At Repairkidukan We take pride in job we do every day for our customers in Mumbai and the surrounding areas of Thane, Navi Mumbai, Lodha Palava Nilje Dombivali Kalyan.

Our AC Technician (handyman) not only diagnose problem with your AC quickly and repair it efficiently, they clearly explain the issues and give you proper solution. These are few qualities that make Repairkidukan stand out from the crowd and obvious choice for you when you need AC repair services.

Why Call Repairkidukan(Repair Ki Dukan) When You Need AC Repair In Mumbai,Dombivali, Nilje Lodha Palava.

  • We do business locally for more than 10 years. We do our best, every day, for every customer. We can fix any kind of air condionering system.
  • We Are Always On Call for You. We 24 hour AC repair.
  • We always arrive on time and work with a sense of urgency to get your home back to normal in no time.

When you need expert AC repair services in Mumbai,Thane, Navi Mumbai, and Lodha Palava Nilje Dombivali Kalyan, call on 7666744447. Let us prove to you we’re the best!

History of Air Conditioning

Isn’t AC’s doing enough to cool down your summer? Here are few fun facts and history about our beloved air conditioner

Surviving the heat has always been a tough challenge throughout the history, from cavemen to the modern civilization. Unlike cavemen who relied on age-old natural techniques to sustain the heat, we the modern millennials, thanks to the advancement in technology, we make use of many efficient and effective ways of staying cool. Throughout the history men were always in search of a better way to beat the heat, not only their motive for cooling was intended towards comfort and luxury but at a certain point this was inevitable and had become the question of survival. Especially in the countries in the middle east where the average temperature ranges north of 45-degree Celsius.

Thanks to the advancements in the field of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), we are today possessing few of the remarkable ways of retaining body temperature and preserve food for the longer durations.

The evolution of cooling systems throughout the ages

The Cavemen

The stones have proven to be natural insulators and hence our cavemen used to rely on finding refuge in old stone caves for shelter and to prevent heat. Also whenever cave wasn’t an option, the dug burrows in the ground. Even today, the stone buildings are more efficient in regulating temperature.


One of the notable civilizations of man king had a unique solution to beat the heat. The started with hanging the wet reeds on their open windows so that the crosswinds blowing into their houses would be cool.


Who isn’t familiar with the iconic hand fans from the land of China? The invention of those stylish fans was purely out of necessity and dates back to the second century BC.

Middle East

We all are familiar with the Disney’s game called Aladdin, the standout feature in this game was the famous Aladdin’s castle. Ever wondered the importance of those tall towers? In fact, it is a structural marvel, where the tall towers and the underground channels acted as the temperature regulator, to bring in cool air from beneath and drive off warm air out of the tower.


Greeks followed a simple technique which allowed them to continuously flow water through the aqua-ducts. This enabled them to monitor temperature at public baths and maintain heat or cool down the area as per their requirements.


They added to the structural aspects of the building like the people from the Middle East. The common architectural design included high ceilings, deep porches and large windows, which provided enough cross ventilation to keep the room cool. These techniques are still in practice even today in many countries.

Modern times

Willis Haviland Carrier is a well-renowned name in the HVAC world and often known as the father of Air Conditioning. In the year 1902, he discovered the relationship between temperature, humidity, pressure and dew point which led him to the invention of “the apparatus for treating air” which he then on patented in the year 1906. These developments inspired him to form his own company, Carrier corporation in 1915. He also made a revolutionary contribution by replacing the bulky rotary compressor with centrifugal compressors.

Through the history- evolution of AC’s

1813: The very first ever steam-powered refrigerator was built by Jacob Perkins

The 1830’s: To cool the patients suffering from yellow fever and Malaria, Dr John Gorrie invents the ice making machine

1899: Concept of comfort cooling gained popularity

1904: St. Louis had a fully air-conditioned Missouri state building was featured in the world fair.

1914: Charles Gates became the owner of the very first domestic AC system installed.

1917: Cinema got its very first AC

1928: The first practical household AC unit was demonstrated by the Carrier Corporation. Also, DuPont introduced its Freon.

1930: The first air-conditioned car was introduced in the rail route of Baltimore and Ohio

1936: The first air-conditioned passenger plane was introduced by United Airlines

1939: First AC car was made by Packard

1953: The sales of AC units crossed the milestone of 1 million, in total sales

1987: Important and much needed Montreal Protocol was signed to regulate the usage of CFC’s in the HVAC systems which was the primary reason for depleting the ozone layer.

