Three tips for helping your elderly relatives cope with extreme temperatures

Posted on: 8 September 2017

As the summer months rapidly approach in Australia, it's timely to consider how to keep mature family members healthy when the mercury peaks. Seniors who live alone, take medication, have kidney problems or deal with reduced mobility are particularly susceptible to heat stress. If you have older people in your life who fit these risk factors, check out these three tips for helping your elderly relatives cope with extreme temperatures. [Read More]

What a Proper Air Conditioner Repair Service Includes

Posted on: 31 August 2017

The last thing you'd want to happen on a hot sunny day is your air conditioner breaking down. Most unexpected air conditioner breakdowns happen because people fail to take proper care of their air conditioning units. But even well-maintained air conditioners can stop working at crucial times, leaving you feeling all hot and sweaty. When faced with air conditioner malfunction, you will need immediate air conditioner repair service so your place doesn't feel like a veritable sauna. [Read More]

Tips to Keep Commercial Cool Rooms Running Well for Longer

Posted on: 30 August 2017

A cool room installation is an ideal option for businesses that need to keep large quantities of food stock well-refrigerated. However, unexpected downtime can lead to spoiled and wasted stock, causing businesses owners to incur huge financial losses. Businesses that rely on cool rooms to cater to their cooling needs can enjoy reliable cooling service by taking proper care of their equipment. Here is a breakdown of things that can be done to keep commercial cool rooms in good working condition: [Read More]

Understanding the Common Materials Used for HVAC Pipework Fabrication

Posted on: 29 August 2017

 In the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) industry, piping systems are used in a variety of applications including the transport of fluids, as valves to control the flow of fluids, or as pipe fittings. For them to play these roles perfectly well, the materials used in their construction needs to fit the purpose. General purpose piping is usually constructed in plain steel, copper, galvanised steel, or cast iron. For special HVAC applications such as those requiring corrosion resistance, nonmetallic materials such as plastic, fibreglass, or glass are used. [Read More]