Did you know Coastwide is the Number 1 buyer of air conditioning gas on the Gold Coast? We do more vehicle air conditioner re-gassing and repairs than anyone else in the area. Our expert technicians are highly regarded and will ensure your vehicle’s air-con is blowing cool, clean air.

And because we buy our gas in such large bulk quantities, we get a great price which we pass on to our customers and that makes us one of the cheapest in car air conditioning re-gas on the Gold Coast at only $165.

Our Service INCLUDES

We provide a wide range of mechanical services both at our workshop and through our mobile mechanic service.

Air Conditioning Repairs

Air Conditioning Installation

Air Conditioning Regas

Air Conditioning Servicing

Climate Control

Expert Leak Detection

Electrical Issues


Air Conditioning Diagnosis



How do I know if my car needs re-gassing?

If your air con isn’t getting cold or isn’t getting cold enough then you have an issue with the air con system and will need some diagnosing to assess what is required it may or may not be related to the gas.


What else could be wrong if it doesn’t need re-gassing?

There are many mechanical components as well as electrical components that could be potential issues with the system as well and varies areas that can create leaks such as hoses, seals & valves so this is why it’s important to get the system checked prior to carrying out a regas to make sure that it’s not something more than a gas issue.

Can my car just need a re-gas?

Yes, it can just need a re-gas. The refrigerant does breakdown overtime and becomes not efficient in its cooling properties and therefore can give you substandard cooling. In this case a service of the system with new gas will fix the issue.

Can I fit air con to my car if it doesn’t have factory air con?

Yes, it is possible with various different designs of air con such as a factory style setup or an under-dash unit, however this is an extremely expensive process.

How do you test for leaks in an air con system?

We use various styles of leak detection, sometimes they are visually obvious, nitrogen is used to pressurise the system and then sprayed with a leak detection to locate the leak or a ultra violet dye can be installed into the system to find the leaks. Depending on the location and access to the vehicle’s components will depend on what type of leak detection we will use.