What size air conditioner do I need for my guest bedroom?

What size air conditioner do I need for my guest bedroom?

 A guide to selecting the right air conditioner

Summer is here! And with Christmas just around the corner, you’re probably planning to have friends and family come and stay with you during the festive season.

It’s time to get the spare bedroom ready to welcome your guests. In South East Queensland, that means installing an air-conditioner in your guest room to ensure their comfort. But which system is right for the job?

The first thing you need to know is, it’s not simply the size of the room to consider when you’re choosing the ideal air conditioner.

That means selecting the ideal system for a guest bedroom is not as simple as measuring that you have a 3m x 3m room, which therefore needs a 2 Kw system! There are many other factors to take into account.

For example, if you have a lot of people staying in your house over Christmas, the extra body heat will put a lot of strain on your air-con.

Whether your home is insulated or not, and the type of walls, floor, and even glass it features will all make a difference to the size of unit you’ll need.

As we all know, Christmas is the time for relaxing and enjoying the odd sneaky afternoon nap! If your air-conditioner is too small for the room, while it might cope at night, it may struggle during the day.

Different ambient temperatures will also affect your air-con’s performance. On a really humid 40 degree day, will it cope? Some air conditioners can cope with extreme conditions and some can’t.

There’s also the issue of how your guests will use the room. Will the ensuite door be left open often? Is there an open walk-in bathroom or wardrobe that also needs cooling?

On top of this, not all 7Kw air-conditioners are the same. Some can pump through only 250 litres per second, while a good quality unit can do 380 litres every second. This will bring down the room to a comfortable operating temperature sooner, which means the unit is more efficient, uses less energy, and costs you less in terms of power.

Any of these factors may mean you need to install a bigger air-con unit than you anticipated.

Contact Jaric Electrical for advice on the right guest room air conditioner

Simply looking at the air conditioner’s spec sheet may not mean much to you, if you don’t “live and breathe” air conditioning. That’s why it’s so important to speak to someone who does!

Some air-cons can remove humidity out of air quicker… others have features such as allergy filters, self-clean functions, sleep mode, and timer modes.

Jaric’s experienced air con technicians will be happy to help you install an air-conditioning system that’s just right for your guest room this summer.

For an obligation-free quote call Jaric Group on 1300 452 742 or get in touch online. One of our qualified technicians will be happy to assist you.


How Jaric helped an expectant mum create a comfortable nursery

How Jaric helped an expectant mum create a comfortable nursery

Three air cons installed just before baby arrived

Brisbane mum Lisa Gibbons faced a challenge, just a month before her second baby was due. The portable air conditioners she was using just weren’t doing the job, meaning her home’s rooms were very hot and uncomfortable.

Lisa said, “It was hard to be in the rooms during the day and certainly hard to sleep at night. Not ideal when you’re eight months pregnant and counting!”

Why did Lisa choose Jaric Electrical? “I saw Jaric’s Facebook ad for their $999 summer supply and install deal,” Lisa said. “On top of that, I checked their reviews online and they were really good.”

“I called Jaric and they were able to book me in the very next week,” Lisa said. “It was a good thing too. They finished the install that day and my waters broke that evening – three weeks early!”

Making the home comfy for the whole family

Jaric electrical installed three air conditioners at Lisa’s home; one in the master bedroom and two for her boys’ bedrooms. Two of the units were back-to-back installs.

Lisa said Jaric were really helpful and provided a very good level of service. “The Jaric team were very punctual – they arrived when they said they would, which is rare for tradies!” said Lisa. “They were happy to be flexible and work around my schedule. They even asked me if I wanted a coffee!”

“Jaric stayed all day to do the installs, and made sure it looked good,” Lisa added. “The technicians were efficient and tidy – they even cleaned the walls and the floor and cleaned up afterwards.”

“I felt the install was good value for money,” said Lisa. “My baby’s happy, the kids are sleeping. The rooms are nice and cool!”

And would she use Jaric again? “I’ve already recommended Jaric to a friend by tagging them in one of their posts on Facebook!” she laughs.

Contact Jaric Group to find out more about air cons for your nursery

Jaric’s experienced air con technicians will be happy to help you install a system that’s just right for you and your baby.

For an obligation-free quote call Jaric Group on 1300 452 742 or get in touch online and one of our qualified technicians will be happy to assist you.


What’s the best temperature for a baby to sleep in?

What’s the best temperature for a baby to sleep in?

