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John Winnacott your local licensed HVAC Hygienist FREECALL 1800 130 168 for your Local Licensed & Authorised Sanitair™ Technician.
Aircon cleaning Coffs Harbour is locally owned and operated licensed technicians supporting the local community.
Australia’s Leaders in the industry. Sanitair™ Coffs Harbour is the only Authorised and Licensed Air Con Cleaning Technicians for Coffs Harbour, Nambucca Heads and surrounding region.
We do more than just clean the filters we clean and sanitise your system which improves the health of your indoor air for you, your family, your customers and your staff.
Our team offer experienced service for the unique requirements for both residential and commercial facilities in compliance with AS/NZS 3666 Microbial Control and DA19 Standards including AIRAH Best practice standards and guidelines.
Certified Nationally Accredited – Mould Testing Assessors.
IICRC – Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification – Certified Firm
IAQA – Indoor Air Quality Association – Corporate Member
Air Conditioning Cleaning Coffs Harbour, Sawtell, Toormina, Corindi Beach, Red Rock, Mullaway, Dirty Creek, Woolgoolga, Nambucca Heads, Urunga, Newry, Bellingen, Macksville, Buffer Creek, Orama, Thora, Valery, Bom Bom, Carrs Creek, Shannon Hill, Wombat Creek, Winegrove, Waterview, Boambee, Bucca, Moonee Beach, Sapphire Beach, Sherwood, Ulong, Scotts Head, Clarence Coast and surrounds.
At the heart of this region is Coffs Harbour, a coastal city on the southern edge of the Solitary Islands Marine Park, a haven for whales, turtles and grey nurse sharks. You’ll find plenty of things to do and see in the city, which is home to the Big Banana, one of Australia’s iconic big things. Amble along the Jetty Strip at the bottom of Harbour Drive and choose from a delicious range of restaurants and cafes. Just 25 minutes’ drive north is Woolgoola, home of Curryfest, a food festival that celebrates the town’s Sikh residents, and the Guru Nanak Sikh temple. (Credit: http://www.visitnsw.com)