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Home Organisation Tips For Busy Parents

When we started having kids, I realised it was much more difficult to keep our home organised with young children running around than it was when there were only two adults in the house. Our normal routines just didn't work well anymore, and the clutter and chaos seemed to be increasing by the day. We had to change how we organised our home by streamlining our belongings, altering our daily routine and developing new habits. In time we learned some quick and efficient ways to keep the key areas in our home clutter-free. I started this blog to share our experiences of transforming our home and pass on our tips for organising your home when you have young children to look after.

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Installing a New Air Conditioning Unit? Choose A Mini Split System!

No matter what region of Australia you reside in, the erratic weather changes can make it quite challenging to maintain a comfortable temperature inside your residence. It is therefore unsurprising that most Aussie homeowners will have an air conditioning unit as a staple system in their home! However, there are numerous types of HVAC systems that you could choose, and this can make it quite confusing for some consumers. The trick to making the best decision is to identify what your primary needs are and subsequently search for a unit that will be capable of meeting your requirements. If in doubt, below are some of the advantages of choosing a mini split system when installing a new air conditioning unit.

A mini split system is energy and cost efficient

The most prominent benefit of choosing a mini split system over other types of air conditioning systems in the market is how it is efficient both cost-wise as well as energy-wise. A surprising advantage of split systems is that they do not consume as much electrical power as their other HVAC counterparts do. Thus, even when you are heavily reliant on your artificial heating and cooling, particularly during the winter and summer, you will not have a significant spike in your utility bills. Secondly, because the split system is not consuming excessive amounts of energy, you can rest assured that you are not significantly contributing to global warming.

A mini split system is not cacophonous

Although air conditioning may be mandatory for a majority of regions in Australia, it does not mean that having this system does not come with some drawbacks. A common complaint that homeowners have is how loud their units can get, especially at night when they are trying to get some rest. If you are a light sleeper, a noisy unit will translate into not having any peace of mind at home. Fortunately, alternatives such as split systems accord you the peace that you want without having to sacrifice the comfort of your home. Since these units are ductless, there is no air rushing through vents. The lack of rattling and other nuisance noises also makes this option ideal for homeowners with infants in the home!

A mini split system is space saving

An often-overlooked characteristic of air conditioning unita is how much space these systems can take up. Some units can be free standing and take up a significant amount of floor space, making the room look considerably smaller. A mini split system is one of the space-efficient units you could install. Additionally, being wall-mounted means not comprising any inch of your floor space.