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Quality Aircon Servicing and maintenance- leak / not cool
A-Class Aircon Management (Part of A-Class Group) specializes in different brands of aircon service and repairs for both residential and commercial. We provide high standard of quality workmanship, reliability and customer satisfaction with fair prices. We offer air con servicing at a rate of $25.00 each for 2 units and more. As for 1 unit, we are charging at $40.00.
1) One-Time Maintenance
2) Yearly Contract Maintenance Servicing
3) Aircon Chemical Cleaning
4) Repair and replacement of parts
5) Installation of Aircon / install new
6) Aircon trip checks
1) Specialist in Aircon Management
2) Improve the cooling performance
3) Cleaner air to breathe in
4) Reduce electricity cost
Do contact our Customer Service at 94235020 or 64659595 for an appointment. Alternatively, you may email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may like to find out more of our other services and promotions on our website at www.aclass.com.sg
A-Class Services Pte. Ltd.
A-Class Aircon Management
Customer service is our top priority
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