Maintain the perfect climate with a BMW air conditioning service
To ensure peak performance, your BMW’s air conditioning needs to be regularly serviced - just like any other important system. It doesn’t just keep you cool in the summer, it also demists your windows year-round, as well as ensuring the air in your BMW is clean and fresh. Especially important for anyone with breathing difficulties, it also filters out most pollen and dust that you would otherwise be breathing in.
Don't think of your BMW’s air conditioning system as a tool only for the summer. It's a good idea to use it regularly throughout the year to keep it working effectively, so that the air in your car is filtered and mould and bacteria growth will be inhibited. Constant use throughout the year will also prevent the seals around the system from becoming brittle, which can lead to the refrigerant gas leaking and making the whole system a lot less efficient. However, to ensure optimum effectiveness and efficiency, the system needs to be serviced regularly. The micro-filters have to be checked and replaced, if necessary, and the refrigerant gas needs to be checked and the level topped up. This is why a BMW air conditioning service is crucial – call us to book yours today.
At Spire, we offer you two options for your air conditioning:
BMW Air Conditioning Refresh
Choose this option, if you find that there is a musty smell when you first start your BMW or when you change your temperature setting. A Refresh includes:
- Disinfecting and cleaning the entire air duct system
- Disinfecting and cleaning the evaporator
- Treating your BMW’s interior and the air vents
BMW Air Conditioning Recharge
This is the option to choose, if you find that your air conditioning isn’t as efficient as it used to be. Maybe, it takes much longer to reach your specified temperature, or maybe it can no longer do so at all. A Recharge includes:
- Draining the refrigerant
- Checking the system for leaks
- Recharging the system with refrigerant and lubricant
- Checking the operating pressures in the system