The benefits of air conditioning in your baby’s room

Though you might worry about your baby being too cold, in fact it’s usually the opposite situation that causes problems.

Since young infants can’t regulate their body temperature in the way adults can, they can be particularly prone to overheating. This makes babies vulnerable to heat rash, eczema, heat exhaustion and even an increased risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome)

The ideal sleeping temperature for your baby is between 16 and 20 degrees – ideally 18 degrees. That’s a lot cooler than some summer nights in Queensland!

All of this means that it’s a very good idea to install air conditioning in your baby’s room to ensure the ideal sleeping temperature.

Tips for a great night’s sleep for babies – and parents!

  • Develop and follow a consistent bedtime routine
  • Swaddle your baby snugly in lightweight cotton to help them sleep better and longer
  • Avoid taking your baby out suddenly from a cool air conditioned room to another area or outside. Instead, try opening the window or turning off your air con to let your baby adjust slowly to the ambient temperature.
  • Make sure the air con unit is installed where it won’t blow directly onto the baby’s cot. Ideally, ask your air con installer to position a split system up to the left or right of the cot, rather than on the opposite wall.

What’s the ideal air conditioner model for a baby’s room?

The Mitsubishi Heavy Industries SR Series of inverter residential air conditioners are perfect for keeping your baby’s nursery cool and comfortable. They feature:

  • Super quiet operation to ensure a peaceful night’s sleep for everyone
  • Allergen clear filter that breaks down the pollen, lice, and all allergens that live on cat skins etc. and deactivates them.
  • Dry operation feature that dehumidifies the room through intermittent cooling operation. No more sweaty nappies this summer!
  • On timer that automatically starts the air con just before it’s needed at baby’s bed time, so that the room is near to the set temperature at ON time.

Contact Jaric Group to find out more about air cons for your nursery

Jaric’s experienced air con technicians will be happy to help you install a system that’s just right for you and your baby.

For an obligation-free quote call Jaric Group on 1300 452 742 or get in touch online and one of our qualified technicians will be happy to assist you.


Panasonic Air Conditioning Service Repairs

Panasonic Air Conditioning Service Repairs

Got a Panasonic Air Con that needs spare parts, service or repair?

We service and repair Panasonic air conditioners.

Call Jaric Air Conditioning specialists today at 1300 452 742 and we will do our best to help you in a timely manner!

Every problem has a solutions

Did your Omega air conditioner break? Now is it just hanging there on your wall and there is nothing you can do to make it work again?

We know how difficult it can be to get an old AC back on track especially if it’s a rare brand or, even worse, it has been taken out of the market. . 

But don’t give up on your old faithful air con yet! You may have just found your solution!  

Here at Jaric Air Conditioning, we work with a wide range of air con brands, so finding the right solution to your problem is our number one priority.

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Got a Panasonic Air Con that needs spare parts, service or repair?

Panasonic Repair

Is your Panasonic AC set on cooling mode and blowing warm air? Is the filter light flashing? Or is it water, steam or smoke coming out of the outdoor unit?

This is a clear wake-up call and action is needed immediately! Don’t “snooze” this alarm as making your air con work in these conditions may be dangerous for you and your family.

What’s even more frustrating is the part when you get refused by many tradies for the simple reason that “they don’t do repairs of Panasonic air conditioners”

We’ve got you covered! 

At Jaric, we use all of our technicians’ expertise and perform any AC work you need. Your safety comes first!

Call us today at 1300 452 742 and we will do our best to help you in a timely manner!

Panasonic Air Conditioning Service

Soemtimes ago, you’ve found a Panasonic air conditioner that fits your needs and lifestyle. It interested you because Panasonic was one of the finest names around.

You make the purchase and enjoy some time of perfect working air conditioning. However, as time goes by, your Panasonic AC system is less energy efficient and at the same time it costs more to run.

It’s definitely time for a technical check! No matter how rare your Panasonic air con is, we will carefully inspect the system to be at its optimal performance.

For best results, we recommend you get your AC serviced at least twice a year in order to enjoy cooling comfort for the years to come!

A friend in need is a friend indeed!

Jaric Air Conditioning – your friend and Panasonic Air Conditioner expert


The importance of regular air conditioning cleaning for schools

The importance of regular air conditioning cleaning for schools

How kids (and teachers!) can benefit from scheduled air con servicing

Now that most Queensland schools have been fitted with air conditioning, our children can learn in a pleasant ambient temperature all year round – without sweating it out in summer or freezing in winter.

