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Covid-19 Updates: Getting Your Air-con Needs Fixed


Work from home in air-con room

Updated on 22 Nov 2021

Moving into The Transition Stage, we continue to install, maintain, repair and service your air-conditioners while adhering to Safe Management Measures. From 22 Nov 2021, if people are residing within the household where works are carried out, up to 5 workers allowed per day. Otherwise, there is no cap in the number of workers, subject to MOM's Safe Management Measures. Source: https://www1.bca.gov.sg/COVID-19


100% of our technicians have been fully vaccinated and have undergone Safe Management Measures. Our technicians are ART-tested every 7 days for early detection and additional safety precaution.

We definitely feel you if you have to work-from-home and your air-con is not working. Let us solve your aircon issue so you can work in a comfortable environment at home! Contact us today! Stay safe and healthy! #SGUnited

 

Past COVID-19 updates: Stabilisation Phase of Transition to COVID-19 Resilience, we continue to install, maintain, repair and service your air-conditioners while adhering to Safe Management Measures.


However, if people are residing within the household where works are carried out, up to 2 workers allowed per day. Otherwise, there is no cap in the number of workers, subject to MOM's Safe Management Measures. Source: https://www1.bca.gov.sg/COVID-19

 

Past COVID-19 updates: In Phase 3 (Heightened Alert), we can continue to install, maintain, repair and service your air-conditioners while adhering to Safe Management Measures. Renovation and building-related works/services allowed to continue from 16 May. However, if people are residing within the household where works are carried out, no more than 5 workers allowed per day. Source: https://www1.bca.gov.sg/COVID-19


100% of our technicians have been fully vaccinated and have undergone Safe Management Measures.

 

Past COVID-19 updates: In Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), we can continue to install, maintain, repair and service your air-conditioners while adhering to Safe Management Measures. Renovation and building-related works/services allowed to continue from 16 May. However, if people are residing within the household where works are carried out, no more than 2 workers allowed per day.

 

Past COVID-19 updates: Post-Circuit Breaker (Phase 2) - From 19 Jun 2020

Installation of new air-conditioners will be allowed from 19 Jun 2020 onwards in Phase 2 as the economy opens up gradually.

 

Past COVID-19 updates: Post-Circuit Breaker (Phase 1) - From 2 Jun 2020

Aircon servicing will be allowed from 2 Jun 2020 as announced by the Multi-Ministry Taskforce as one of the Safe Workplace essential services.

It is important to maintain your air-conditioners for safety purposes and your comfort. Contact us to book your slot in advance as we will be scheduling your appointments based on first-come-first-serve basis.

 

Past COVID-19 updates: Circuit Breaker

We have been approved by Ministry of Trade & Industry (MTI) and Building & Construction Authority (BCA) to fix your air-conditioners if your air-conditioners have broken down or having issues.


Examples of air-con issue:

  • Leaking

  • Not cold or not cold at all

  • Breakdown

  • Blowing hot air

During this Covid-19 Circuit Breaker, aircon services are limited to only repairing your faulty aircon such as:

  • Repairing aircon and/or pipes

  • Replacement of air-con and/or pipes

  • Chemical overhaul

  • Other repair methods recommended by our Technical Team

Aircon servicing and new air-con installation will be allowed in Phase 2 from 19 Jun 2020 onwards. However, as our technicians are gradually been approved by MOM to work, we will do our best to keep up with the overwhelming schedule for air-con services.




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