How to keep your ducted reverse cycle system in good working condition

Posted on: 27 February 2018

Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning make for convenient HVAC units for both homes and businesses. They operate by offering an all-in-one solution where cool air can be channeled into the home in the summer, and warm air can be circulated during the winter. To avoid costly repairs down the road, it is important to regularly inspect and maintain your reverse cycle system. The relatively high initial cost of installing such units makes it even more important to maintain them over time.
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Two Reasons Why You Should Invest in a High-Quality Commercial Air Conditioning System for Your Retail Space

Posted on: 23 January 2018

If you run a retail business, it might be a good idea to arrange for an HVAC specialist to install a high-quality commercial air conditioning system in your shop. Read on to learn why this is a worthwhile investment. It could encourage customers to spend more time in your shop The longer a customer spends perusing the products in your shop, the more likely it is that they will purchase something.
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Preparing Your Air Conditioning Unit for Seasonal Allergies

Posted on: 4 December 2017

Seasonal changes can be very exciting for a majority of the population. The transition from summer to fall and then to winter often comes along with activity changes, fashion adjustments and mood changes as well. However, another unwelcome guest is always lurking in the dark with every seasonal change. Seasonal allergies tend to catch their victims off guard, before they are adequately prepared. Your air conditioning unit can be a major contributor to such allergies.
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Hidden Factors That Could Cause Your Winter Energy Costs to Soar

Posted on: 25 September 2017

The cold days and colder nights of winter will be here soon, and there is nothing you can do to stop the onslaught. But while you may not be able to stop winter from coming, you can stop the cold weather from ushering in a new season of high energy bills. You do not have to take the cold weather lying down or resign yourself to months of high heating costs and soaring energy bills.
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