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5 Home CCTV Mistakes That Can Render Your Security System Useless

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Getting a CCTV system installed can be one of the wisest home security decisions you make, and the reason it’s such an effective security measure is that it works in several ways. Firstly, it helps you catch criminals in the act so you can call the police, and secondly, it provides valuable evidence if you do suffer a theft or vandalism. Add to that the fact that cameras make an excellent deterrent and your home becomes far more secure. Read More»

Energy Savings: Reducing Your Electrical Costs in Commercial Premises

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The electrical demands in most commercial premises are high. In general, this high energy requirement is essential for running equipment, devices and appliances which are needed for normal operations. However, if expenses are not controlled, your business will experience significant losses and low profits. Therefore, you should make plans to minimise the total electricity used in your commercial space. Often, energy losses occur because of carelessness and lack of awareness. By making some changes in your practices and policies, you can reduce your electrical costs. Read More»

Why You Shouldn't Upgrade Your Home Entertainment Centre Before Thinking Carefully

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In the space of only a couple of generations, people are able to recreate in their living room something that they were only able to experience if they went to a fully-fledged movie theatre. They are able to get the latest televisions with amazing clarity, all in high definition. They are able to hook these up to powerful sound systems and even special lighting equipment, so that they get first-class entertainment every night for the whole family. Read More»

Why You Should Consider Safety Switches in Your Older Home

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Do you live in an older home? Many people are fortunate enough to live in a property that been handed down to them from a previous generation and are perfectly happy with the place. However, many older homes do not have specific safety switches installed, of the type that are now mandated by the government for new buildings. While you may not be required to have these in your current place, why should you consider installing them anyway? Read More»

Warning Signs That You Need Re-wiring in Your Building

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If you are in charge of managing a commercial building, it is up to you to keep it well maintained and safe. One of the things to pay close attention to is the electrical system. This is especially true with older buildings, which might eventually need to be rewired. Here are some warning signs that it is time to call an electrician to inspect the wiring of your building. The Lights Keep Dimming Read More»

Signs Your Heater Needs Professional Repairs

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Homeowners will usually not pay any mind to their hot water system since these units tend to be quite durable. However, your heater is a workhorse, and over time, it will develop some issues. Moreover, numerous components make up your heater, and they all need to be well maintained for optimal efficiency. It is important to know how to spot the symptoms of a declining water heater so that the underlying issues are remedied before they cause permanent damage to the system. Read More»

3 Considerations Before Organising More Power Sockets For Your New Home

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Just moved into a new home and realised that the existing power sockets are not enough to cater to the myriad of electrical appliances your family owns? You’re not the only one. With the growing number of electrical appliances and electronics in use today, it’s no wonder that existing power sockets are not adequate enough for modern needs. Consider these factors before organising more power sockets for your new home. Read More»

What Does It Mean When an Electrical Outlet Feels Warm to the Touch?

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Most people today are accustomed to the comfort and convenience that comes with using electrical devices and appliances. With reliable electricity and numerous outlets and power strips installed all over the house, no one takes the time to perform electrical safety checks. One of the necessary inspections that you should carry out is touching the outlets to feel if they are warm. An outlet that’s hot to the touch could indicate problems with your electrical system. Read More»

Find Out Why Your Car Battery Keeps Dying

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It is easy to brush it off like a fluke when your car battery dies for the first time. However, what happens when it does for the second and third time? It is a clear indication that there is an underlying problem that must be addressed. Car batteries die for various reasons. It is important to know some of them in order to protect your battery that may even harm other components of your vehicle. Read More»

Three things you need to know about solar water heating

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Solar water heating systems are becoming more and more popular because they are environment-friendly and cheap to maintain. Should you consider a solar water heating system, here are three details that can inform your choices: 1.    Solar collectors These harvest solar energy for the system. There are two types of solar collectors. Flat plate solar collectors These usually have a sealed box with a transparent cover beneath which is a dark metallic plate with the water pipes. Read More»