How to Choose the Right Heat Pump

A heat pump is basically an air conditioning system that can both heat and cool a room or house.  It offers the best of both worlds by giving both heating and cooling comfort in your home throughout the year, regardless of the season. It works by extracting heat from the air outside your house and transferring it into the house, or vice versa. When buying a heat pump, you may be faced with difficulties in deciding the best option for your home. Read More 

Contaminated Soil Analysis And How It Can Affect Removal Procedures

Before you can dispose your contaminated soil, landfill operators require a analysis of its content to ensure it meets their licence criteria. The resulting classification system is based on the severity of the potential danger upon human health and the environment. The highest categories require strict hazard reduction methods before they are deemed fit for landfill disposal. Contaminated soil is caused by chemicals and/or waste material that finds its way into soil as a result of human activity. Read More 

Maximising the efficiency of your solar panels

If you have decided to make the investment in solar panels it's important to ensure that the panels have enough light to work effectively. Even at their most efficient, solar panels only work at an efficiency of 12-15% so it's important to allow them as much light as possible. Here are some issues that can reduce your panels efficiency, and what you can do as a homeowner to avoid these problems. Read More 

Factors to Remember When Choosing an Air Conditioner for Your Home

You have many options available for you when it comes to air conditioning for your home. There are portable and window units, split system units, and central units. Each has their own advantages and disadvantages, and you would do well to consider these carefully before buying a unit. You want an air conditioner to work for the space but don't want to invest in something more powerful than you need. Note a few quick tips and factors that people often overlook that will help you make your choice. Read More 

Reasons Why Hydro Mulching Is Beneficial To Your Lawn

Hydro mulch, also known as hydroseed, refers to a composition of fertilizer, water, lime, seeds and fibre. This mixture is blended into a smooth consistency within a tank. Once blended, it is then sprayed onto your yard to create a protective layer. Without hydro mulching, your newly planted lawn is not secure from the effects of soil erosion, excessive exposure to the sun and risk of being blown away by the wind. Read More