Many people probably don't give much thought as to how their air conditioner actually works. You turn it on, it sucks in air from outside, chills it, then pipes it into your home, right? Well, not quite. Much like the fridge in your kitchen, your air conditioner utilises a coolant to chill the air before releasing it into the room. This coolant is crucial for the effective performance of an air conditioner.
4 December 2018
Now that the spring has come and flowers are blooming, pollen will soon be everywhere in the air, and keeping those allergic reactions at bay will be close to impossible. The long, cold season also means there is a possibility the HVAC system wasn't maintained properly. If your home is feeling excessively dusty, the problem could be the atmosphere, but it could also be your HVAC system. It is important to understand ways in which HVAC systems can promote the presence of dust in the home as opposed to removing it.
4 October 2018
If you have an evaporative air conditioning system in your home, you know that it doesn't operate like the conventional AC units. These units use evaporation to cool the air in your home, and they ensure a constant flow of fresh, cool air when you need it. There is a need to keep on checking the unit and looking out for signs of fault so that you can maintain optimal performance and extend the lifespan of the system.
4 May 2018
If you're serious about gaming, you should get serious about air conditioning. AC units aren't just for bedrooms and living rooms—they can also do a world of good in rooms using for computer or console gaming. A ducted air conditioner system is one of the best ways to keep your whole house—including your gaming room—crisp and cool. Here are just 3 ways you'll benefit. Protect Your Set Up All computers and games consoles have inbuilt fans to keep temperatures low while gaming.
9 March 2018
The compressor in the outdoor unit of your air conditioning system plays an important role in ensuring that your home remains at the desired temperature. However, like all mechanical components, the compressor may develop defects that can cause it to fail. This article discusses some of the signs that can alert you when the compressor starts failing. Loud Noises The compressor in your air conditioner usually operates without emitting a lot of noise.
31 January 2018
Australia is midway through its summer, and it's not surprising that the demand for all air conditioning services peak at this time of year as the reality of hot summer nights bites restless sleepers. You have only been in your home a few months, but you are starting to feel dread about the state of your property's air conditioning system. Something is not quite right, so you're trying to decide whether to call in an air conditioning repairer now or wait.
5 January 2018