When autumn sets in and those golden leaves begin to fall, there are a few general housekeeping tasks you should remember to perform. Every year, debris from plants is blown by the wind and swept up in the rain to land on your roof, in your gutters and become wedged in your stormwater pits. An […]
It is important to regularly service your heating system. If you have a ducted gas heater in your home, Twin Electrics & Plumbing can make sure you and your family stay warm this winter. While it may not be at the top of your list during the warm summer days, having your heating system checked […]
Businesses need reliable backup power to ensure they keep running in a power outage. When things go wrong in unexpected ways, nearly all of us are wiser after the event. Once the blackout has actually occurred, it seems inconceivable that we could have failed to predict and prepare for it, yet many Australian businesses fail to […]
The importance of having an expert service, supply and install an Air Conditioning, Split System or Evaporative Unit. Excellent support is an important consideration when you are planning an installation. At Twin Electrics & Plumbing, we are passionate about expert service, installation, maintenance and repairs to ensure a longer lifespan of your system as well […]
Twin Electrics & Plumbing has created a ‘how-to’ guide that will help you decide when it’s time to get a new water heater. Hot Water from the Tap has an Odd Colour to it. Water heaters are one of those appliances that you rarely give any consideration to until they break down. They can often […]
In an effort to protect lives, new laws regarding smoke alarms were passed in Queensland, taking effect on January 1st 2017. These laws, while seemingly common sense, were put into place in an effort to prevent another devastating tragedy like the 2011 Slacks Creek house fire which claimed 11 lives. Victorian law mandates that all […]
Water and electricity are everywhere in your home, but they should never combine. When water and electricity combine, even just a little bit, it can create a dangerous, potentially deadly situation. Luckily, there are things you can do to make sure these two elements never come into contact with each other in or around your home.