Top Load or Front Load - There's A Washing Machine For You!


There is some exciting technology surrounding the washing machine industry at the moment as the white goods market continues to innovate. Despite the advancement in washing technology, the biggest choice that many new consumers face is between front loading or top loading washing machines. Each has its distinct advantages and it's important to understand how each one can save you time and money down the track to make sure you make the right decision when you hand over your hard-earned money.

30 December 2016

Commercial Refrigeration: Care and Maintenance Tips for Your Walk-In Cooler


If you are in the restaurant business, one crucial investment you may consider making is a walk-in cooler. This is especially convenient for larger business who have a significant amount of perishable stock that they would want to prolong their shelf life. However, once you have invested in the walk-in cooler does not mean you neglect to give it the proper attention that it needs. Failure to do so will lead to the premature deterioration of your walk in cooler leading to unnecessary repairs.

29 December 2016

Smart Tips For Fixing Frost Build-Up In Your Freezer


The freezer is usually an essential component of your refrigerator unit that helps keep your food items preserved. However, excess ice can build up inside your freezer compartment. When this happens, you will definitely have reduced space to store your food items. More importantly, excessive frost or ice buildup inside your freezer can block the ventilation fans, which will affect their normal functioning. Fortunately, troubleshooting and fixing frost buildup in your freezer is easy.

12 December 2016

Protecting Yourself Against Fires: The Vital Equipment Every Office Should Have


Tragically, fires at homes and properties claim many lives in Australia every year. In the event of a fire at your place of work, having access to various pieces of fire-safety equipment can mean the difference between life and death. If you're a business owner, you are responsible for implementing and maintaining a variety of fire-safety measures and equipment to ensure the safety of your employees. If you're an employee, knowing how to use the supplied equipment yourself means you have the power to combat the dangers a fire can pose on your own.

8 December 2016