How Homeowners Can Keep Their Air Conditioners Running at Peak Energy Efficiency

Posted on: 20 July 2017

As the number of Australian homeowners installing air conditioners (ACs) in their homes continues to rise, the traditional notion that air conditioning is a luxury service is quickly waning into obscurity. With summer temperatures becoming harsher and harsher with each passing year, many homeowners now place a premium on air conditioning.   If you are planning to install an AC unit in your home to brace for the hot, sweaty months, you'll need to ensure your space conditioning equipment runs energy efficiently.
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Ways Your Electrical Contractor Can Upgrade Your HVAC System

Posted on: 14 July 2017

When you begin thinking about ways to upgrade your HVAC system, you may think about just replacing the system and getting a new model. Though this is one of the more common ways to upgrade a system, it can be costly. There are other ways to upgrade your HVAC system that your local electrical contractor can assist with. Here are a few of the upgrades you should consider to help control and adapt your HVAC system to your lifestyle and needs:
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After Sales Service Tips for your HVAC Servicing Business

Posted on: 30 June 2017

Congratulations! y|You have succeeded in opening your heating, ventilation and air conditioning service business. With the number of companies requiring cool rooms increasing, it will not be long before your business starts making a profit. However, such success will need more than direct cold room sales. Clients will approach you for design and installation of a cold room, but you will only retain them if you have unrivaled after sale services strategies.
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Should You Choose a Battery or the Grid as the Energy Storage Solution for Your Solar Panels

Posted on: 29 May 2017

When you buy solar panels, you need a place to store the energy you collect when the sun is shining, so that you have some energy to use when the sun's not shining. The two main options are a battery or the grid. Here are five signs using the grid is right for you: 1. You Live on the Grid For this option to work, you need to live somewhere with a power grid.
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