Aircon Servicing Ang Mo Kio – Are you someone who stays and live in the beautiful Ang Mo Kio town. Being one of the most developed and oldest towns in Singapore, Ang Mo Kio is a great place to live and also a great place to have your meals. There are many nice eateries in the area and great schools as well.
Ang Mo Kio being one of the most mature estates have also a high number of aircon units in the area where residents will enjoy the pleasure of cool air in their rooms and living area. This area is also great for most elderly with its higher percentages living there because of it being one of the early housing estates under the Housing Development Board (HDB).
Ang Mo Kio is also centrally located, convenient for our engineers to get to your location most of the time of the week. We are able to work closely with you at short notice, but we will really appreciate you to keep in contact with us for a package with us to get your aircon done up properly with us!
Arctic Aire Engineering is a specialist in Aircon Servicing and we are glad to work with residents of Ang Mo Kio to service, maintain and repair your aircon units.
Call us now at (+65) 9489 0661
Ang Mo Kio is a new town situated to the north of Bishan, in central Singapore. Notable features of the neighbourhood include hawker centres, wet markets and HDB housing blocks. Singapore’s Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong is the Member of Parliament for this constituency. As an urban planning division, the Ang Mo Kio Planning Area lies within this region.
The name of the locality is synonymous with phrases in the Hokkien dialect which either relates it as the “Red Tomato”, or the “Bridge of the Caucasian”. The Caucasian suggested could be a British Lady called Lady Jennifer Windsor. Lady Windsor was the wife of Lord Windsor, a wealthy merchant who had a huge estate in the Upper Thomson Area in the 1920s until after World War II. Ang Mo Kio could also have been named in reference to Mr John Turnbull Thomson, a British civil engineer and artist who played an instrumental role in the development of the early infrastructure of late 19th century Singapore and New Zealand. Old survey maps relate the area as the “Mukim of Ang Mo Kio” (Mukim meaning “area” or “precinct” in Malay).