Post-Flood Recovery: Using Dehumidifiers to Restore Your Home

This week's News brought reports of extensive flooding in South West England, marking yet another devastating episode caused by extreme rainfall and overflowing rivers. For far too many residents, this has become an annual nightmare—a recurring battle against destructive floods. These occurrences are going to become more frequent as our planet warms through climate change as the warming atmosphere holds more moisture, translating into heavier downpours, and so the risk of flooding increases. As well as addressing climate...

Maximising Workplace Comfort: The Power of Combined Climate Control Devices

It is important to invest in your workforce and this has been shown to improve productivity. This may mean annual salary increases, flexible working practices, or making sure that their workplace environment is comfortable. To this end, it may be that investing in climate control devices such as heaters, dehumidifiers, humidifiers, or air cleaners is required to provide your workforce with a pleasant and productive place to work. Investing in climate control systems comes with a cost, of course,...

Dehumidifiers and Energy Efficiency: Are They Cost-Effective?

Dehumidifiers are becoming popular in more homes and businesses. But how energy efficient are they? Are they a good investment and can they save you money?   In this guide, we’ll take a closer look at the energy efficiency of dehumidifiers to help you if you are considering buying or renting one.  

Why Use a Dehumidifier?

  Dehumidifiers extract excessive humidity from the air, and this has many benefits.   Humidity can be uncomfortable for people using the room. It can also lead to unpleasant...

Budget-Friendly Heating Solutions: Why Heater Hire Makes Sense

With Winter nearly upon us once again, and in the midst of a cost of living crisis, thoughts turn to ways to save money while still keeping warm during the cold months ahead. Keeping warm isn’t a luxury and is important for staff morale and wellbeing. But the cost of fuel means that more businesses are trying to find ways to keep their staff warm and their premises inviting without breaking the bank. That is why portable heaters...

How to Dry Out a Basement: A Comprehensive Guide

For homes and businesses with a basement or cellar, dampness can have a pernicious effect on the structure of the building and on the health of anyone who lives or works in these areas. Dampness occurs because the basement or cellar is below the ground level and in proximity to the soil. It is the result of: Water seepage due to the fact that basements are usually below the water table. When the ground is saturated, water can seep through...

Beat the Heat: Top Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips

Summer is here, and if you haven’t already, there’s a good chance you’ll be switching on the air conditioner soon. You want it to work efficiently to keep you cool and fresh all summer long – and that means you’ll need to carry out some regular maintenance. Fortunately, air conditioner maintenance is quite straightforward, so let’s take a look at some of the most important things you’ll need to do.  

Replace the Air Filters

The first thing to do is check the air filters...

Evaporative Coolers: The Environmentally Friendly Way to Keep Cool

In previous blog posts, we have discussed climate change and how this may impact your businesses in terms of preparing for weather extremes such as heat, cold or extreme rainfall. To maintain productivity and the health of your staff you may need to consider augmenting how you cool or heat your business during climate extremes.

Air conditioner or air cooler?

In the summer months, when heat extremes make working challenging indoors, air conditioners, fans, and evaporative coolers can be used...

The Hidden Dangers of Indoor Air Pollution: What You Need to Know

Indoor air pollution is something that affects many homes and businesses, and it refers to the presence of pollutants that we breathe in while indoors. Here are some of the hidden dangers you should know about.

Respiratory Problems

One of the more serious potential dangers posed by air pollution is the risk of respiratory problems. People with asthma, allergies and respiratory illnesses can all be affected by air pollution. This is especially true for the elderly and young or those who have compromised...

Seven Simple Steps to Reduce Indoor Air Pollution in Your Home or Office

We all spend a lot of time indoors, whether that’s at home or at work. But indoor air pollution can be a problem, affecting our health, causing discomfort and even having an impact on productivity in the office. Here are seven quick steps you can take to reduce indoor air pollution today.

1. Let Some Fresh Air In

One of the simplest steps you can take is to open the windows and let fresh air flow through the building. Fresh air circulating...

Best Heating Solutions for Your Workplace

Winter is finally on the way out, but the cold weather will be with us for some time yet. And in Scotland and the UK, we all know you can have cool mornings and evenings at almost any time of the year. As such, it’s important to have a good heating solution in your workplace and if you are budget-conscious then finding the right heater is even more important. This is especially true in the winter and early spring,...

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