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Now winter has finished and spring is here ,its a good time to start thing about cooling for your home .... read more
Heating systems service before winter hits
With winter just around the corner now is the time to look at checking your heater is working correctly.
There is many forms of heating units, like Brivis and Breamar gas ducted heaters,
and reverse cycle systems ,wall mounted and ducted such as Mitsubishi Electric and Daikin just to name a few .
What needs to serviced depends on the type of heating systems you have ,but common service problems are blocked filters in return air grills commonly found in Mitsubishi Electric and Daikin units ,and ignition faults on Brivis and Breamar gas heaters ,and general mechanical faults .
Most of these problems can be sorted out quite quickly with a pre winter heating service by calling a qualified service technician from a specialized service company that services heating and cooling equipment all year round .
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As summer is just around the corner ,it is now a good time to look at servicing your Mitsubishi Electric Airconditioning unit.
Items that require checking on your unit will range from cleaning air filters , checking condensation drains are clean as well as checking gas charge in the unit to ensure unit is running efficient .
If these items are niot checked on your unit sooner or later unit will fail and and it could be costly to repair .
The check these items correctly it is recomended that your contact us to have a licenced refrigeration mechanic to service and check your Airconditioning unit.... read more
Consumers can save money by making the switch from gas heating to reverse cycle airconditioners, a Melbourne University study has found.
Please read the attachment report from the ABC on research provided by the University of Melbourne Energy Institute, (MEI).
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Thousands of Victorian households are missing out on cheaper bills because they are not using their already installed reverse cycle airconditioners to heat their homes as a alternative to gas systems.
Please read attachment from a recent article published in the AGE news paper.... read more
HCFC-22 Gas, or more commonly known as R22, is a common refrigerant which has been extensively used in small and packaged air-conditioning equipment. R22 is a Hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFC), which has been identified under Montreal Protocol on Substances as being a gas which depletes the Ozone layer. For this reason, the import, export and manufacture of R22 and other HCFC’s has been controlled globally, with Australia adopting a gradual phase-out for some years now.... read more