Air conditioning units are prone to accumulating bacteria through every day use, as well as after long periods without use
The first sign you might notice of this is a persistent smell coming from your car’s air conditioning system. In some cases this smell might go after a short period of having run the system, this is especially common if the air conditioning has not been used for a while. In some cases this bacteria build-up will need to be cleaned from the system, which is why we offer our anti-bacterial cleaning service.
An air conditioning anti-bacterial clean can remove bacteria from the system and help prevent its future build-up for a period of time, bringing back the crisp, cool air that should be coming out from your vents.
Bacteria can build up in the air conditioning system over time if it goes unused for a period of time. This is common for a lot of motorists who do not get the most from their air conditioning over the winter. Often this means when the air conditioning is used for the first time again in the spring or summer it comes with a musty or unpleasant smell.
An anti-bacterial clean will make sure that your car’s air conditioning system is clean and smells much fresher so you can enjoy crisp and cooling air all year round.
As part of the service our expert technicians will check your Air Conditioning lubricant and refrigerant levels in line with the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendation and remove any bacteria and build in your system.
If your system needs recharging, we can carry out the work while you wait too. Plus, you get a free air conditioning temperature test.
Usually the first signs that you are in need of having your car’s air conditioning system cleaned are when you notice issues in the way that your air con runs. Unusual smells coming from the system are usually a good sign that your system needs to be checked and potentially cleaned.
Don’t think this is what’s wrong with your car’s air conditioning? Take a look at our other Air Conditioning Services.
Terms & Conditions
Price excludes hybrid and electric vehicles. We can provide a regas service for vehicles using either R134a or R1234yf refrigerant (at selected Centres). Your vehicle handbook will identify which air conditioning refrigerant your vehicle requires but generally vehicles registered before 1st January 2017 use R134A refrigerant and those registered after this date tend to use R1234yf refrigerant.