Yet without regular servicing and cleaning, school classroom air conditioners can cause additional problems through poor indoor air quality.

When a classroom air conditioner isn’t properly serviced and professionally cleaned regularly, it can begin to recirculate airborne pollutants such as bacteria, germs and mould spores that can easily be breathed in by kids and teachers.

These pollutants can seriously affect the health and classroom performance of both students and teachers alike, causing problems ranging from an inability to concentrate on classroom teaching to a substantial increase in sick days.

To avoid these problems, school air conditioners should be professionally cleaned at least every year, or in some cases twice a year, to prevent them spreading dangerous mould spores and bacteria.

 

Health problems caused by dirty school air conditioners

Recent studies have shown* that children exposed to mould in classrooms suffered more symptoms associated with “sick building syndrome”, a condition which can cause severe headaches and respiratory problems. What’s more, the problems became worse when the kids were at school, and improved when they stayed away!

Asthma symptoms in children can be triggered by breathing air that contains something the child is allergic to (such as pollens, animal fur, mould, and dust mites or cat fur), which is dispersed through the classroom by a dirty air conditioner.

There’s also some evidence that exposure to high levels of mycotoxins (toxic substances produced by fungi) can lead to serious neurological damage and even death. Even dead fungi is still toxic, which means it’s not enough to kill the mould – you have to remove it as well.

3 reasons air pollutants can be more harmful to kids

The effects of air pollution take a harder toll on children than adults for three main reasons:

1) Kids’ airways (naturally) are smaller, which means a pollutant that only irritates an adult’s airway can significantly irritate and narrow a child’s airway. This can cause asthma, wheezing, or reactive airway disease (hypersensitivity to allergens).

2) Children are more active than adults and have much more active metabolisms. That means they take in more air, breathe more rapidly, and inhale more pollutants per kg of body weight than adults.

3) Children’s lungs are still growing and don’t reach maturity until they’re about 20. That’s why repeated exposure to air pollution and bouts of asthma can limit the growth of a child’s lungs – and even predispose them to chronic lung disease.

The solution? Eliminate bacteria and mould spores from school air con

Fortunately, there is a cost-effective and efficient solution for classrooms in both new and old school buildings.

Jaric Electrical’s air conditioning cleaning services for schools will eliminate all contaminated pollutants from your classrooms’ air conditioners. We’ll help to reduce a variety of pollutants and allergens and create a healthy, comfortable environment for learning:

  • Fewer cases of asthma and symptoms of allergies
  • Better performance for kids on learning and testing activities
  • Fewer sick days and lost learning for students
  • Lower costs through fewer missed work days for teachers
  • Efficient running means lower energy costs for heating and cooling
  • Cleaner schools with less dust on classroom surfaces and in computers
  • Lower medical costs for teachers and students

Contact Jaric Electrical for school air conditioner servicing

By engaging Jaric Electrical to clean up your classrooms’ air conditioners, your staff and students will enjoy the potential benefits of cleaner air.

For an obligation-free quote call Jaric Airconditioning and Electrical on 1300 452 742 or get in touch online. One of our qualified technicians will be happy to help you.

*http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21943723

 

 


Air conditioners or air purifiers – which one is better?

 

Air conditioners or air purifiers – which one is better?

The greatest wealth is health and, as we all know, fresh air is an essential part of keeping that wealth ‘secure’. Let’s take a deep breath (pun intended) and ask ourselves which one is better: air conditioners or air purifiers? Which one is more suitable to ensure that air freshness and, thus, a healthier environment? Find out the answer in this week’s blog post.

‘The answer, my friend…’ is not blowing in the wind this time, but it can be rather found in the following paragraphs. We’ve taken upon ourselves to guide you in a concise comparison between air conditioners and air purifiers. Ready for the battle? Let’s do this!

Are you in search of expert advice on which option is best for you: air conditioners or air purifiers? Talk to our friendly team of specialists at Jaric Air Conditioning and get valuable insights today!

It’s not about the ‘what’, it’s about the ‘how’

In general, air purifiers are those systems created to specifically clear your air at home. This is possible through a filter technology allowing ionized-based neutralizers to remove unwanted contaminants from the air’s configuration. Therefore, the main benefit of an air purifier is that it improves air quality. Plus, it is especially useful in homes where owners suffer from allergies, asthma and other respiratory conditions.

