3 Ways to Extract Maximum Energy Efficiency Out of an Air Conditioner

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Air conditioners cool down your home in summers and the reverse cycle versions can heat up the space in winters. But they can use up to 40 percent of a household's energy to heat or cool the place and can push your electricity bills up unprecedentedly. The good news is that you can still use them without consuming too much energy provided you're clever with the way you operate your unit.

26 July 2018

Exploring heating systems commonly used in residential properties

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When the weather gets cold, Australians utilise many different methods to heat their homes. The heating method selected will depend on the ability of the system to keep the home warm, its operational cost, and how long the system can be expected to work. Here are some commonly-used HVAC systems in Australian residential properties. Boilers You can think of a boiler as a type of water heater that warms the home through circulating hot water.

5 March 2018

Should You Choose Evaporative Coolers Over Central Air Conditioning?

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When it is time to install an air conditioning system for your premises, there are many options to choose from. Two of the most commonly used AC systems are evaporative coolers and central air conditioning. Evaporative cooling is a time-tested cooling mechanism, and it's based on the principle of evaporating warm air resulting in a cooling effect. On the other hand, central air works by passing warm air over a compressor to cool it and channel it back into the home.

28 January 2018

Why You May Be Getting Little to No Air From Your AC Air Supply Registers

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As summer temperatures continue to escalate with each passing year, people are adding more demand on their AC systems. Increased hours of AC operation not only results in higher energy bills but also puts a strain on the entire system. As a result, it's no wonder that many people experience problems with their AC systems at the most crucial time—during summer.  Preventative AC maintenance is designed to help prevent problems that may arise out of normal operation of AC systems, but it is not a solution to all AC problems.

4 January 2018

Why Your Air Conditioner Requires Periodic Servicing Throughout the Year

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Summer is a time of the year when you need your air conditioning system to be working optimally. So naturally, you are already thinking about calling in an air conditioner technician to provide pre-season maintenance service. But once the hot summer days are gone, it is easy to neglect your air conditioner since you might not need to use it as much when the warm or cold weather sets in. Neglecting your air conditioning equipment during off-seasons can do more harm than good.

25 October 2017

Understanding Air Conditioning Systems

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Keeping cool during hot days can make your premises much more comfortable to spend time in. Air conditioning has become a necessity in many homes and businesses, allowing people to cool off from the hot and humid summer air. There are different types of air conditioning systems that are used in homes and buildings. It is important to know the options that are out there in order to make the right decisions for your premises.

20 October 2017

Top Reasons to Install a Ducted Air Conditioner in Your Home

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Feeling cool and comfortable on hot sunny days is every home owner's desire. Compared to other types of air conditioners available on the market, ducted air conditioners offer a number of unique features. It has a central unit, which cools air and then supplies it to various rooms in the house via ducts. Air conditioning ducts may run in the ceiling or under the floors of the house. If you are looking to install an air conditioning system to cool your whole house, here are good reasons to install a ducted air conditioner:

16 October 2017