Air Con cleaning Brisbane

split system cleaning service for large aircons

What units do Purify Air Con Cleaning Brisbane clean?

Purify Air Con Cleaning Brisbane clean a range of air conditioning units from and air filtration units

  • Cassette Units
  • Box Air Conditioning Units
  • Split System Air Conditioners
  • Ducted Air Conditioning Systems
  • Evaporative Air Con Units
  • Cool Room Cleaning
  • Household ceiling fans and extraction fans
  • Domestic kitchen Range Hoods


Do you want to join the Purify Air Con Cleaning Brisbane team?

Statistics show that almost half of houses in Australia have an air conditioning unit installed. The demand for air con cleaning services are seeing a continuous growth as has been the trend for the past 5 years. As people become more educated about the effects of running a dirty air conditioning unit, they are looking for knowledgeable and experienced technicians to maintain their unit and keep their running costs down, while also ensuring the health of their families.

If you are looking for a change, craving a flexible work life balance and are interested in starting your own business and becoming your own boss; Purify Air Con Cleaning Brisbane may have the solution you are looking for. All the training, equipment, marketing and ongoing support come with your business

Find out more and see if this is the right opportunity for you!

Brisbane is well known for hot weather and intense humidity, especially in the Summer months. As the weather heats up or cools down Brisbane home owners are relying more heavily on air conditioners to maintain temperature control in domestic and commercial properties. The more frequently an air conditioner is used, the more dirt and dust gets filtered through the unit, this process results in a build-up of dust, bacteria and mould in the coils, fans and filters of the unit. You will start to notice the effects of a dirty air conditioner in three primary ways.

  1. As the dirt, dust, skin cells, pet fur and other airborne particles including oil and grease from the kitchen gather in your air conditioners filters it will become harder for your unit to pull cool or warm air through the filters. The more build-up there is on the filter, the more power your unit will use to cool down or heat up a designated room – this increase in power consumption will be evident on your next power bill. Regularly cleaning the air con filters, yourself may seem like an easy solution however, the more build up there is in the coils, fans and inner mechanisms of the unit also affect the efficiency of your unit. Purify Air Con Cleaning Brisbane understand the inner workings of an air conditioner and know how to save you money on your power bill with an affordable and comprehensive unit clean.
  2. Due to the amount of moisture in the unit, your air conditioner will become a breeding ground for bacteria and harmful mould. Mould and bacteria will grow in the cooling coils, fans, in the filter and throughout the inside of the unit. Every time you switch your air conditioner on, the air blown through the unit is contaminated with bacteria and airborne, At Purify Air Con Cleaning Brisbane, we value the health and wellbeing of our clients so at the end of the Air Con Clean we always ensure that your unit is properly sanitised with our Anti-Bacterial Treatment protecting your family from harmful airborne allergens.
  3. Neglecting to clean your air conditioner will decrease the longevity of the unit meaning you will need to invest more money, more frequently on replacement and repair costs to keep your unit running quietly and efficiently. A small investment to regularly clean and maintain  your air con unit will help increase the lifespan of your unit potentially saving you thousands.


Call us today about regular air conditioner servicing to ensure your unit is well maintained and healthy all year round.

The best way to ensure you save money and on your health is to have your air conditioner regularly cleaned by a trained and experienced Purify Air Con Cleaning technician in Brisbane.