A Lift For Life: What To Look Out For When Choosing A Residential Wheelchair Lift

Posted on: 23 August 2016
Stairs are a perennial obstacle for wheelchair users, whether at home or in public places, and in today's highly competitive property markets, choosing to live in only single-storey homes is not always a viable option. As such, more and more wheelchair users are opting to have lifts installed in their home properties. However, if you are in the market for a wheelchair lift, take care; not every lift will be right for your needs, and you may find yourself with a lift that is too bulky for your home or too weak to lift heavier wheelchairs and users.
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Split System AC | 3 Actions To Undertake When Your Condenser Unit Fan Stops Working

Posted on: 8 August 2016
The fan running in the condenser unit of split system air conditioning is vital to emit heat from the condenser coils and draw air from outside. If you turn your air conditioning on when the fan is not functional, you could trigger a compressor failure and overheating within the unit. These issues may result in major problems over time. If you notice your fan not working, follow these actions.  Switch Off The Unit
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Enter The Step-Down Transformer: 3 FAQs

Posted on: 18 July 2016
The step-down transformer is a piece of power equipment used to lower the voltage of electric current flowing through an electric circuit.  There are several reasons why you should think of investing in a step-up down transformer the next time you think of increasing electrical safety around the residential premises. The question and answer session below explains one of these reasons and it provides a few things you'll need to know about step-down transformers.
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Three Costly Mistakes to Avoid Before Selling Your Home

Posted on: 30 June 2016
Frequently, you will hear people complain that they did not get the best deals from selling their homes. The reason is because either they did not heed the expertise of home inspectors or they were in haste to dispose off their property in a buyer's market. This article highlights some of the common mistakes that homeowners make before selling their property. These mistakes may reduce the value of your home and make it unattractive for potential buyers.
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