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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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Don't Make Your Sick Unit Die! 3 Reasons DIY Air Conditioning Repairs Are a Bad Idea
1 June 2020

When your air conditioner develops a problem or be

Things that Indicate Your HVAC Unit Needs Repair
26 November 2019

Overlooking small things could lead to your air co

Ways to make your heating budget go further
12 August 2019

When you rely on your HVAC system for heating duri

Split System Air Conditioning: Do You Need a "Follow Me" Feature?
21 May 2019

As you research split system air conditioning prod

Heating Installation – Wonderful Reasons to Choose Hydronic Heating
28 February 2019

When you are contemplating a heating installation

Don’t Make Your Sick Unit Die! 3 Reasons DIY Air Conditioning Repairs Are a Bad Idea

When your air conditioner develops a problem or becomes faulty, you might get attempted to fix the problem yourself instead of calling in an expert in air conditioning repairs to do it. DIY repair work only worsens the problem and causes the air conditioning unit to malfunction completely. Here's why attempting any AC repair work yourself is a bad idea. You Don't Know the Safety Measures to Adopt Repairing a defective air conditioner yourself can be very dangerous. Read More 

Things that Indicate Your HVAC Unit Needs Repair

Overlooking small things could lead to your air conditioner performing poorly. You do not have to wait until your HVAC unit breaks down completely to contact air conditioning contractors. Regular maintenance from an expert will increase the life span of your air conditioner. Sometimes it might not be clear that your air conditioner is slowly breaking down. However, if you are keen enough, you are likely to notice certain signs that could be an indication that your HVAC system is wearing out. Read More 

Ways to make your heating budget go further

When you rely on your HVAC system for heating during the cooler months, your home's temperature is probably pretty consistent. At the same time, when you don't take a sensible approach to your household activities, your bills will start to rise. If you're interested in cutting the cost of your energy bills, it's time to follow a few simple tips. Regulate your temperature  If you have a thermostat, you need to start experimenting with it. Read More 

Split System Air Conditioning: Do You Need a “Follow Me” Feature?

As you research split system air conditioning products, you'll come across a lot of different features and functions. Some of these are standard; they come with most systems. Others are additional functions that aren't offered across the board. For example, you may be looking at a system that has a feature known as "Follow Me." What does this feature do and is it worth having? What Is Follow Me? Air conditioning systems that have Follow Me functionality typically come with an advanced remote control system. Read More 

Heating Installation – Wonderful Reasons to Choose Hydronic Heating

When you are contemplating a heating installation for your home, there is an array of systems that you can consider. But one system that is gaining traction among Aussie homeowner is hydronic heating. As implied by the name, hydronic heating utilises water to warm up your residence. The system comprises pipes that are installed underneath your floors and these pipes travel to all areas of your home that you want to stay warm. Read More