up air con service within 7 days.
  • Guarantee 90 days workmanship warranty.
  • Provide 100% safe chemical overhaul solution to remove the bacteria inside your aircon.

Aircon Gas Top Up Price

How much to top up aircon gas?

It depends on how much gas need to refill into your air conditioner. Here are the base aircon gas refill price.

R22 – $2 per psi
R410 – $4 per psi

Top up Aircon Gas

All Works Come with 90 Days Warranty

Aircon Brands Supported by Cool Earth

What is Chemical Wash Aircon?

Aircon Chemical cleaning or aircon overhaul service is a process that involves the use of chemical-based cleaners to restore and recondition your air conditioner.

For Example. You have been using your aircon for 3-4 years now without experiencing any problem. And you do not are not doing any proper servicing throughout those years. This scenario allows your aircon unit to gather dirt, oil and dust in several parts.

To solve this issue, we highly recommend dismantling the electronic control and fan coil of the unit. Then, clean all parts of the aircon unit using a particular cleaning chemical that washes away the dirt. This cleaning process also sanitize the unit, bring back cool air and improve the air qaulity. Our technician provides thoroughly chemical wash servicing which support various type of aircon brands such as Fujitsu, LG and Toshiba.

The scope of chemical washing work includes.

  • Disassembling electronic control.
  • Dismantling of fan coil.
  • Dismantling the drainage device.
  • Chemically washing as well as cleaning up the fan coil together with other parts.
  • Drying and Vacuuming of the drainage.
  • Checking up the thermostat.
  • Commissioning and testing the system.
  • Gas Top-up & Checkup Service.

The Type of Aircon Gases

There are several different types of gas that are used in air conditioning units. The two main ones that are seen on the market today are R22, and R410.

R22 Gas

R22 is also known as Freon, it is a gas that was introduced to the markets decades ago as an environmentally friendly alternative to the original CFCs. While R22 is indeed more environmentally friendly than other gases, it is far from environmentally friendly, and the Montreal Agreement saw many countries agree to phase out the use of R22 gas. Because of this phase out, most new air conditioning units run other gases, and it can be quite hard to purchase R22 to top up old units, because so few countries make it now. If you have a unit that is powered by R22, you should be proactive about servicing it to ensure that it does not leak. Regular maintenance will keep your unit in good shape, protect the environment, and protect your pocket book from the potential expense of needing to do a full R22 recharge

R410A Gas

R410A is a new type of refrigerant that has all but replaced R22 in most parts of the world. R410 is more environmentally friendly, and more efficient, so it is a good choice for a replacement. IT is better at both releasing heat and absorbing it, and it is less damaging to the ozone layer. It does, however, require more durable parts in the air conditioning unit itself, which means that it will not work in older R22 units. If you have a newer unit, though, there is a very high chance that it uses R410A.

Does Aircon Need to Top Up Aircon Gas? And How Often to Top Up?

You should have your air conditioning checked and serviced regularly. There are several reasons for this. Firstly, over time your air conditioning will start to get damaged and decay. Many parts do need replacing on a regular basis, or at the very least cleaning. If you do not take good cair of your air conditioning unit then it may start to under-perform – either blowing hot air when it is supposed to be cold or failing to warm the air during colder times of the year.

In some cases, all that is wrong with your air conditioning unit is that there is a clogged air filter. In other cases, it is a more serious problem. If your air conditioning unit is leaking coolant then it will not be able to keep you as cool as you might like, and this will become obvious during the warmer months. Rather than waiting until a day when it’s very hot and humid to notice that your air conditioning is not working, it’s a good idea to have regular services. You should not, under normal circumstances, need to recharge your air conditioning with a full load of coolant every year. If you are noticing that this is happening, then there is probably something very wrong with your air conditioning, and you need to get it repaired properly. That is something that we can help with.

How to Top Up Aircon Gas?

Really, the term ‘recharging’ for air conditioning units does not make a lot of sense. The air conditioning unit is not a battery, rather, it is a large container. The refrigerant pulls heat out of the air, and then transports that heat through the system. Topping up the refrigerant simply means refilling the refrigerant so there is enough in the system to get the job done.

The process will depend on the type of system, usually, the air conditioning technician will do the following:

  • Check air filters, pipes and other parts.
  • Check the compressor
  • Check the fluid levels of the refrigerant
  • Confirm the type of refrigerant, and the desired level for the system in question

If there is an issue with the refrigerant levels in the unit, then the technician will take some time to identify why the refrigerant levels are low. If there is a leak, then it could be worthwhile to replace the leaking components and do a full recharge.

Checking AC Gas Level

If, however, the leak is very small then it may make more sense to just top up the gases in the unit during your regular maintenance visit, and consider other options at a later date.