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[AIRCON SERVICE] General Service $18 per unit/ Chemical Wash at $50 per unit
SERVICES . CONTRACT MAINTENANCE . REPAIRS . INSTALLATIONS
Refer to cover picture for General Service (contract)
Adhoc: $40 per unit
2units & more: $25 per unit
$60 per unit
2units & more: $50 per unit
Chemical Overhaul (inclusive free gas top up)
9,000-13,000 BTU: $120 per unit
2units & more: $110 per unit
18,000&higher BTU: $160 per unit
2units & more: $150 per unit
CALL 8385 6888 NOW or visit www.airple.com.sg to arrange an appointment!
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