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How Good Is Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning

reverse cycle air conditioning feature

When it comes to home air conditioning, reverse cycle has become the common choice for many Melbourne residents. This is a style of air conditioning system with both cooling and heating functions. Besides, winter is short in Melbourne. Thus, reverse cycle air conditioning can help save on heating and cooling costs. Also, it will keep […]

Using your Split System during Fire Season

Clean air quality

Many people have been concerned about the air quality of Melbourne during this fire season. With stores running out of face masks and air purifiers, many of you would be happy to hear that you already have something at home that can drastically improve your air quality. Your split system! Yes, your split system is […]

Benefits of Good Air Conditioning

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Good Air Conditioning is Literally a Life Saver A study by the Australia State of the Environment group of heat-related deaths found that more than 1,000 Australians died from the heat in 2007. A figure which does not even fully capture the magnitude of the problem when heat is a such common contributing factor to […]

Heat Stroke: Tips to stay safe as temperatures soar

heat stroke

Heat stroke is certainly no laughing matter. Each summer, a heat wave rolls over Australia, precipitating a rash of death and hospitalisations related to heat stroke. As much of the nation braces for a heat wave, it is important to consider how to prevent this deadly condition. Heat stroke is when a person’s core body […]

Central Ducted Heating vs Split Systems for Burwood

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Energy Choices Central Gas Ducted Heaters and efficient Reverse Cycle Air Conditioners produce only one-third the greenhouse gas emissions of standard electric heaters. For Burwood and other Melbourne homes, the most efficient 5–6 star reverse cycle units produce less than one-fifth of the emissions of conventional electric heaters. Moreover, central ducted heaters and reverse cycle […]

Is Ducted or Split Systems Better for a Box Hill home?

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Like most of Melbourne, Box Hill can go through four seasons in a day. We Melbournians are used to leaving the house in a t-shirt and needing a jumper hours later. But once we get home, we want to be sheltered from these extremities. However, we’re often asked whether ducted air conditioning or split system […]

Air Conditioning Your Mont Albert Home

save money in mont albert

When you think about heating and cooling your home in Mont Albert, do your thoughts turn to money and energy efficiency? In short, the more efficient heating and cooling systems are, the less they cost to run. Therefore, your utility bills will be lower. Moreover, energy efficiency is good for the environment, too. So, install […]

What are your Options for Heating and Cooling?

options for heating and cooling

According to energy.com.au depending on the climate, heating and cooling can account for 20% – 50% of energy used in Australian homes. To maximise energy savings and personal comfort, seal draughts around doors and windows with weather strips. Roof and wall insulation, as well as, good curtains can significantly reduce heating and cooling loads. Perhaps, […]

Does your Air Conditioner have Superpowers?

ac super powers

Superpowers aren’t something we usually associate with an air conditioner – but the energy saving features in some of today’s cutting-edge models might really surprise you. Not only does this advanced technology mean air conditioners are now incredibly effective and reliable, they’re also more economical and powerful than ever. We think that’s worthy of superhero […]

Danger Signs & Symptoms of CO Poisoning

carbon monoxide poisoning

Danger signs to look out for around gas and other fuel-burning appliances include: Sooting, yellow or brown staining on or around walls, ceiling or below the appliance. Excessive condensation in the room where the appliance is installed. Lazy yellow or orange coloured gas flame, rather than a sharp blue one Note: gas log fires have […]

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