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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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Split System Air Conditioning: Do You Need a "Follow Me" Feature?
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Heating Installation – Wonderful Reasons to Choose Hydronic Heating
28 February 2019

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Four Things to Do for Your Air Conditioning System Before You Leave Town
4 January 2019

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Evaporative Cooling: Four Essential Tips for Promoting Optimal Performance
29 October 2018

You should consider investing in an evaporative co

Evaporative Cooling: Four Essential Tips for Promoting Optimal Performance

You should consider investing in an evaporative cooler for your home if you are struggling with high AC electrical bills. In general, evaporative coolers are inexpensive to run, particularly on hot summer days. These units rely on the power of evaporation to keep the house cool, as opposed to conventional air conditioners which need refrigerant and electrical power. If you install an evaporative cooler, you can at least reduce your AC energy demands and create a more pleasant indoor climate. Read More 

What Your Home’s Mould Says About Your HVAC System

Mould is a substance that no homeowner wants, but it's an intruder you're likely to experience eventually. One of the simplest ways to prevent and control mould is by giving your HVAC system enough attention. When you know more about how it affects mould growth and when to use an air conditioning repair service, you can keep fungi to a minimum throughout your property. Why your HVAC system is a breeding ground for mold Read More 

What Is the Best Commercial Air Conditioning Unit for Your Business?

An air conditioning system for your business is good for both the workers and customers. For this reason, it's imperative to invest in the right air conditioning unit for your commercial space. However, with many options in the markets to choose from, finding one that works perfectly for your business may not be an easy task, especially if it's your first time investing in one. The choice of the right air conditioning unit to use for your commercial space depends on a range of factors. Read More 

Do Air Conditioner Problems Mean Heater Problems? Here’s Why the Answer is Usually “Yes!”

Whilst your air conditioner and heater do quite opposite things, they actually share much in common. In the majority of homes built in recent years, the heater and air conditioner use the very same equipment within the home. For that reason, if you have air conditioning problems this summer, you might very well have problems with the heater when the cold weather begins. Keep reading to learn about what your air conditioner and heater share -- and how you can take care of them both! Read More 

Understanding the Ducted Air Conditioning

When choosing an air system for your property, it's important to weigh up different options including their pros and cons.  You want to select the perfect system. Ducted air conditioning is a popular temperature control system. This post outlines what it is and what its benefits are. What's ducted air conditioning? This is a system that works by pumping cool air from a cooling unit through different ducts which end in vents, hence cooling your room. Read More