Is Your AirCon Haunted? 👻😱

Is your Aircon Haunted? 👻😱

Win a FREE Air Con Exorcism Value $145.00*

Is your air conditioner starting to look like the inside of a Haunted House?  Are you hearing unusual scary, spooky and ghostly noises coming from inside?  Are you frightened to open the front door not knowing what evil lurks inside?  Can you smell strange and unpleasant odours that remind you of a decomposing corpse? ☠️ ⚰

Has all your healthy and cold air packed their bags and moved out leaving only hot air, rodents, cockroaches and lizards to call your aircon home?

This Halloween🎃 Sanitair is going to send one of our professional Air Conditioning Ghost Busters 👻 to a home or business for FREE to evict all evil.

No More Scary Noises, Ghoulish Smells and Hot Air.

Your air conditioner will look as new and deliver Clean, Fresh and Great Smelling Cold Air.

All you have to do is Like our Facebook page, tell us about your scary air conditioner or share a photo of your haunted aircon.

The scariest aircon story or freakiest photo will win as judged by the Sanitair office staff.

Conditions Apply. Entries Close Midnight Friday 3/11/17

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How much does your air conditioner cost to run?

With energy prices at an all-time high, this is the question on everyone’s minds.

On hot days we all turn on the air-con trying to keep cool, yet some of us don’t due to high energy costs and not knowing exactly how much more it will cost to keep us cool.

How much is it actually going to cost to use your air conditioning?  A lot less than what you might think.



The average reverse cycle air conditioner in a medium sized room (36sqm) costs $0.36 – $0.70 per hour to run on the cool setting.

A domestic ducted air conditioning reverse cycle system draws the most power, using an average $2.45 – $3.45 per hour to run.

It doesn’t have to cost the earth, if you manage it correctly you can keep your house cool by following the Tips on keeping your house cool and using the air conditioner when you need it the most.

The air conditioner coils, if contaminated cannot effectively cool down the air that passes over them resulting in the system working harder and setting the temperature lower to get the desired cooling effect.  This means you will be using more energy to cool the room down and also recirculating the contamination back into the room.

The harder the aircon works, the more energy it will use.  Lowering your temperature setting will increase your energy usage.  Ergon Energy estimates every one degree cooler in the summer months can add 10% to the electricity usage that the air conditioner uses.

See the energy savings you can make by making small changes to your air conditioning temperature settings by using ERGON air conditioner running costs calculator

A Sanitair HVAC Hygienist can effectively remove contaminants and ensure 12 months mould free guarantee on your indoor air conditioning coils. Saving you money and improving your indoor air quality.  Call your local Sanitair HVAC Hygienist 1800 130 168.

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Queensland Government plan to enforce aircon cap of 26 degrees during hot days.

The weather conditions for summer are expected to be higher than average and heatwaves are a given for Queenslanders.  The government may enforce consumers to keep air conditioning during these HOT summer days set on 26°C to avoid the large-scale blackouts across the region.

Although Government’s Energy Security Taskforce’s Summer Preparedness Plan Brochure states: “ Our power stations are ready to generate 11 445 MW of electricity to meet the peak demands of summer, which is more than the predicted peak demand of 9790 MW”.

The brochure also recommends “During a heatwave, residents may be asked to manage electricity network stress by changing air conditioners to 26 degrees or above and using cooling only in occupied rooms during peak hours. This helps us manage demand and mitigate the risk of load-shedding occurring”

How the plan will be enforced is not clear, limiting power supplies is likely to become a reality a high power usage continues over summer.

The trial for ‘demand management’ scheme is already underway in Victoria, offering consumers incentive payments to volunteer to cut their power in return for credits on the energy bill. The trial scheme scheduled to be launched in December 2017, comes as Australia’s energy market operator revealed both Victoria and South Australia face an increased risk of energy shortfall over the next decade.

Consumers need to be prepared for this summers predicted heat waves and have their air conditioners professionally cleaned by local licensed Sanitair HVAC Hygienists, so that they are more energy efficient and can provide a cooler indoor environment without using as much energy as a dirty air con.

A cleaner air conditioner can improve airflow and energy by up to 28%.  Call your local Sanitair HVAC Hygienist 1800 130 168.

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Have You Met Australia’s Biggest Bogan?

Our friendly Sanitair Central West NSW Technician Johno has!  The Big Bogan in the town of Nyngan stands proud with his mullet, stubbies, singlet and a Southern Cross tattoo. A fishing enthusiast, this five-metre tall icon stands with his fishing rod, his catch of the day and an esky at his thonged feet.

Proud to be an honorary bogan for the day, licenced Sanitair HVAC Hygienist Johno recently visited Nyngan, a pleasant country town located on the Bogan River, on the edge of the outback. Taking the opportunity to share the Sanitair Award Winning experience with some of the 2,000 plus population Johno spent the day in Nyngan cleaning and sanitising air conditioners for his customers and now their air conditioners are running, smelling and looking as new.

Where will you send our Sanitair Technicians next?

All Sanitair Technicians are locally owned and operated, working in and supporting their local communities. All Sanitair Technicians carry $20 million public liability insurance, are police checked and authorised to work with children and the vulnerable.

If you cannot locate a Sanitair Technician in your region call Sanitair head office on our Free Call number and press O when prompted. We will have our nearest technician contact you.

Sanitair Australia FreeCall:  1800 130 168

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