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Our Services

We Install, Service and Repair all types of Air Conditioning units, be it Industrial, Domestic or Commercial. A breathe of fresh air with our Inverter Air conditioning systems. Ideal for home or commercial use. Choose COOLZER AIR CONDITION Sri Lanka for all your maintenance, repairs & service. COOLZER AIR CONDITION is extensive and diverse air conditioning installation experience obtained over many years, has given our design team invaluable in-depth knowledge of all Air Conditioning applications. This web-site gives an insight to our company and it’s continued commitment to provide the best quality air conditioning units available.

A/C Installation

Our technicians have expertise in handling AC installations. Through a proper 14-point check they would install your AC. Install the ducts and would examine the airflow, cooling assessment, thermostat check of your air conditioner. They maintain high standards while installing every equipment and make sure that the AC can serve you the best. Our service is warrantied for a longer period of time.

AC Maintenance

Can you smell a pungent odour from your AC? Don’t you experience enough airflow in a particular room? Are there any hotspots throughout the room? These signs are enough to indicate that your AC needs a maintenance service. Rely on our expert technicians to resolve every issue of your air conditioner. Additionally, if they find anything faulty they would replace it with a genuine spare part.

AC Cleaning

Clean air filters are essential for maintaining a healthy and maximized airflow. Clogged air filters and dirty condenser coils are not good for your AC system. Make sure that your AC remains clean so that you can avail a fresh, clean airflow in every room. A Clean AC consumes less power and hence you can save a great amount on electricity bills.

AC Repair

Did your AC stop suddenly? Can you smell something burnt from the duct? Switch off the aircon system. Book our emergency AC repair service as soon as you can. Our technical team would reach your place, shortly. Our technicians can help to prevent hazard and accidents due to short-circuits in the wirings of the AC components. Overcome any minor or major faults in your AC system with our AC repairing services in Sri Lanka.

Exhaust Fan Cleaning & Duct Cleaning

Only air filters, condenser coil cleaning are not enough for keeping your AC in good condition. The AC vents and out door exhaust fan should be cleaned too. Sometimes, the birds can build a nest inside the AC vents and thus it might clog the duct. Our technicians clean the AC ducts to render a proper airflow through your air conditioners

System Replacement

The lifespan of most HVAC systems is an average of 10 to 14 years, so you can count on going through this experience sooner or later. Before you begin shopping here are some things you’ll want to know about central AC unit replacement.There is a lot to know and learn before you start shopping for a central AC unit replacement much more than is covered here.if you’re looking for a full replacement of your cooling system call and our courteous, licensed HVAC technicians will perform a free evaluation so you get the perfect fit for your home.

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General Queries !

As mentioned above, you should regularly change your air filter to ensure the air conditioner is running efficiently — and not contributing to other maintenance problems.

To change your filter, follow these steps:
  • Choose the right size. Remove your old filter and measure it, or read your user’s manual.
  • Choose a MERV. MERV stands for “minimum efficiency reporting value” and ranges from 1-20. The higher the MERV, the more effective the air filter.
  • Choose the type of filter. You can choose from fiberglass, washable, pleaded or electronic.
  • Install it. Most air filters are extremely easy to install. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

If you have another question about air conditioning repair, contact us today. We’re ready and willing to help.

Nearly all air conditioner freeze ups are caused by either a lack of refrigerant, or a lack of air flow to the evaporator coils. If your air conditioner is freezing up, the first thing you should do is turn it off. If you continue to run it, the compressor could be damaged.

Check the following items:
  • Thermostat temperature setting. If your thermostat is set below 70 degrees it could be causing your air conditioner to freeze up — and it’s actually not cooling your home any faster.
  • Refrigerant level. If your refrigerant level is low, this could signal a larger issue and we’d recommend calling a professional to have a look.
  • Air filter. A clogged, dirty air filter could be causing the issue. As mentioned above, change the filter if it’s been more than a month since the last change.
  • Vents. Make sure all vents are open to ensure air flow to the evaporator coil.
  • Evaporator coils. If the evaporator coils are blocked by dirt and debris, this could be cause of the problem.
  • Fan. Your fan is what blows cool air through the ductwork in your home — and also helps circulate air back to your evaporator coil.

Replacing your air conditioner is an investment.

Here are some things to consider:
  • The age of your air conditioner. The life of an air conditioner is somewhere between 10 and 20 years. So, if your air conditioner is more than 10 years old, it may be time for a replacement.
  • Rising energy bills. As air conditioners get older, they become less energy efficient. To see if your air conditioner is losing efficiency, compare your utility bills over the past few summers. If your costs are rising, it could be a sign that your air conditioner is wearing out.
  • Leaking refrigerant. Not only is refrigerant expensive, but refrigerant leaks will cause the compressor to eventually go out. The type of refrigerant that your air conditioner needs may also cause you problems down the road.
  • The cost of repair. Call your local HVAC company to get a free quote on repair costs. If it’s more than LKR 100000, it is probably cheaper to buy a new unit.

If the cool air has stopped flowing, the first thing you should do is check your thermostat.

Here are the steps you should take:

  • If your thermostat display is blank, change the batteries.
  • If the display is still blank, remove the thermostat from the wall and check the wires to make sure it’s getting power. Use a multimeter to check the voltage.
  • If you’re not getting voltage, check your fuse box to see if any fuses have been blown or tripped. If the fuses look good, locate the switch connected to your central A/C and switch it on and off to reset the connection.
  • If it’s getting power, but the screen is still blank, go outside and check the condenser to see if a fuse has been tripped.
  • If your thermostat still isn’t working, it may be time to replace it. Check the warranty to see if it’s expired.

If your thermostat is working, but the air conditioner won’t turn on, you should also:

  • Turn on the fan to see if the blower is getting power.
  • Change your air filter if it’s more than one month old. The buildup of dirt and debris could be preventing air flow.
  • Check the condensation drain.

If you’re still experiencing problems, call an HVAC professional.

One function of air conditioners is to extract humidity from the air, so a little bit of condensation is natural. However, leaks usually indicate that there’s a problem with the way the condensate is draining.

The following things could be causing this issue:
  • A clogged condensate line.
  • A rusty condensate pan.
  • A dirty or frozen evaporator coil.
  • A low refrigerant level.
  • Dirty air filter.
  • Installation issues.