On the other hand, air conditioners are more versatile and complex. These systems are designed to not only control temperature, humidity, ventilation but also purify the air. Many of today’s air conditioner manufacturers have developed air purification functions in their products, allowing beneficiaries to get access to a one-stop shop experience.

Whilst an air purifier is very specific in its usability, an air conditioner has more to offer and it does so with a plateful of functionalities.

 

What to choose, what to choose…

Imagine you are having a dilemma on what to choose for your home: air conditioners or air purifiers?

On one hand, an air purifier might help you with problems like mould spores, dust, smoke, bacteria, allergens or viruses. But, you are aware, on the other hand, that breathing healthier air doesn’t really help as long as the air is so hot and humid in the room. So, what to do, what to choose?

Panasonic Air Conditioner Nanoe GA short study case on the AC air cleansing function

Are you looking for a device that can offer all of the above? Here is a short example of an air conditioner model which has the air cleansing functionality incorporated.

The Panasonic Air Conditioner nanoe-G, named after its nano-technology, is a filtering and air-purifying system ensuring a fast air cleaning. In fact, it can eliminate almost 100% of bacteria, viruses and even bad smell with the help of 3 trillion fine particles released by the system.

And that is only the air-purifying function we’re talking about, not to mention the entire versatility of this AC. In fact, this particular model provides you with a comfortable and safe home environment at all times.

Nevertheless, the Panasonic AC is only one example of many air conditioners offering the air cleansing function. So, it all comes down to finding the best option for your needs in the end.

For your convenience, Jaric Air Conditioning experts re ready to offer you more in-depth details about air cons. Just call us at 1300 452 742 and get personalized advice and solutions for your home and business today!

Until next time, make smart choices and create yourself a completely comfortable environment!

Your friend and AC expert,

John Ricca


6 most common electrical risks at the workplace

6 most common electrical risks at the workplace

We may all have different jobs and responsibilities but we all learn about the same electrical risks at the workplace. Let’s not forget electricity is a powerful force that makes our lives much easier. That is why it is extremely important to respect it. Find out about the most common electrical risks at the workplace in this week’s blog post.

electrical riskWhat is an electrical risk?

Nowadays, electricity is essential to modern life, both at home and at work. Some employees like engineers, electricians and power line workers work with electricity directly. Others, such as office workers and salespeople, work with it indirectly. In fact, we sometimes take electricity for granted and forget how dependent we are on it. More importantly, we tend to overlook the hazards electricity poses and fail to treat it with the respect it deserves.

So, what is an electrical risk anyways? Simply put, it is everything from minor injuries caused directly or indirectly by electricity to electric shock, electrocution or even death.

Do you want to learn about electrical safety at work? Our friendly team of experts at Jaric Electrical would be happy to assist you! Give us a call today on 1300 452 742!

 

The most common electrical risks at the workplace

The most common electrical risks at the workplaceIn theory, working from the comfort of your air-conditioned office may seem perfectly safe. In practice, however, there is a significant number of dangers lurking around every turn. Here are just a few of them:

1. Faulty or damaged wiring

First of all, you should know that a faulty wiring system is extremely dangerous. In fact, loose cables or exposed wires can even cause electric shocks and fires. So, if you happen to notice this situation, have a commercial electrician fix the problem as soon as possible.

 

2. Incorrect use of extension cords

Did you know that extension cords tend to develop cracks and other faults that can eventually lead to shocks? Plus, when incorrectly placed throughout the office, they represent a major tripping hazard for the staff working there. That’s the reason you don’t really see extension cords in an office building.

 

3. Overloaded circuits

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Moreover, did you know that overloaded circuits are also one of the most common electrical risks at the workplace? If too many devices are plugged into a circuit, the current will heat the wires to a very high temperature. Plus, if the wire insulation melts, this may eventually cause a fire in the area of the overload or even inside a wall.

 

4. Improper grounding

Every electrical equipment, appliance or device must be grounded to obtain a low resistance path for dissipation of current into the earth. Ground fault current can be a huge threat to human safety, causing fires or electrical shock. Additionally, ungrounded electrical systems can be potentially hazardous to your electronics.

 

5. Loose fitting plugs

Also, be aware that loose-fitting plugs can potentially cause equipment to overheat and catch fire. This happens especially when the equipment is moved during cleaning, causing the plug to get loose from the socket.

 

6. Water spill on electrical devices

Last but not least, remember that water and electricity can never go together! If you place any electrical device near a source of water or you handle it with wet hands, this may be a recipe for disaster. This is because water greatly increases the risk of electrocution especially if the equipment has damaged insulation.

