It is well and truly thunderstorm season in Brisbane and while nature shows off her amazing electrical displays and accompanying musical thunder rolls for us humans to enjoy, pets can get seriously stressed.
It feels like summer came early this year, and its predicted to be a hot one. So here are 3 healthy cool treats for kids this summer.
What to look for when selecting bedroom air conditioning?
Bedroom air conditioning must be quiet. In the still of the night, noisy air conditioners are at the least very annoying and can hinder a good night’s sleep.
Check the noise ratings of the brands that you are considering. Go for a brand with 5 fan speed settings and if you are sensitive to noise select a brand with indoor quiet mode. Top of the range brands like Daikin will have a DB sound rating of less than 20db on low fan speed and indoor quiet mode.
I look pretty cute but I am one of the biggest causes of air conditioners to break down. You see I like very warm places to snuggle into so I find sleeping on the electronic printed circuit board very comfortable. The only problem is that my body causes the printed circuit board to short circuit (fail) and ends my life prematurely. Not good for your air conditioner (repair cost around $500) and of course not good for me. I am going to let you into a little secret. I hate the smell of moth balls and I hate the smell of lanolin and I am not a fan of rVicks Vapour Rub.
Here is what to do if you are not using your air conditioning for a few weeks (or longer).
Temperatures are dipping in Brisbane and with the arrival of winter people are looking for efficient and cost effective ways to heat their home. Compared to regular heating options, reverse cycle split system air conditioning has a range of benefits which we discuss in our latest post. As Brisbane’s premier supplier of Daikin split systems air conditioners, Crown Power can find a system that will work for you not only this winter, but throughout the entire year.
If you are considering ducted air conditioning and wonder if the equipment will fit in your roof space (the space between your ceiling and your roof) then here are a 2 simple checks: