Air Conditioning

It is likely the air conditioning refrigerant over time, will leak from your vehicles system. Therefore, its vital that your cars air conditioning has a re-gas preferably with an antibacterial clean every 2 or 3 years.

On average an air conditioning system loses 10% of refrigerant a year resulting in poor performance and potentially a decrease in fuel economy as the compressor must work harder to attain lower temperatures.


Types Of Air Conditioning Gas

The prices below are dependent on the type of refrigerant gas your vehicle uses. There are two main types of gas R134A and R1234YF with R1234YF being more expensive to recharge.
Which Gas Does My Car Use?

Generally, cars manufactured after 2017 require R1234YF gas however the gas was phased in between 2014 and 2016. If you are unsure what gas your vehicle needs drop us a message or give us a call.


Air Conditioning Price Plans


RE-GAS
from £70 inc VAT
Removal of all refrigerants
Fresh refrigerant
Pressure test for leaks
Operation of system
Temperature check


RE-GAS & Antibacterial Clean
from £80 inc VAT
Removal of all refrigerants
Fresh refrigerant
Pressure test for leaks
Operation of system
Temperature check
Antibacterial clean

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