TekniKool Air Conditioning Sydney Offers Cooling Solutions to Stay Comfortable

For more information, please visit https://www.teknicoolairconditioning.com.au/. For inquiries, please call (02) 9786 1822 or send an email to sammessiah72@gmail.com.

Bankstown, Australia - May 25, 2019 /PressCable/ —

TekniKool Air Conditioning Sydney is pleased to continue serving Sydney clients. Since 2005, the air conditioning company provides residential and commercial properties in the area with highly flexible cooling and heating solutions. The company aims to keep the whole family comfortable by providing energy-efficient air conditioning services.

The services TekniKool offers include maintenance and repair, residential air conditioning, commercial air conditioning, and ducted air conditioning. The company also provides air conditioning specials, which include packaged services for different brands of air conditioning. TekniKool meant to offer their clients with customized air conditioning that will keep their space cool or heated as desired.

Knowing the advantages that keeping one’s air conditioning in Sydney to be maintained, TekniKool’s team offers their expert service in regularly maintaining their client’s home. The same goes with providing them with quality repair, helping to extend the life of their customer’s AC. Besides maintenance and repair, the company is prepared to offer top quality heating and cooling solutions.

Among the most popular services that the company offers is the ducted air conditioning Sydney. By providing ducted air conditioning in Sydney, the company helped many households and offices to experience comfort. In addition, this particular air conditioning solution helps them to save money on energy costs. TekniKool offers ducted air conditioning in Sydney at affordable prices.

In addition to the services mentioned above, TekniKool also occasionally offers their expertise to perform reverse cycle air conditioning in Sydney. By installing a reverse cycle air conditioner in households and offices of their customers, TekniKool can provide them with both cold and warm air. The team installs a distinct air conditioner to help with customers’ air conditioning.

They install a type of AC with a refrigeration cycle to cool the environment and uses revere refrigeration cycle to change it to warm. When customers need air conditioning installation in Sydney, TekniKool readily provides top quality but affordable services. Knowing how crucial proper air conditioning is amidst the temperature in Australia, TekniKool ensures clients get a satisfying result.

Besides a full-service air conditioning service, TekniKool takes pride in providing customers with a guarantee to every service they provide. To assure their clients of top quality service, TekniKool offers 5-years for domestic installation and 5-years of manufacturer’s warranty. The company firmly believes in providing their clients with peace of mind when hiring air conditioning experts.

About TekniKool Air Conditioning:

TekniKool Air Conditioning is established in 2005, an air conditioning company that has since expanded and continued to provide the top quality, reliable air conditioning, and heating systems. The company is composed of the ingenious group experienced in providing customized service to satisfy the demands of their New South Wales clients.

Contact Info:
Name: Samir
Organization: TekniKool Air Conditioning Sydney
Address: 40 Brandon Ave, Bankstown, NSW 2200, Australia
Phone: +61-2-9786-1822
Website: https://www.teknicoolairconditioning.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 516562

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