During the cold, winter months, your furnace plays an important role in supplying warm air to your home. Any issues with your furnace will need to be addressed as soon as possible. In fact, it’s better to identify potential issues before the furnace actually breaks down. Depending on the type of maintenance required, the cost of repairs to your unit will vary. You should be prepared to handle the cost of furnace repairs, so you don’t spend cold or freezing nights in your home. Read More»
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Physician, Heat Thyself: What Is Reverse-Cycle Air Conditioning, And Why Should You Install It In Your Medical Clinic?
Maintaining an equable temperatures in any place of business is important for the comfort of both your clients and employees, especially during the blazing hot peaks of the average Australian summer. However, if you run a medical clinic, such as a private GP’s surgery or a plastic surgery clinic, climate control is even more vital—excessive heat or cold can have severe consequences for ill and/or elderly patients and impair the concentration of medical professionals performing delicate procedures. Read More»
With the incredibly hot summers here, there’s no doubt that Australians need to rely on their central air conditioning system quite heavily. Whilst keeping your family cool and comfortable during the blazing hot weather is important, it can put a real strain on your billfold. If you’ve ever thought about how nice it would be to cut down on power bills whilst still staying cool, you’ll appreciate these tips to increase your central air conditioning system’s efficiency. Read More»
A ducted reverse cycle air conditioning system is the perfect way to cool your home in a lot of cases. Wondering if it’s right for you? Here are some signs you may want to consider this type of cooling system for your home. 1. You Want a Ducted System If your current HVAC system is ducted, it can be fairly easy to switch to a ducted reverse cycle air conditioner — the installer simply hooks up the new equipment to your old ducts. Read More»