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Why a Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning System is Best For Your Ageing Parents' Home

As you may know, a cooling AC unit works by chilling warm indoor air using a refrigerant and pumping heat outdoors. A reverse cycle system can, as the name suggests, reverse this process to heat a home instead. If you're worried that your ageing parents' current HVAC systems won't be keeping them cool enough in the summer or warm enough in the winter, arranging&n

How to Make Sure That You Choose the Right Type of A/C System for Your New Project

If you're involved in a significant renovation project at home, which may involve an extension or a sizeable upgrade to your energy and resource needs, then you will certainly be looking at your air conditioning system. You will see an array of choices in the marketplace, but will want to know not only what is more cost efficient for you, but what solution will meet y

3 Most Common Air Conditioning Problems Faced by Homeowners

The average lifespan of an AC unit ranges between 10-15 years. Therefore, it's inevitable that you will schedule several air conditioning repairs before replacing it. The most common AC problems are known to be a result of either faulty installation or inadequate maintenance. It is needless to say how uncomfortable a home can get when an AC unit is not working correct

Commercial Air Conditioning Installation: Top 3 Benefits of a Multi-Split AC System

Hot indoor temperatures can make your commercial building uncomfortable for employees to work from, and your clients will definitely not appreciate the excessive heat. Choosing a suitable air conditioning system for your commercial building is critical to optimising indoor temperatures, especially in summer when temperatures can get too hot. If it is your first time s

Air Conditioner Maintenance: Understanding the Subtle Signs of Impending Failure

Regular inspection of your residential air conditioning unit is critical for an extended lifespan and optimal performance. This assessment is crucial because it will help you identify malfunctions in time to perform immediate repairs. Unfortunately, most homeowners cannot recognise the signs of degradation of the appliance. This lack of knowledge translates into lost