Heat Pump Cleaning Service Tasmania Heat Pump Cleaning Service Tasmania – Sanitair® Your heat pump is working hard to keep you warm and over time it accumulates a build-up of indoor contamination such as pet dander, skin, dust, dust mites and dirt. These contaminants act as a food source and encourage the growth of mould and bacteria on your indoor coils. The indoor coils are moist and warm and the air passes over these coils to heat up and get blown into the room resulting in warm air. The contaminants are also blown into the room for all room occupants to inhale. Have you checked to see how dirty your heat pump is and if you are getting sick from the heat pump? Heat Pump Cleaning Service Tasmania – Sanitair will remove all mould and bacterial contamination that only a trained professional can reach. Your Air Conditioner could be making you, your family or your staff sick! Heat pump cleaning service Tasmania can HELP – call Sanitair™ Tasmania FREECALL 1800 130 168. Licensed and Qualified Technician Holds a Police Clearance Certificate Nationwide 12 Month Mould FREE Guarantee (Domestic and Commercial) Asthma & Allergy Friendly Reduce Energy Costs by up to 28% Improve Air Flow Extend the life of your Air Conditioner Healthy Air Conditioning. Sanitair Tasmania North Contact John Crabtree Freecall: 1800 130 168 and enter your postcode to be directed to John your local Sanitair™ Licensed Technician Email: email@example.com Website: www.sanitair.com.au Sanitair Tasmania South Contact Robert Green Freecall: 1800 130 168 and enter your postcode to be directed to Robert your local Sanitair™ Licensed Technician Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.sanitair.com.au About Tasmania Tasmania is widely known for having the cleanest air in the world, and the best scenery and the richest history compared to other states in Australia. Combined with its beautiful landscapes, warm people, delicious food and wine, Tasmania is a wonderful travelling destination, both to explire the stunning wilderness or the charming cities and towns on the island. Although it is on of the smallest states in Australia, it is not short of fascinating facts. At least one fifth of Tasmania is considered World Heritage which extends far south of Tasmania to the Cradle Mountain in the North West, and many of the remote destinations that are untouched and unspoilt are only accessible by foot. While Tasmania is known to be one of the wettest states in Australia, it may surprise some to know that Hobart is actually the second driest capital in Australia, second to Adelaide. Tasmania has a lot of thick vegetation, and some of the species found in the rainforest include eucalypts which are the tallest trees in the Southern Hemisphere and the biggest in the world. Huon pine trees located in Western Tasmania are some of the oldest living things on earth, some considered to be 2000 years old, with the organism itself existing in the region for 10,500 years. It is also home to the world’s largest surviving carnivorous marsupial, the Tasmanian devil. Officially listed as an endangered species.