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The Do’s and Don’ts of Underfloor Heating

by Greg on June 18, 2016
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If you are considering underfloor heating for your property, you will no doubt come across all kinds of information and well-meaning advice. People will tell you, on one hand, that it is the best investment they have ever made but others will tell you it is a lot of hassle for little return. There are […]

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Saving Money – Why Efficient Electric Heaters are The Way to Go

by Greg on March 4, 2015
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There is a wide range of choices available to users when it comes to heating systems. While some use gas as or petroleum-based fuels, others use electricity. Over the years, efficient electric systems have eclipsed the conventional types due to their superior quality. When buying a heating system, you always look at a range of […]

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Building a New House: Choose the Right Heating and Cooling

by Greg on July 10, 2013
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Most project builder’s standard provisions for heating and cooling in new homes are Ducted Heating Evaporative Cooling Basically the reason for this is they are low cost systems compared with other alternatives that provide systems for the whole of house. Ducted Heating I have found ducted heating provides very acceptable performance, as long as you […]

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It it worth getting a boiler in Australia?

by Chris Lang on September 20, 2011
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Just so you know, I’ve written this on previous experience having lived in colder climates, and if you live in Cairns or Darwin, I entirely understand that home heating is barely on your radar. Why would it need to be – your home’s usually humid all year round. However, the further south you go, the […]

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Keeping Your Home Warm, Efficient and Sustainable This Winter

by Chris Lang on July 2, 2011
Keeping Your Home Warm, Efficient and Sustainable This Winter

It really is freezing as temperatures drop to single digits, and the first thing we do is to turn on the heaters. In the back of our minds we are all too aware of the escalating energy costs and the large energy bill we will be receiving. Keeping your home warm, efficient and sustainable this […]

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