Cleaning and well maintained airconditioners will help in the long run. At D’works, we strive to provide you with the most dependable and credible aircon servicing. Our expert technicians offer a wide range of services that can be customised in accordance with your needs. We offer aircon service and airconditioner maintenance contracts which are completely tailored to meet your requirements. With us, you can be assured that you will get the best service options and knowledge to maintain your aircon systems.
We understand the significance of offering an excellent after-sales service. With affordable repair services and competitive pricing, we offer servicing, cleaning, contract maintenance and also troubleshooting of various mechanical faults. Our services include:
- Diagnosis of airconditioning issues
- Installation and repair of aircon services
- Yearly maintenance contract
Sign up for our Maintenance Contract that covers you annually. Make great savings today!
Annual Contract for Quarterly servicing (1year - 4 times)
|Total Number of Fan coils||Price|
|2 Fan Coils||$120 each per year|
|3 Fan Coils||$110 each per year|
|4 Fan Coils and above||$100 each per year|
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*Prices are for HDB units only.
*Prices may vary depending on location.
If your airconditioners have been used for a long period of time without maintenance, they might need a chemical overhaul. This process enables us to restore the performance of your unit. With chemical overhaul, it will help to improve the functionality of the unit.
- Lubricates fan bearings to make sure the unit operates quietly without producing any noise
- Checks thermostats and controls of the unit
- Cleans pipes, blower wheel and drain pans with appropriate chemicals
- Cleans fan evaporator coil to facilitate smooth transfer of heat without the build up of dust and grime
- Replaces faulty bearings and eliminates operational noise
Our experts, with chemical overhaul, extend the life of your airconditioner and assure trouble-free operation. Thus, you will be able to restore cool air and ensure efficient cooling of your room while saving on your energy bills.
With professional air-conditioning companies taking up your air-con installation, you can avoid a lot of problems. Drainage pipes that are not installed in the appropriate manner can lead to leaking air-con units. We plan out your drainage pipes in detail while ensuring that your walls are not hacked. We understand that an appropriate insulation is also necessary. Improperly placed air-con not only shoot up your energy costs, but also leads to bacteria accumulation. Well-installed air-con systems will cool your rooms faster, with reduced stress to your unit, thus preserving the lifespan of your investment.
Besides installation, we also offer you an effective after-sales service, thereby helping you to avoid any future problems. Our highly capable and committed workforce will ensure that you only get the most efficient and dependable service.
We use 3/8" AF/Armaflex Class O which is environmentally friendly, durable and fireproof.
23SWG LHCT copper pipes from Thailand. Not those chi-na-piang pipes. Because its from Thailand, their website is in Thai. But hey, there is always google translate!
Keystone Cables, to power your systems. Environmental and Safe.
With 13mm PVC pipes from Litaflex for your drainage system.
All concealed using Superjet trunking.
With all this branded hardware, you can be assured that your air-con system is fully optimized.
And if you're still not satisfied with our standard installation materials, we can also do a upgrade of the insulation materials to 1/2" thickness or to 22SWG copper pipes at additional costs.
Ducts are used in heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) to deliver and remove air. The needed airflows include, for example, supply air, return air, and exhaust air. Ducts commonly also deliver ventilation air as part of the supply air. As such, air ducts are one method of ensuring acceptable indoor air quality as well as thermal comfort.
A duct system is also called ductwork. Planning (laying out), sizing, optimizing, detailing, and finding the pressure losses through a duct system is called duct design.