Temper Troops Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Announces Servicing Of The Sunshine Coast Region

Temper Troops, an Air Conditioning & Refrigeration company based in Narangba, QLD recently announced they'll be servicing all of the Sunshine Coast region commencing immediately.

Sunshine Coast, Australia - December 7, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Temper Troops, an Air Conditioning & Refrigeration company based in Narangba, QLD recently announced they'll be servicing all of the Sunshine Coast region commencing immediately.

Temper Troops Air Conditioning & Refrigeration has been servicing the Sunshine Coast and surrounding suburbs for many years now through the partnerships with Grandview Homes, Edge Designer Homes, Thompson Sustainable Homes and McLachlan Homes.

Nathan Chilo, owner of Temper Troops commented "It was a natural progression to offer our services on the Sunshine Coast, we've "unofficially" worked in the area for many years and are now offering our services to the general public also."

"The Sunshine Coast is an ever-growing area. New developments happening in South Caloundra "Aura" and further North at Palmview “Harmony” have really cemented our continuous presence on the Sunshine Coast. We really take pride in supplying these "new-home" areas with the best possible air-conditioning solutions with up-to-date and innovative air-conditioning technology" Nathan stated.

Temper Troops has formed a strong relationship with Daikin over many years. "We've been an authorised Daikin dealer for many years and thus can offer the most competitive pricing on Daikins' range of award-winning products for residents on the Coast" said Nathan. Further to this, “we are also authorised dealers for the extremely popular MyAir zone control equipment from Advantage Air, again, offering the most competitive pricing for this innovative and exciting product”

More information on the air conditioning services & product ranges available through Temper Troops can be found on their Sunshine Coast specific page on their website: http://www.tempertroops.com.au/sunshine-coast. Comments and questions can also be asked via phone on: (07) 3293 0005

Contact Info:
Name: Nathan Chilo
Organization: Temper Troops Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
Address: 4/61 Bulcock Street, Caloundra QLD 4551
Phone: (07) 3293 0005

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