Why Choose REPARE For Your
Air Conditioning On Brisbane Bayside?


REPARE Electrical & Air Conditioning is a premium service provider on Brisbane Bayside offering a variety of air conditioning installation services to both residential and commercial customers.

At REPARE, we pride ourselves on providing the highest level of service possible and have more than 200 reviews on Google to back this up. We are one of the most respected HVAC contractors in Brisbane. Our qualified professionals can acquire you a new air conditioning unit, and carry out installation, maintenance and repairs to any suburb throughout Brisbane’s Bayside, Logan, and surrounding areas.  Schedule an appointment with us today!



Brisbane Bayside is known for its beautiful coastal suburbs with tourist spots you’ll be wanting to visit. Bayside consists of 8 suburbs: Cleveland, Victoria Point, Redland Bay, Wellington Point, Thornlands, Thorneside, Wynnum and Manly. 

When you’re planning on visiting Brisbane, make sure to check out these attractions :

Wynnum has foreshore walks are some of the nicest on the bayside, beginning at the northern end with the ethereal Mangrove Boardwalk – which features observation seats and offers insights into a unique water environment and its inhabitants. However, Wynnum is more than just a seaside place; its town centre, located on the slope of the hill, retains much of the charm of the mid-twentieth century, with many stores still sporting wood-framed entrances and display windows. A stroll down the main streets reveals a charming old-fashioned mix of stores ranging from fabric, stationery, curtains, books, and sewing machine repair shops to continental delis, galleries, cafes, and Brisbane’s best selection of op shops. The Collective Store, a beautiful tiny bazaar of items and apparel all handcrafted by craftsmen, is especially worth a visit.

Cleveland, a historic bayside township, owes much of its personality to an occurrence in 1850. It has enough attractions to fill a day and more, with its cache of well-preserved history buildings, original timber lighthouse, 168-year-old pub, modern museum, historical farmstead, and picturesque town centre. The old wooden lighthouse at Cleveland Point is one of only a few remaining in Queensland and includes a fantastic old 1930’s building incorporating the Lighthouse Café – an idyllic spot to sit with a bucket of prawns and a beer with a view of Stradbroke Island and the bay waters lapping at the ground. There’s also a seafood restaurant on the premises, as well as a fish ‘n’ chips shop with takeout to a nearby park.


It really depends on which air conditioning unit fits you and your home or premises. However, here are a few pinpoints you could follow when you’re looking for your perfect air conditioning unit.

Cost savings in energy:

In Australia, energy ratings play a crucial role in determining the energy efficiency of air conditioners.  The STAR rating or energy rating, is used to assess the performance of these cooling systems. The higher the STAR rating, the more energy-efficient the air conditioner is, resulting in reduced electricity consumption for a sustainable future and lower utility bills. 

Operation that is silent:

Due to the steady and smooth operation of the compressor, inverter air conditioning systems are the quietest air conditioners available. Many inverter air conditioning systems have silent operation, allowing them to be as quiet as possible; you’ll almost forget when the air conditioning is on

Dehumidification and heating:

An air conditioner unit with heating and dehumidification functions can help you save a lot of time and money. Because not every air conditioner is a 3-in-1, double-checking this first will give you an idea of what you’re purchasing.


Inverter air conditioning systems are expected to last longer than non-inverter air conditioners. Many of them have a 5-year lifespan. This is critical since you don’t want to go shopping for a new air conditioner right after you purchase one. The lifespan of your system is influenced by how well you maintain it too. Do you have a trusted A/C tradie?


Maintaining your air conditioner to a peak condition, will not only save you money on electricity, but it will also extend the lifecycle of your unit – saving you money on costly early replacement. Air conditioner maintenance is critical for energy efficiency, comfort, occupant health, and overall unit performance.

The most essential maintenance activity for preserving your air conditioner’s unit efficiency is to change or clean its filters on a regular basis. Filters that are clogged or unclean restrict airflow and reduce a system’s efficiency substantially. Additionally, if airflow is restricted, dirt can skip the filter and enter the evaporator coil, reducing the coil’s heat-absorbing ability. Replacing a filthy, clogged filter with a clean one can reduce the energy usage of your air conditioning system.

The evaporator coil and condenser coil of an air conditioner unit collects dirt after months and years of usage. The evaporator coil is most likely to become filthy if the filter is not kept clean. However, it will continue to gather dirt through years of use. This dirt interrupts airflow and insulates the coil, lowering its heat-absorbing capacity. Check your evaporator coil once a year and clean it as needed to avoid this situation. Dirt and debris should be removed from the condenser unit. Dirt and debris can come from your dryer vents, falling leaves, and your lawn mower.

The aluminum fins on the evaporator and condenser coils can become bent and will restrict airflow. A tool called a “fin comb” is sold by air conditioning system wholesalers to comb these fins back into the original shape.

Passing a strong wire through the drain passages of the unit occasionally is also a tip. When drain channels get clogged, a unit’s opportunity to decrease humidity is limited, and the extra moisture that results can stain walls or carpet.

Hire a service expert if your air conditioner unit requires more than regular standard cleaning, such as when it fails to maintain a reasonable indoor temperature. Your air conditioning system will be observed and repaired by a trained professional.

The technician will cover the following:
  • Make sure you have the correct quantity of refrigerant.
  • Using one leak detector, check for refrigerant leaks.
  • In central air conditioning systems, look for any seal duct leaks.
  • Check the airflow through the evaporator coil and make sure it’s measured.
  • Verify the electric control cycle is functioning and the heating and cooling systems are not operating at the same time.
  • Examine electric terminals, clean and tighten the connections, and, if it’s needed, apply a non-conductive coating.
  • Motors should be oiled, and belts should be examined for tightness and wear.
  • Check the thermostat’s accuracy.
Perhaps you’ve just found your most trusted tradie for all your air conditioning needs
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