24/7 EMERGENCY AIR CONDITIONING REPAIR SERVICE
Air conditioning breakdowns can strike at any time – and unfortunately, these units are often most likely to have problems right when they’re needed most: as temperatures soar to their highest. Breakdowns in your industrial and commercial premises cause uncomfortable and even unsafe working conditions, and lead to downtime that costs your business money. Avoid this catastrophe with SEAC’s 24-hour Emergency Air Conditioning Repair and Service.
SEAC offers a 24 hour, 7 day a week air conditioning repairs call-out service for all industrial and commercial premises. Our contracted clients can expect a response time of less than four hours. Additionally, we have all of our regular clients’ site, plant, and equipment details on file with spare parts in stock, to ensure a timely resolution of any problems.
We can also offer assistance to non-contracted clients; call 1300 818 450 for an estimation of current emergency response times.
We provide emergency assistance throughout Melbourne and the surrounding area. All of our technicians are fully qualified and insured, and travel in a well-stocked service vehicle. With a broad range of knowledge on all matters concerning commercial air conditioning and industrial airconditioning services, they can address your problem on the spot and get your system back up and running as fast as possible.
We can assist with emergency air conditioning repair at:
- Retail Centres
- Hospitality and Entertainment
- Public Buildings
- Restaurants and Fast Food Outlets
- Hospitals and Healthcare
- Office Complexes
- Shops / Rental
- Child Care Centres / Kindergartens / Schools / Educational Facilities
- Multilevel Buildings
- Hair & Beauty Salons
- Industrial Facilities
- Manufacturing Plants
- Multi-level Residential Buildings
To ensure your business is always running at full steam, contact our team about becoming one of our valued clients today. Call 1300 818 450 to find out more and gain access to our 24-hour emergency air conditioning repair service.