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Government Support for Energy Efficient Homes

Energy Efficiency

The Australian government recently announced plans to fund $250 million towards the construction of up to 1000 energy efficient homes. Working in partnership with the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), this investment will assist in building new homes for the Community Housing Sector that meet a stringent energy rating as well as provide upgrades to… Keep Reading

Cherrypicker Available For Electrical Work In Northern Beaches

Cherry Picker Services

Many home owners on Sydney’s tree-filled Northern Beaches and North Shore will, at some time, need to have work performed on and around power lines, or have electrical work undertaken in elevated areas. One of these instances is when they need to clear foliage around the power lines on their property. Property owners are responsible… Keep Reading

Double Adapter Safety Warning

Double Adapter Warning Light

Safety in the home is a concern for everybody. There are hidden dangers in every home though, and that puts you and your family members at risk. A very simple device, one that costs less than five dollars in supermarkets, and hardware stores, could cause you or your family members serious harm. It may come… Keep Reading

Technology And The Home Of The Future

High Tech Homes

Smart technology is just starting to affect our lives, and while many are still coming to terms with smart phones, digital technology and apps, we have only seen the tip of the iceberg when it comes to digital technology and the home of the future. Imagine having your everyday life ordered and controlled by a… Keep Reading

Storm Season – Beware of Fallen Power Lines

Storm Season Lightning Damage

With the height of the New South Wales storm season approaching, now is a good time to remind those living and working on Sydney’s North Shore and the Northern Beaches of the dangers that storms bring. In particular, a reminder about the dangers of fallen power lines is timely. While bush fires during the summer… Keep Reading