 

In conclusion, you should always be aware of all these electrical risks at the workplace. Ignoring them may cost your job or even your life.

 

In conclusion, a regular check for the potential electric hazards in your home should be part of your electrical safety checklist. With this mindset, you may actually be able to prevent many accidents from happening. Ultimately, this will reduce your stress levels and also lower your electric bill due to better energy usage. For your safety, investing in an electrician is one of the best decisions that you will make as a homeowner.

If you need any commercial electrical services, call Jaric Electrical at 1300 452 742 and get personalized advice and solutions for your business.

Until next time, always have a backup plan!

Your friend and electrical expert,

John Ricca


A quick guide to your air conditioning setting symbols

 

A quick guide to your air conditioning setting symbols

 

How familiar would say you are with your AC setting symbols? On a scale of 1 to 10, perhaps being at a level 6 is not something surprising, if we think of the hundreds of varieties of air conditioners. Well, we’ve gone the extra mile for you and tried to summarize the most important information on AC setting symbols you could possibly need. Ready, steady…what does this button do?

 

Together with the components and the keywords, it is really important to understand all the AC signs. But before diving deep into the magical world of symbols, we will structure the AC setting symbols into three main groups: the ‘essentials’, the ‘know-your-modes’ symbols and the ‘become a guru of AC setting symbols’.

 

For quick information on how to correctly use your cooling and/or heating system, call our experts at Jaric Air Conditioning and get valuable insights today!

 

The essential AC setting symbols

 

 

power Nowadays, there are many companies, in various countries, which manufacture air conditioners, each with their own characteristics. We can all agree, though, that there is one symbol entirely universal, the first most important button of all: the on/off button.

 

Let’s assume that once you’ve turned the air conditioner on, it’s automatically set to do something. Nevertheless, it should be something that best suits your needs, so for that, you have the temperature symbols: temperature

‘Know your modes’ symbols

Just like you should always know your mood, you should also know and understand your modes, your air conditioner’s modes.

auto

The Auto mode, as you most probably know, switches between the cooling and the heating mode by calculating the differences between pre-set temperature and room temperature.

The cool mode – the generic symbol used for cooling mode is the snowflake. You’re definitely familiar with it since we use it so often in Brisbane.

Heat Mode is another universal symbol in the AC with heating capacities, especially in reverse cycle units. However, you may sometimes find different versions of the Sun as a representation of the heating mode.

Dry mode – may seem a little confusing as a symbol, since it makes you think of humidity rather than dryness. But this drop is generally agreed to represent the dry mode, (insert internal link to blog: https://jaricgroup.com.au/dry-mode/) or dehumidification mode.

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Ventilation mode – the generic representation of this is the windmill. Just like the energy of the wind is converted into rotational energy, the AC works as a fan rotating the air, with no release of cool or hot temperatures.

Become the guru of AC setting symbols

If you really want to go beyond the basics (or the most relevant symbols), then let us introduce you to:

timer

On your remote control, set your timer to switch on AC after 2 hours, it will start the countdown and will trigger the compressor to begin the pre-set operation.

silent

Finally, the silent operation is an important symbol to be aware of, especially during the night.

Any AC setting symbols you have and don’t know what they mean? Call Jaric Air Conditioning at 1300 452 742 and get personalized advice and solutions for your home.

Until next time, remember we’re always here to help!

Your friend and AC expert,

John Ricca


The ultimate electrical safety checklist that every homeowner should have – Part 2

The ultimate electrical safety checklist that every homeowner should have – Part 2

Have you made your electrical safety checklist already? If not, keep in mind you and your family may be exposed to high electrical risks. A regular inspection, on the other hand, can give you the peace of mind and confidence that your property is electrically safe. Find out what else to include in your electrical safety checklist in this week’s blog post.

As previously mentioned, we believe prevention is always better than repair. For this reason, electrical safety should be your no. 1 priority, no matter what. Don’t ignore the warning signs but take care of problems in your home as soon as they come up. This way, you will avoid faulty wiring, electric shocks and other electrical risks around the home.

Do you want to create a personalized electrical safety checklist? Our friendly team of experts at Jaric Electrical would be happy to assist you! Give us a call today on 1300 452 742!

