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    • Ways to prevent power surges this storm season

      • Wednesday, 7th November, 2018

      Power surges during the storm season can be damaging to your ducted air conditioning system and other electrical appliances in your home. This can often lead to expensive visits from…

    • 7 easy steps to clean your air conditioner filter

      • Wednesday, 26th September, 2018

      Is the air conditioning filter sign flashing on your control panel? This means it is time to clean your filter. The filter media is inserted into the return air grill…

    • How to prevent pests from getting into your outdoor unit

      • Wednesday, 12th September, 2018

      The thought of pests creeping throughout your home can make your skin crawl, but unfortunately, they can be an inevitable problem for most owners. Rats, mice, cockroaches, geckos and possums…

    • Spring checklist for your air conditioner

      • Wednesday, 5th September, 2018

      Warm weather is just around the corner and Spring is in the air. But there are a few steps to take to prepare your air conditioning system for the temperature…

    • Supporting Operation Drought Relief

      • Wednesday, 22nd August, 2018

      At Quality Air we are committed to helping the community as much as possible in times of need. Recently we have made donations to the Rapid Relief Team for their…

    • Different types of air conditioning refrigerant

      • Wednesday, 1st August, 2018

      Currently, there are two types of air conditioning refrigerant being used in residential cooling systems. R-22 and R410A. R-22 has been used extensively in residential, commercial and industrial applications for…

    • Master warmth this winter with Fujitsu

      • Wednesday, 4th July, 2018

      A reverse cycle air conditioner is the greatest weapon against winter. Fujitsu is offering free money up to $400 with the purchase of a Fujitsu Reverse Cycle Inverter Split System,…

    • How zone control can save you money

      • Wednesday, 27th June, 2018

      It can often be difficult to get comfortable, consistent temperatures from room to room throughout the house – upstairs rooms can be warmer than downstairs, sun-facing rooms can stay hotter…