Advice On Air Conditioners

Breathe Easy: Keeping Your AC Mould-Free with Expert Tips

December 12, 2023

Introduction: What you can’t see CAN hurt you! Welcome to the Aussie summer – sun-soaked days, sizzling barbies, and… a sneaky battle with mould in your air conditioner? Yep, you heard that right! While we’re soaking up the glorious sunshine, a less welcome guest, mould, might be gatecrashing our air con units. But don’t sweat it! We’ve got the expert insider tips and tricks to help you keep your home’s...


Daikin Vs Mitsubishi Electric Air Conditioners: Which Is Better? (7 Mins)

January 19, 2023

  Shopping for a new air conditioner can be a daunting task. With so many options on the market, it can be difficult to determine which one is right for your home or business needs. In this article, we will compare Daikin and Mitsubishi Electric air conditioners, comparing their features and capabilities in order to help you make an informed decision. We will look at seven points to consider when...


Fujitsu vs Daikin vs ActronAir: Which Of The 3 Brands Is Best?

October 20, 2022

There are three popular air conditioner brands in the Australian market and everyone has their own opinion, but which air conditioner is best for your home? Find out below why one of these might be a better choice than the others! The differences between Fujitsu, Daikin, and ActronAir When it comes to split-system air conditioners, there are three brands that consistently top the list of Australian consumers: Fujitsu, Daikin, and...


Testing RCD Devices. Is It Compulsory In Australia? – 5 mins

September 15, 2022

This article discusses the importance of testing RCD devices. What is the reason for this test, what does it entail and how to get it done and documented for your business. What Does Testing RCD’s Involve? In Australia, RCD testing is a legal requirement for all electrical contractors. This type of testing is designed to protect people and property by ensuring that all electrical circuits are safe. RCDs (residual current...


Commercial HVAC Engineers. What Do they Do? 4 Min Read

September 9, 2022

Commercial HVAC engineers are responsible for maintaining and repairing the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in large buildings like hotels or offices. Commercial HVAC engineers work with architects, interior designers, planners and other construction workers to install systems that meet the needs of the building’s occupants. They also work with electricians to ensure that wiring is installed properly. How does a commercial HVAC system differ from residential systems?...


10 Ways To Save Money On Your Air Conditioning System

March 8, 2021

We all know it would be great to save money on your electricity bills, here are 10 ways to save on the running costs of your air conditioner! By utilising these tips, it will also put less strain on your unit, therefore, ensuring your system is reliable for the coming years. 10 Ways to Save Money on your Air Conditioning System Keep all windows closed when operating your air conditioner...


6 Maintenance Tips To Extend The Life Of Your Split Air Conditioner

March 3, 2020

Air conditioner requires regular care to work up to the desired level during the sizzling heat, humidity, and extreme climatic condition of Cessnock, Australia. Regular air conditioner maintenance will ensure its smooth and efficient working.   Here are the 6 best maintenance tips for a split air conditioner to improve its efficiency and life expectancy. Looking After The Air Filters The air filters of the AC unit are responsible for...


7 Warning Signs Your Air Ducts Need Cleaning

January 23, 2020

Air ducts are one of the most important parts of your HVAC system. Over time, the air duct gets dirty due to the accumulation of debris, dirt, dust, and requires regular maintenance.  A place like Australia where the temperature during summer reaches 40 °C, it becomes unbearable to stay without an HVAC system. To identify these significant warning signs of dirty ducts to make sure the smooth working of your...

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