Frank Roche Services have an unblemished reputation for installing state of the art and top-quality air conditioning systems for over 20 years. However, did you know the company also has a highly skilled maintenance team?
“We have been, and continue to be, one of the leading maintenance service providers in Ireland. We pride ourselves as a reputable company, which is all thanks to our experience, capability, training, determination, customer service and professionalism.”
The team is fully trained to supply and maintain systems from:
- Daikin Europe
- Mitsubishi Electric
- Mitsubishi Heavy Industry
“We are fully committed to providing the best, most efficient customer service, whether it be troubleshooting issues, maintaining the A/C units or even just client demonstrations on how to use the units.
“To keep your equipment running flawlessly at all times, we provide periodic maintenance and repairs on all systems, ensuring you’re A/C systems are always running at maximum efficiency.
“Cutting back on planned maintenance has proven to be a false economy. Long-term, you’ll save money with preventative maintenance, while avoiding system breakdowns that could cause uncomfortable working conditions and prove to be costly.
“Our preventative maintenance contracts are tailored to ensure that your mechanical services equipment, air conditioning and refrigeration get the full service they need to run smoothly.
For more information, call Katie Roche on 022 43324 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your unit is giving off bad, burning or funny smells, turn the unit off immediately! If rodents have fried components, you’ll need new parts.
If you can see mould on the blades, on or behind filters, do not leave it in this state. Have your unit serviced as soon as possible, so you are not breathing this in.
If water is leaking from the inside head unit, you’ve developed a blockage and this definitely needs to be cleared by a technician. It may also require new parts, depending on level of damage caused.
If you hear banging, clicking etc, there could be repairs required, as mechanical components may have failed.
Air flow issues
If the air flow is reduced or there is no air flow, most likely you will need a repair, not a service.
Dust or debris build-up
If you haven’t turned your unit on for a while, dust and debris will have built up and this can be sucked into the mechanical components of the unit, causing bigger issues.
When was your unit last serviced? Units should be serviced a minimum of twice yearly.