If your Air Con isn't cooling your vehicle, or struggles to clear your windscreen on a cold day, you might need an Air Con Regas.
Manufacturers frequently recommend that your Air Con System and Refrigerant Gas levels should be checked every couple of years to make sure it stays in tip-top condition.
This Air Conditioning Regas Service uses R134a Refrigerant. Click here for our R1234yf Air Conditioning Regas Service.
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.