1997: Restrictions were imposed on environmentally harmful refrigerants through the Kyoto Protocol

2002: As per estimation the AC production crossed over 6.7 million units

Interesting facts about your Air Conditioner

The most common terminology used to measure the cooling capacity of any Ac is represented by the term “tonnage”. One ton simply means the amount of heat absorbed by melting ice weighing one ton!

The employers were convinced that AC promoted laziness in their employees work environment and hence were against the idea of installation of air conditioning systems in 1940 till late 1950. But soon they showed interest towards an air-conditioned environment upon noting a significant increase in the productivity of their workforce under AC installed environment.

Ever wondered what are these terms like R-22, R-12, R-134, it emphasizes the chemical structure of the molecules in an alkaline refrigerant. Upon adding 90 to this number, using the resulting three-digit number, we can derive the number of carbon, hydrogen and fluorine atoms present in the molecule.

The common misconception among room AC users is that the air is cooled by passing through a system of coils but in fact, the air is never passed through the coils but passes over the coils. The cooling is achieved by refrigerant which draws the heat from the air as it passes over the evaporator coils.

Hopefully, we were able to ignite a spark and get you curious about your everyday used AC’s. This information is brought to you by Repairkidukan, where we try to resolve your any electronic issues in minimal time. We are operational in parts of Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai.
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Micromax launched Ayurveda series Air Conditioners, price starting at Rs 29,990

Micromax Informatics Ltd., launched its Ayurveda series Air Conditioners (AC) on Friday 23rd Feb 2018.
These Air Conditioners come with the goodness of ‘Neem’.

The Neem filter provides anti-bacterial & anti-allergen properties in this AC.The Micromax Ayurveda Series AC is built for the Indian climate and it can also curb bad air quality.

The Micromax Ayurveda Series AC is powered with an eco-friendly refrigerant and has low ozone-depleting & global warming effect than other refrigerants used in the market.

The Micromax Ayurveda AC comes with three years comprehensive warranty and Turbo cool mode.

The Micromax Ayurveda Series AC come with Inverter properties and the price range between Rs. 22,990 to Rs. 39,990 depending on the variant.

Air Conditioner AC Maintenance Guide

Proper air conditioner maintenance or AC system will ensure that the equipment continues to provide the cooling when needed especially during summer. Some of the steps that you can take and do not require a service technician to do them. Equipping yourself with these simple knowledge will save you time and money in the long run.

Check The Condenser
In a typical air conditioner, the condensing unit is usually located outside your house where the compressor, fan and the condensing coils are located. When cooling your house, this unit rejects heat to the surrounding by blowing the fan over the condensing coils. Make sure that there are no obstruction to the fan and air flow of the condenser. A typical outdoor condensing  unit that needs cleaning to ensure efficiency of air conditioner unit.


You do not have to cover up the unit when not in used as these units are robust enough to stand the harsh outside temperature of the house.
Remember to disconnect the power supply to the unit before cleaning the condenser.

Check & Clean Filters
Most indoor evaporator unit is fitted with removeable filters that trapped dust to prevent dirt from clogging the coils of the evaporator. These filters are easily removed and wash with water/soap to get rid of the dust. Do it at least once a month. Some units also come with electrostatic filters that act as a secondary filter system for the evaporator. Change them if they are dirty.

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Check & Clean Evaporator

If the coils of the indoor evaporator are dirty, use a vacuum cleaner or a wet cloth to clean them. Keeping the evaporator clean will ensure that the cooling capacity of the air conditioner is not lost due to the dirt that obstruct the flow of air to the room.

Remote Control

If your unit has a remote control, make sure that it is working by checking the display and using it to control the unit. If you are not using the controller for a long period, remove the batteries. Learning the functions of the electronic control will ensure that you are able to operate the air conditioner effectively.


Note that there are a few operating modes i.e. cooling, heating, fan or auto mode depending on the system that you purchased. Use of timer and other energy saving modes are recommended to save energy.

Power Up Unit

It is always a good idea to power up the unit and run the air conditioner at the end of Spring to ensure that it is still in working condition. Make sure that you are operating the right mode and temperature to get the desired cooling or heating effect.