Car Air Conditioning with Easy Garage

You can now book an aircon regas using our simple booking system

Book your Air Con Regas Online with Easy Garage

To get started select the service required from the available service options we have below.

Book aircon regas online

To book an aircon regas online, enter your registration number and select the service you require. From there, you can pick the date and time you want to bring your vehicle into the garage. You can also add any extras you require later on in the booking process.

If you are not sure what gas your vehicle needs and would rather speak to our team to get booked in, you can give us a call on 01432 850085.

We offer aircon regassing on both R134a & R1234yf systems

Free Air-Conditioning Check

If you are concerned that your air conditioning system isn’t blowing as cold as it could be or it’s been a few years since your last air con recharge, why not book a free air conditioning check.
We’ll test the average vent temperature in your vehicle to see if your aircon system is working correctly. We will check the pressures using the Easy Air con machine and compare. If our technician thinks the vehicle would benefit from an air conditioning recharge, there is no obligation to have any work carried out.

Aircon regas starting from as little as £45

R134a - £45

R1234yf - £100

  • Carry out air conditioning service including regas.
  • Remove old refrigerant gas and oil from the aircon system. Replace with the correct amount of new refrigerant and lubricant as per your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendation. Carry out a vacuum test.
  • Carry out Operations and temperature checks.

Aircon regas and clean service

R134a - £60

R1234yf - £115

You will receive the same as above for your regas including, the ultimate aircon service where we can clean the system at the same time.

*Included within the regas and clean service is the air con cleaner product.

The aircon full works regas and service

R134a - £85

R1234yf - £140

You will receive the same as the above in the regas and clean plus, we will replace the cabin/pollen filter.

Air Con FAQ

Recharging your aircon system will increase fuel efficiency, saving you money in the long term. When your aircon refrigerant is low, the aircon system struggles to cool the air and works the engine harder to try and produce cold air. This extra work uses more fuel.

Similarly, it pays to have an aircon recharge if you don’t want to pay for expensive repairs later. The refrigerant used in your aircon system is extremely cold and has the added benefit of cooling down the aircon compressor. Without refrigerant, the compressor would get dangerously hot and fail.

Air conditioning even has its uses on cold winter days. If you are struggling to demist your windscreen, pop the aircon on to produce warm air to clear your windscreen. Turning your aircon on during the colder months of the year also ensures the system doesn’t seize up and will continue to work effectively during the summertime.

No, your annual MOT ensures the vehicle is safe to drive as per strict DVSA guidelines. Since air conditioning is considered a ‘nice-to-have’ feature and is not critical to the safe running of the vehicle, your MOT tester will not check to see if your aircon is working.

Similarly, air con is not included in the standard service schedule set out by your vehicle manufacturer. Regular servicing will help keep your car running for longer in a safe and reliable condition and includes some replacement parts like the oil and air filters. But those drivers expecting their aircon to be recharged as part of their service will be disappointed. Many manufacturers provide a separate air con service schedule which will recommend a regas, on average, every 2 years.

The refrigerant or gas, found in your air conditioning unit is critical to the aircon system working. The refrigerant flows around the system and provides cold air in your cabin. However, this process involves continually shifting states from gas to liquid and back to gas again, some of this aircon gas permeates through the system each year. Less gas means less cool air so refilling every few years will keep your aircon working all year round.

Of course, there are other reasons why aircon stops working but low refrigerant is the most common. If after a regas your aircon is still blowing warm air, it probably means there is a crack somewhere in the pipes of the aircon system and the refrigerant is escaping.