• More Than Problem Prevention: Why Air-Con Maintenance is a Must

    June 30, 2017 | by admin
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    It is a sad, common reality that people so often do not pay attention to the machines that make their lives easy and comfortable until they are broken.

    Air conditioners are a loved and vital member of the family during the sticky Brisbane summer. Often being left unused over ‘winter’, the most common causes for air conditioner problems are related to inconsistent maintenance.

    Air conditioners are just like every other machine with moving parts, they require attention and care on a regular basis. Read More >

  • Bright Spark: Tips for Interior Lighting Design

    June 15, 2017 | by admin
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    Flick the switch, a light illuminates the area, simple as that. Right?

    Well yes, and no. Interior lighting can be as simple as installing a few ceiling lights and a switch, and off you go. But for beautiful ambience, or lighting which is energy efficient, a little more planning is required.

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  • Smoke Alarms – Are You in Compliance with the 2017 Legislation?

    March 15, 2017 | by admin
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    From January 1st, 2017 the Queensland Laws for smoke alarms in residential dwellings has changed!

    Are you up to date with the changes?

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  • The Importance of RCD Safety Switches

    October 27, 2016 | by admin
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    Residual Current Devices (RCD) are first and foremost there for your personal safety. Although we may try our best to be careful around electrical appliances and power points we can never protect ourselves 100% of the time. This is where RCDs or safety switches come in handy, to give yourself extra protection against electric shocks and electrocution.

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  • Five Steps to Preventing an Electric Shock in your home and workplace

    September 9, 2016 | by admin
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    25 accidental deaths related to electric shocks were recorded in Australia in 2010. According to the Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council, 96% of these deaths were non-electrical workers and the general public as well as almost half occurred in the workplace.

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