 

power points

Power points

In general, power points are considered to be an important element in your home electrical system. Also known as GPOs or socket outlets, they are the ones to make a connection between electricity and people. But every once in a while, power points can have some particular issues. If you take the time to check them regularly, it will lead to far less danger involved with shocks.

Safety switches

We all know that safety switches are meant to save livesUnlike fuses or circuit breakers, they protect the people living in the house and not just the electrical equipment. Usually, if a safety switch trips, this means it’s actually doing its job. However, if this happens too often, then you should really get your electrician to inspect it in a timely manner. So, remember to play it safe with safety switches!

 

Cooling and heating systemsCooling and heating systems

Another important thing to consider when it comes to your electrical devices is checking your cooling and/or heating equipment. Whether you own a split system or a ducted system, you should always ensure it is maintained properly. This way, it will work at its peak performance at all times while keeping the energy efficiency level up.

Electrical appliances

Finally, there are many electrical appliances in your home that, if old and outdated, are probably no longer running efficiently. This can eventually come at a major cost to the environment as well as to your pocket. Although hanging on to old appliances that still work makes perfect sense, some things such as washing machines, dishwashers and microwaves should at least be checked periodically for quality control purposes. However, if you think your old appliances is draining a lot of power to run, then it may be time for a change.

 

In conclusion, a regular check for the potential electric hazards in your home should be part of your electrical safety checklist. With this mindset, you may actually be able to prevent many accidents from happening. Ultimately, this will reduce your stress levels and also lower your electric bill due to better energy usage. For your safety, investing in an electrician is one of the best decisions that you will make as a homeowner.

If you need any commercial electrical services, call Jaric Electrical at 1300 452 742 and get personalized advice and solutions for your business.

Until next time, always have a backup plan!

Your friend and electrical expert,

John Ricca


All you need to know about the wonderful ‘dry mode’

 

All you need to know about the wonderful ‘dry mode’

 

In a world where hot air and humidity can make your life miserable, choose to use ‘dry mode’, or ‘dehumidification mode’, a common alternative term for this function. So, how can your AC give you the comfort you deserve, the freshness you should breathe and the coolness that is, as us Aussies know, your best friend in the heat of summer? Sit back and read on!

dehumidification-mode

A wise man once said – bare with me, this is actually about ‘dry mode’ – that anything which implies the attribute of ‘dryness’ must be of high quality. And, even if he was mainly talking about wines, one can still argue that ‘dry’ is often a good characteristic. Now going back to our today’s topic, using the AC’s ‘dry mode’ function is not only useful but also imperative.

 

Want to find out more about dehumidification? Talk to our experts at Jaric Air Conditioning and get valuable insights today!

 

Why is ‘dry mode’ such an essential function?

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In general, experts recommend a level of humidity for indoor environments somewhere in the range of 30%-50% relative humidity. This actually represents the amount of water vapour the air contains compared to the maximum amount it would hold at any given temperature.

Nowadays, many intelligent ducted and split system air conditioning units can offer a variety of efficient dehumidification solutions. All you have to do is get in touch with your local AC specialist and ask for further explanations regarding the ‘dry mode’.

 

Discomforts caused by high humidity? ‘Dry mode’ is your solution

high-humidity-discomfort

Obviously, there’s no wonder you’re disturbed by allergens like mould, dust mites and mildew. Remember Shakespeare’s saying? ‘All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players?’ Well, the analogy in our case would be ‘All your moist home’s a stage, and all the mould and mildew merely players’… to the extent you feel uncomfortable, with allergies symptoms or even asthma. For this reason, a simple turn on ‘dry mode’ to your air conditioner can be a game changer.

What’s more, without the ‘dry mode’ function, it’s harder for you to get cool in the unbearable heat. Why? Because your body can’t cool down effectively since humidity doesn’t let your sweat evaporate.

Furthermore, the odours that usually accompany mould and damp, the ones that can make your guests feel like they’re in a dark basement, can be avoided with the use of ‘dry mode’.

Apart from that, humidity can also affect your clothing, furniture, curtains, bedlinen and other textiles. Again, ‘dry mode’ can alleviate this issue, too.

 

Still not sure about ‘dry mode’?dehumidification-your-life

If you want a better understanding of how dehumidification can upgrade your life, our team of air con experts would be happy to assist you.

If you need any air conditioning services, call Jaric Air Conditioning at 1300 452 742 and get personalized advice and solutions for your home and business.

Until next time, make sure you always choose a licensed tradie for your air con needs!

Your friend and AC expert,

John Ricca