29 Weber St N
Waterloo, ON N2J 3G5


The heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system in your vehicle produces clean air and maintains the ideal temperature and humidity levels to help keep your vehicle’s cabin comfortable throughout the year, no matter the season.

Feeling comfortable while driving allows you to focus on the road and your surroundings, an air conditioning and heating system that isn’t functioning properly can definitely get you agitated and take your attention of what’s happening around you. In order to keep you comfortable during the sweltering summer months and bitterly cold winter months , BAC Auto Centre can service the air conditioning and heating system in your vehicle ensuring proper functionality when you need it most.

Our A/C and Heating Services

Car Air Conditioning Service

For anyone that has experienced only warm air coming from their vehicle with the A/C turned up to the max, knows the feeling of helplessness that follows. There can be several reasons why your vehicle’s air conditioning is not blowing cold air, our certified technicians will inspect, diagnose and repair your car’s A/C so you can drive comfortably.

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Vehicle Air Conditioner Recharge

Low refrigerant is the most common problem associated with car, truck and SUV air conditioners not producing cold air. Recharging your vehicle’s, Air Conditioner will help keep your vehicle cool even on the warmest of days. Our service can include the introduction of fluorescent dye to better identify any leaks that may be present in the A/C system.

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Car Heating System Service

Keep the bitter cold temperatures out of your vehicle when it gets cold! Stay comfortable this fall and winter by having the heating system in your vehicle inspected, diagnosed, and repaired by the professionals at BAC Auto Centre. Any heating system issues with your car, truck or SUV will be quickly diagnosed and effectively repaired so you can get comfortably back on the road.

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The refrigerant utilized by a vehicle’s air conditioning system is exchanged between a liquid and a gaseous form to function. The refrigerant absorbs heat and moisture from the car when it changes states, enabling the system to release cool, dry air.

The majority of automakers advise recharging your air conditioning system every two to three years. However, a variety of factors, such as your location’s environment and how frequently you use your air conditioner, might influence how frequently you need to recharge your system. If you notice that your vehicle’s A/C isn’t as cold as it used to be, it may be time to schedule an appointment to have the refrigerant recharged.

Two common problems that lead to your vehicle taking a longer time to heat up are:

  1. Low coolant levels lead to less fuel for the heater core to work with. 
  2. The thermostat could be the problem if the coolant levels are good. Your vehicle’s thermostat works alongside your vehicle’s radiator and coolant to maintain proper operating temperature in your vehicle’s engine.

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Your car will appreciate it, and you'll enjoy the peace of mind


What our Clients Say

Went in to have my A/C fixed after being given an estimate of $4000 by Toyota. Got great service from friendly and knowledgeable people and the bill was well under $500! Couldn’t have been happier.

Ashleigh Elson

Would highly recommend this auto shop! He was very professional, very helpful & had great prices. Many auto shops referred me to replace a part in my car. But BAC Auto Centre helped me fix it and saved me from high bill. Will definitely come back.

Gowtham Reddy

I have had my car for over 2 years now and have been going to multiple places for oil changes. This has been by far the best place I have come for an oil change. Dean was extremely friendly and the gentleman who worked on my car showed me one thing that is lose but said it’s not mandatory to fix and will not cause any issues. They did not once push any sale onto me as multiple other places have in the past.