Moreton Bay Solar Air Electrical News
Do you have a Safety Switch?
Master Electricians' research shows that 15 people are killed and 300 hospitalized every year from electric shocks at their home. In most cases, a safety switch would have prevented this.
Quick guide to buying a house with solar
Congratulations on purchasing a home powered by free, renewable energy from the sun. To help you get your head around the idea of using a solar PV system for the first time we've put together some tips on what to ask, how to get set up, and what to look out for. Try to gain as much information from
Which way should solar panels face?
Living in most places in Australia means an ample supply of sunshine during the summer, and for the northern half of the country in winter as well. While we boast about our seemingly non-stop rays all year round you can't just whack solar panels on the roof and wait for the free power to roll in.
Which is cheaper air conditioning or ceiling fans?
The short answer is ceiling fans. BUT, and there's a big but. This question is a bit too simplistic and doesn't take into account the cooling capacity, the climate you live in, your property, and many other variables which can dictate the climate control required in your home or business.
Tenant vs landlord smoke alarm responsibilities
It's often confusing as to who takes care of what in relation to smoke alarms in rental properties. Especially for those tenants and landlords new to the experienced. The Residential Tenancies Authority (RTA) sets out the responsibilities plainly so each party is clear on their roles in regard to th
What is the best place to install an air conditioner?
It's getting hot up here, there's no denying it summer is on its way. It's usually about this time of year that we start thinking about how we are going to make it through the sweltering summer days ahead. Not to mention the hot summer nights when even a sheet is too much and the ceiling fan just mo
What's lurking in your air conditioner?
If you haven't used the air conditioner since March there could be all manner of bacteria, mould and other nasties living happily on the filters, fans, and coils. When the weather heats up and you switch the air conditioner on for the first time the fan could blow a cocktail of mould spores, bacteri
Interconnected smoke alarms required for every QLD home
Updates to Queensland smoke alarm legislation announced recently by the Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services Bill Byrne will affect every home across the state by 2027. The new laws require every residence in Queensland to be fitted with interconnected photoelectric smoke alarms, either