2017

5 Tips for Using Cold Rooms in Hot Weather

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If you're hosting an event outside or if you're catering an outdoor party, you may need to hire a cold room. Unfortunately, if it's hot outside, that can take a toll on the cold room. If you're dealing with hot weather, you may want to keep the following tips in mind. 1. Make Sure You Have Ample Fuel With cold room hire, you generally get a cold room that needs to be connected to electricity or one that runs from a generator.

6 December 2017

All You Need To Know About Air Duct Cleaning

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Living in Australia means air conditioning is one of the appliances that you cannot do without in your home. However, despite the convenience that these systems provide, they can also turn dangerous if they are not well taken care of. You should consider the air ducts of your cooling system as the respiratory channels of your home. When pollutants such as dirt, pollen, dander and more collect in these ducts, they steadily spread them across your residence.

29 August 2017

Signs Your Air Conditioning Needs Maintenance

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As an essential installment that makes life more comfortable, your air conditioning prevents even the hottest of days making you sweat. However, it's easy to put air conditioning maintenance to the back of your mind until it begins to show telltale signs of needing attention. You're starting to feel the heat anyway  If you're starting to feel hot despite cranking your system up to the highest setting, it requires maintenance. This is often due to a defective compressor or low Freon levels, both of which are essential for making the air cool.

5 June 2017

3 Causes of Your Freezer Freezing Up (And How to Handle Them)

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The freezer compartment of your refrigerator is essential because it helps you preserve your food on ice. For this reason, regular inspection and maintenance of your freezer is crucial for its performance as well as service life. Freezers may develop some problems over time. One major issue you may have with your freezer is freezing or frost build-up. Frozen or iced-up freezer coils will reduce its cooling capacity because in most cases, the ice of frost will block your freezer's ventilation fans.

12 May 2017