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HVAC: Keeping Your Cool In the Summer

Hey! My name is Danny and this is my new HVAC blog. HVAC might seem like a really boring subject, but have you ever considered that when you enter the local shopping mall or your place of work, the only reason it feels comfortable is because of the complex HVAC systems. I only came to truly appreciate my HVAC system when it stopped working. It was a really hot day in Sydney and I came home from work to discover the inside of my home was hotter than the surface of the sun. I called in a contractor who fixed up the HVAC system and gave me some great tips. Since then, I have been finding out all I can about the world of HVAC.



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Troubleshooting Common Problems with Portable Home Air Conditioners

Portable air conditioners are a great and convenient replacement for central air conditioning during hot summer months. However, having the device will not do any homeowner much good if they fail to maintain the unit as regularly as possible. Proper care of the AC increases its service life and also optimizes the performance of the device. Here are some handy tips to troubleshoot common problems of portable air conditioning in residential homes. Read More 

A small chill: Three handy tips for keeping your tiny home cool this summer

One of the greatest obstacles for many tiny home occupants is the intense heat of Australian summers. Do not despair, Aussie tiny home owners- you can keep your little living space cool this summer, even if you're off-grid. Check out these three handy tips for keeping your tiny home cool this summer! Insulate and shade For Australian homeowners, it pay not to underestimate the value of insulation and shade, particularly when working to combat the harsh Australian sun. Read More 

Factors to Consider When Contemplating Ducted Air Conditioning Installation

The most common approach individuals take when looking to install a new air conditioning system is basing their decision on cost. Unfortunately, having a rigid budget in mind may make it harder for you to narrow down your options, as numerous factors go into the pricing of air conditioning installation. Instead, it is best to know what type of system you would like, and then start contemplating how much money would be needed. Read More 

Take Proper Care of Your Residential A/C to Avoid These Undesirable Outcomes

Like other HVAC equipment used in the home, air conditioning installation is a big investment, and residential air conditioners need some level of maintenance to keep operating at peak efficiency. As a homeowner, it is your responsibility to ensure that your air conditioning unit is properly maintained. Failure to do so will result in several undesirable outcomes, including the ones highlighted below. High repair bills Your residential air conditioning system comprises several different parts that require routine maintenance attention to keep working properly. Read More 

Why HVAC Inverter Systems Are Good for You

It is now possible to install a ducted air conditioning system that is equipped with inverter technology. This technology offers homeowners many benefits. Read on and learn what those benefits are. Quieter Operation Inverter systems prompt the compressors of air conditioners to operate as fast or as slow as the demand for conditioned air requires. For instance, the compressor of your ducted system is likely to work at a slower pace at night when there is a lower demand for cooling during the warm months of the year. Read More