Kings Of Air Conditioning 

Glass House Mountains, QLD

Supply, Install, Repair & Cleaning

Owner Operator
Brock Smith

History

Working weekends with his father on air conditioning systems from the age of 14, Brock has accumulated a wealth of experience. This includes the installation, commissioning and fault finding of systems as small as single room window mounted air conditioners through to hi-wall split systems and ducted systems, all the way up to large rooftop package systems used in clubs and other commercial properties. He has also gained experience in the installation of the complex Refrigeration systems used in Woolworths, Coles, and Aldi supermarkets.

Brock relentlessly worked his way up through an apprentice, becoming a nationally qualified tradesman, to a supervisory role in the white goods warranty team with Samsung Australia… to being the proprietor of his own business.

Future

With the love and encouragement of his entire family, Brock is determined to continue to support his local community with the Best Response, the Best Service and Complete Loyalty.

Supply & Installation

Design & Supply

Design for efficiency and comfort

Installations

Wealth of knowledge

Repairs – Residential & Commercial

Air Conditioning Repairs

Qualified & Licensed tradesmen

Rates for residential and commercial

$88 per hour

1 Hour Minimum

No Call Out Fee

 

Cleaning & Preventative Maintenance

Split System Clean Video

Split System Indoor Clean

Remove fascia and covers of the indoor unit

Bag indoor unit and pump food grade, non-corrosive cleaner throughout the internals of the unit

Scrub away all mould, dirt and bacteria from within the unit

Pump water throughout the indoor unit to remove all contaminants

Clean all fascias and covers outside

Reassemble unit

$140 – 1 unit

$125 each – 2 units

$110 each – 3+ units

Split System Outdoor Clean

Soak outdoor unit in food grade, non-corrosive cleaner

Pump condenser coil full with food grade, non-corrosive cleaner

Scrub away dirt, salt, grass and other contaminants growing through the system

Hose contaminants out of the system

Run system and ensure correct operation

Outdoor unit must be no higher than 2.5 metres off the ground and can’t be done on a pitched roof

$30 – 1 unit

$25 each – 2 units

$20 each – 3+ units

Ducted AC Clean & Service

Soak outdoor unit in food grade, non-corrosive cleaner with condenser coil

Scrub away dirt, salt, grass and other contaminants growing through the outdoor system and hose out system

Complete full air flow check with indoor as well as zone operation test

Clean filters and drain lines

Inspect all ducting and fittings for air leaks and deterioration

Check refrigerant levels

Test motor operation and current draw

Ensure system is operating correctly

$220 each ducted AC

Reviews

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.

James Dunstan

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

Jenny Wegner

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Information About Glass House Mountains, QLD

The Glass House Mountains are a cluster of thirteen hills that rise abruptly from the coastal plain on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. The highest hill is Mount Beerwah at 556 metres above sea level, but the most identifiable of all the hills is Mount Tibrogargan which from certain angles bears a resemblance to a face staring east towards the ocean. The Glass House Mountains are located near Beerburrum State Forest and Steve Irwin Way. From Brisbane, the mountains can be reached by following the Bruce Highway north and taking the Glass House Mountains tourist drive turn-off onto Steve Irwin Way. The trip is about one hour from Brisbane. The Volcanic peaks of the Glass House Mountains rise dramatically from the surrounding Sunshine Coast landscape. They were formed by intrusive plugs, remnants of volcanic activity that occurred 26-27 million years ago. Molten rock filled small vents or intruded as bodies beneath the surface and solidified into land rocks. Millions of years of erosion have removed the surrounding exteriors of volcanic cores and softer sandstone rock.

Whilst the traditional names for the hills themselves are very old, the term ‘Glasshouse Mountains’ was given more recently by explorer Lieutenant James Cook on 17 May 1770. The peaks reminded him of the glass furnaces in his home county of Yorkshire. Matthew Flinders explored the area and climbed Mount Beerburrum after sailing along Pumicestone Passage in 1799. The Glass House Mountains National Landscape was added to the Australian National Heritage List on 3 August 2006. In the land between the peaks, pineapple and poultry farming, as well as commercial forestry and quarrying are the main land uses.

In 2009 as part of the Q150 celebrations, the Glass House Mountains was announced as one of the Q150 Icons of Queensland for its role as a “Natural attraction”.

 

Geology

The range was formed as molten lava cooled to form hard rock in the cores of volcanoes 26-27 million years ago. The source of the lava was from the East Australia hotspot. The cores of the hills contain columns of comendite from lava which cools quickly into a hard rock. The surrounding softer rocks have been eroded in the subsequent time, forming the spectacular volcanic plugs that remain today. The peaks’ location relative to each other exhibits an alignment that is believed to have occurred due to fracturing. Mt Ngungun consists of sub-volcanic rock, also known as a hypabyssal rock, an intrusive rock emplaced at medium-to-shallow depths within the crust and has intermediate grain size, and often porphyritic texture between that of volcanic and plutonic rocks.

 

Coordinates 6°54′S 152°55′E