Bar & Hotel Air Conditioning Deep Cleaning

Air Options have built a strong working relationship providing bar & hotel air conditioning deep cleaning to a national hospitality company and were appointed on to improve the airflow and efficiency of the air conditioning systems within their bars and hotel rooms.

A common problem within the hospitality sector is that air conditioning systems are in constant use. This results in filters becoming blocked more quickly, system inefficiencies, and potential breakdowns. The end goal with any bar & hotel air conditioning deep clean is optimal efficiency, maximum heat exchange, and user comfort – enabling our clients’ customers to benefit from increased ambience and a great night’s sleep.


We recently undertook the deep cleaning of a hotel air conditioning system in SE1, London. This consisted of a team of service engineers being on site for 5 days, removing sixty Mitsubishi system covers, isolating the power to each unit, installing a specialist protective kit around the unit, and then washing and deep cleaning the unit in situ. Once the cleaning works were completed, we reinstated the covers, reconnected the power, and tested the systems ahead of customer sign off. All areas were left clean and tidy at all times.

Our engineers worked methodically and professionally, checking in and out of areas with the management on site to ensure all systems were deep cleaned within their allocated timescale and handed over in good working order without disruption to our client’s guests.

Deep cleaning hotel air conditioning systems is no small task as we needed to be discrete at all times, but by planning the job ahead of time, we were able to complete the project inside of the client’s budget.

If you need your air conditioning deep cleaned or feel like it would benefit from this type of treatment in the future, we can give your system the blast it needs!

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Key project points
  • Building: Hotel
  • Location: London
  • Manufacturer: Mitsubishi
  • Ventilation: N/A
  • Filtration: Manufacturer standard
  • Objectives: Increase efficiency
  • Budget: 6K