Francoe Streamline takes a fresh approach to facilities management within the UAE marketplace, based on smart, innovative building maintenance solutions that target cost effectiveness.

Sunday - Thursday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Friday - CLOSED

+971 4 371 3379/ +971 55 630 9959


Barsha Heights

Tecom, Dubai, UAE

Sunday - Thursday 09:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Friday - CLOSED

+971 55 6309959


Onyx T-2, 1107, Office 12

The Greens, Dubai, UAE



AC Problem?

Sometimes your air conditioner and heating system would catch you off guard and breakdown all of a sudden – this may happen in the middle of the night or on busy hours when it’s impossible to call for a technician. In cases like this, a practical homeowner should have basic troubleshooting skills to try and figure out what is going wrong with his/her units. Here’s a handy checklist of simple AC troubleshooting tips to try. 1. Check the power supply. APPLIANCE REPAIR RULE #1: Make sure the plug is in the outlet and the connection...

Prepare for summer now

If you haven’t had your AC serviced recently or duct cleaned this is the time to do it before the summer heat arrives.  Having to spend the coming weeks or potentially months inside means that it is even more important to ensure that the air circulated through the airconditioning is clean. We also recommend our deep cleaning and sanitizing service to ensure a healthy living environment. Please note that all our staff is highly trained and experienced in health and safety procedures, and now in helping to stop the spread of...

Health Risks of Dirty Air Ducts

DID YOU KNOW? A dirty A/C filter can cause the air ducts in the home to become dirty and clogged, providing the ideal environment for mold and spores to develop within the ductwork. Millions of unwanted airborne particles may be breathed inside your home. Air filters, ducts, and diffuser vents can become an overhead trap for dust, tobacco smoke, and pollen, cooking odors and pet hair and dander.  Improperly maintained air-conditioner filters and ducts can result in a build-up of allergens such as fungi, pollen, and bacteria in the air triggering: Fatigue ...

What Happens When an Electrical Circuit Overloads?

Electrical Circuits are designed to handle a limited amount of electricity. An overload occurs when you draw more electricity than a circuit can safely handle. Circuits are made up of wiring, breaker (or fuse, in old wiring systems), and devices (such as light fixtures, appliances, and anything plugged into an outlet). The electricity usage of each device (when running) adds to the total load on the circuit. Exceeding the rated load for the circuit wiring causes the circuit breaker to trip, shutting off the power to the entire circuit. Circuit Overload If...