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Car and van Air Conditioning Recharge Service

ATS Euromaster offers air conditioning recharge services for the two key types of refrigerant used in modern vehicles (R134A and R1234yf).  Generally vehicles registered before 1st January 2017 use R134A refrigerant and those registered after this date tend to use R1234yf refrigerant. 

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  • Book a R134a air con recharge online today. It’s recommended to do this annually after the vehicle is 2 years old. Most vehicles registered before 1st Jan 2017 use R134A refrigerant, those registered after this tend to use R1234yf refrigerant.
    £60.00
    Fully inclusive price

  • Book a R1234yf air con recharge online today. It’s recommended to do this annually after the vehicle is 2 years old. Most vehicles registered before 1st Jan 2017 use R134A refrigerant, those registered after this tend to use R1234yf refrigerant.
    £130.00
    Fully inclusive price

About our Service

A recharge (or regas) for your air conditioning makes sure that your air conditioning system should be ready to use effectively whenever you need it. Through time and regular use the gas in your air conditioning system will run low and will need to be replenished before the system can start to operate as designed and blow consistently cold air again.

With 260 centres that offer air conditioning services throughout the UK, you can be sure to find an ATS Euromaster air con recharge servicing centre near you.

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. 

How often should you recharge your air conditioning?

 

Regular checks will ensure that your air conditioning is working at its optimum performance and makes sitting in your car on a hot day a lot more comfortable, as well as ensuring the windscreen is clear in the winter months.

 

We recommend that you have your air conditioning system checked for its gas/refrigerant level after the vehicle is two years old and then annually thereafter to keep it running healthily.

 

If you are in any doubt whether your air conditioning system is operating as it should be, we will be happy to give your vehicle a free temperature test so you can find out whether you would benefit from a recharge.

Why recharge your air conditioning

 

Air conditioning is kept cool thanks to the refrigerant gas that circulates in the system, making sure that cool air spreads throughout the entire vehicle. In the time between system checks and potential top ups of refrigerant, a lot can change like the amount of refrigerant gas remaining in the system.

 

As well as keeping your car cool in the summer and the windscreen de-misted in the winter, using your air conditioning regularly will help it operate as efficiently as possible.

 

A drop in refrigerant gas level will result in a loss of system efficiency.  As air conditioning checks are not always covered in your annual service or MOT, you should have the system checked routinely to ensure its long-lasting performance.

 

At ATS Euromaster, our expert technicians will restore your air conditioning lubricant oil and refrigerant levels in line with the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendation.