Frozen AC Evaporator Coils? What to Do Next

January 22, 2020

  It must seem a little strange to find a frozen evaporator coil in 40+ degrees out in Australia. A frozen coil may seem like a good thing – it means icy-cold air, right? But unfortunately, ice on evaporator coils is an indication that something is wrong with the AC unit and neglecting the problem could burn out the compressor. The good thing is that you can fix the problem...


5 Reasons Your AC Unit Is Not Turning On

December 30, 2019

When you are living in Australia, the air conditioning unit is necessary for your comfort and health of the family. The last thing you want your air conditioner isn’t working when the temperature outside is rising during the peak summer season. Here are the 7 quick & easy steps to check why your air conditioning system is not turning on. Dirty Air Filter How frequently do you clean the air...


5 Factors To Consider Before AC Installation

December 24, 2019

Gone are the days when an AC unit is considered a luxury item but nowadays, it is a necessity in most parts of the world. You need to choose the right air conditioner brand & model to beat the summers in Australia. The majority of people fail to get a suitable AC unit for their needs and requirements by purchasing without any proper research. Here are the 7 factors you...


5 Easy Hacks To Get Rid of Mould In HVAC Air Ducts

December 6, 2019

Mould is one of the most silently hazardous fungi in the world. It has the potential to cause serious health issues in the future. Statistics show that dirty air gives rise to millions of deaths every year. When you experience black mould in air vents or AC air ducts, cleaning is the first step. For the professional help, hire the Cessnock-based HVAC contractors who meticulously perform the job of repair...


Is Refrigerator Not Cold Enough? 5 DIY Ways To Repair

December 4, 2019

Did you just notice the eggs getting all sloppy? If this makes you question the functioning of your fridge. Let’s get started… How low a refrigerator’s temperature should be to keep it cool? Well, according to the FDA, a refrigerator’s temperature should be set to 40°F or lower while the freezer temperature should be at 0°F. The goal is to prevent foodborne illnesses and keep the food fresh longest. However,...


5 Visible Warning Signs That Your Refrigerator Needs Repair

October 17, 2019

    Like most of the modern appliances, refrigerators also have gone through some digital changes. Technological progress continues to upgrade many old components with new advanced ones.  For example, new, eco-friendlier HFC (tetrafluoroethane) is now used instead of old chloro-fluoro-carbons (like Freon) in the refrigerator.  Despite all these changes, the working principle of all the refrigerators is still the same. So try to get some basic knowledge of refrigerator...


5 Factors Hampering The Efficiency of Your Air Conditioning Unit

October 14, 2019

  Using air conditioning systems in residential and commercial buildings has become as common as using a ceiling fan these days. If you are using these in your home or workplace in Australia, it is obvious you would want them to perform at their best for effective cooling throughout the day.  At the same time, you are also conscious of the increased energy bills that you will have to pay...


5 Tips To Reduce Your Energy Bill This Summer

October 12, 2019

  Australia has pretty long summers with 32 degrees Celsius as an average temperature. According to a study, around 4.6 million Australians have at least one AC unit at their home.  Running the air conditioner for a long time can result in huge electric bills. Heating and cooling expenses in Australia can account for up to 50% of the home energy budget.  Besides blasting cold air, air conditioners remove harmful...


5 Key Differences Between Commercial & Residential HVAC Systems

October 10, 2019

The majority of commercial buildings use HVAC units for efficient cooling in the scorching summer heat to make their employees, as well as clients, feel relaxed and comfortable. In other words, the air conditioner has become a modern-day necessity to cope with intense heat and humidity in various parts of the world. And the case is no different on the residential side.    Though both residential and commercial HVAC systems...

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