Mould, Dirt & Bacteria
Air Conditioner Cleaning & Maintenance Beerwah
Mold, dirt, along with loads of bacteria, isn’t something new when it comes to refrigerators and ACs, and let’s be real here, you can’t get all the nooks and corners, especially when it’s inside the machine.
The reason for such dirt accumulation throughout is that these spaces are ideal places for this sort of dirt and mold to occur, which can turn into bacteria that you will be inhaling via the AC’s air later.
Don’t worry and call Brock Beerwah. We will ensure that your air conditioning and refrigeration work smoothly and fine without showing any signs of damage or needed repair.
Keep in mind that these machines are quite expensive; if you keep a check here and there on maintenance, then it can save you from spending a ton of money later.
Call us now and get your AC and refrigeration checked today.
Easy to contact, quick response and a fantastic service. Brock and his team are great at cleaning aircons. We had ours cleaned at the beginning of the year but were not happy with the outcome so we decided to use Smiths Air Conditioning Services. The amount of dirt they were able to find and remove was outstanding. Finally some clean air. Amazing attention to detail.
Smith’s Air came around this afternoon and provided exceptional customer service. So grateful and will definitely use again. Friendly , on time, professional and not trying to get every dollar! Thank you
Information About Beerwah, QLD
Beerwah is situated north of Glass House Mountains, approximately 80 kilometres (50 mi) north of Brisbane, and just south of Landsborough. The main road through Beerwah is called Steve Irwin Way. It was formerly known as the Glasshouse Mountain Tourist Route and is accessed by the Bruce Highway, which bypassed the town in 1985.
The name Beerwah comes from the Kabi language (Turrbal dialect) word birrawaman, with birra meaning sky and wandum meaning climbing up.
Beerwah Post Office opened by August 1907 (a receiving office had been open from 1891).
The Coochin Creek Provisional School opened in November 1888, becoming Coochin Creek State School on 1 January 1909. In about November 1928, it was renamed Beerwah State School. On 10 July 1952, another Coochin Creek State School opened, but it closed on 11 March 1962.
On Saturday 26 September 1914 the local Anglican residents held a meeting to consider erecting a church in Beerwah. Mr Mawhinney donated a piece of land by the raiilway station. On Saturday 7 November 1914 Archdeacon Henry Le Fanu officially capped the first stump of the new church building. All the materials for the church and the labour were all donated so the church would be free of debt. On Saturday 6 March 1916 Archdeacon Le Fanu returned to officially open and dedicate St James’ Anglican Church. In the 1990s diminishing numbers in the congregations led to a decision to close a number of churches in the area. St James’ was closed and sold for removal.
On 4 July 1991 the Mary MacKillop Catholic Centre was blessed and opened by Archbishop Francis Rush.
Beerwah State High School opened on 1 January 1992.
The Beerwah Library opened in 2000.
Glasshouse Country Christian College was established on 31 January 2000 by the Glasshouse Country Baptist Church with an initial 16 students. In the 2016 census the locality of Beerwah had a population of 6,769 people.