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The temp is heading north

Posted on Thursday, November 12, 2015

 

There is much talk about Australia being affected by the El Neno but does this mean for you.

It could mean that we are heading in for a long hot summer. This means hotter than normal days and nights.

We are all aware that climate change is a buzz word and there are those who will argue weather or not it’s real.

There is little doubt that weather patterns are changing. Droughts in Queensland and Northern NSW followed by extensive flooding, these are not what one expects.

The recent wild storms across SA dropped over 36mm in Sedan within an hour and Cleve received 61mm in 24 hours.

A tornado was spotted near Murray Bridge a common sight in parts of the US but certainly not the norm for SA.

Apart from trying to reduce our use of carbon there isn’t a lot that the average South Australians can do except endure. Many of us are fortunate to live

In air conditioned homes, work in air conditioned environments and drive air conditioned cars however unfortunately all these emit carbon in one form or another.

The type of air conditioning you use in your home will have an effect on the amount of carbon you emit. Evaporative air cooling units are far more environmentally friendly that Refrigerated Recycled Cycled Systems and Seeley International as SA based manufacturer are leaders and innovators when it comes to Evaporative Air Conditioning systems.

If do choose a Refrigerated Recycled Cycled System then select one that uses less power. Top brands like Panasonic produce systems Ducted Refrigerated Air Conditioning that more efficient and therefore are less of a drain on power.

All major electrical items carry an energy star rating label. Gas Works are air conditioning experts and can advice you on the best system to suit your home.

Chances of warmer days and nights increase over southern Australia

Posted on Tuesday, October 20, 2015

From the Bureau of Meteorology

Daytime temperatures for October to December are likely to be warmer than average across the southern half of Australia, extending into central Queensland.

The good news is if you hurry you can still get $200 cash back on Breamar or Breezair ducted evaporative systems.

Cash back ends 30th October.

For more information click here

New S.A Ducts are top of the class!

Posted on Thursday, March 19, 2015

 

New product reduces energy bills and improves climate control efficiency.
Gas Works have recently established a new partnership with South Australian company DUCTAIR

for the supply of quality air conditioning delivery components for their Ducted  Reverse Cycle, Ducted Evaporative and Ducted Gas Heating products.

Ductair’s Energy Smart System has been independently university tested and proven to dramatically improve the air conditioning efficiency. The Energy Smart system can almost double the capacity of a reverse cycle air conditioning  system, saving up to 45% on annual running costs and substantially reducing greenhouse emissions.  

In addition, Ductair delivery systems carry a 20 year warranty and the ducting insulation is rated R1.5, well above the accepted industry standard of R1.


Mr Chadd Stevenson, Managing Director of Gas Works Modbury, has been installing air-conditioning for over 20 years and is delighted by the prospects of the new partnership. “I’m excited by the opportunity to sell and promote a fellow South Australian success story” he said. “Ductair is an excellent product which fits perfectly with our quality ethos and our commitment to globally recognised SA brands like Breamar and Breezair.  Here we have South Australian businesses working together which is great for SA and most importantly great for our customers”. 

Mr Stevenson also noted “We hope to soon announce a retro-fit program so that people with existing systems in their homes will also be able save on running costs”.

For more details contact your local Gasworks store

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