Australia

Should You Join The Rush To Heat Pump Water Heaters?

Should You Join The Rush To Heat Pump Water Heaters?  There has been a huge increase of late in Australians turning to heat pump water heaters rather than solar panels to heat their home’s water. If you are contemplating an upgrade to your home’s existing heating system, you may be juggling the same two choices […]

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Natural Stone Paving Slabs: 5 Tips For Making The Most Of Your Investment

Are you looking to lay or renovate a patio in Australia? With so many solutions to choose from, your hardest choice is deciding which surfacing you want. Whether you choose concrete, liquid limestone, brick or paving slabs, any surface will need regular cleaning and maintenance to remaining looking at its best. If you are considering […]

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Why Install Roller Shutters On Your Home?

Chances are you’ve seen the commercial buildings that use roller shutters to secure the place after all of the employees go home for the day.  And, when you think about it, they’re a smart thing to install.  After all, bad guys are smart enough to wait to break in when they know no one’s around! […]

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What’s In Australia?

I’ve always wanted to travel to Australia, but so far have never had the chance. It is one of the top destinations for migrating professionals, which I am (a professional, that is), but I’m not sure if I actually want to move there. Just a visit would be fine – for now anyway. Once there, it […]

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Bosch 2607224426 AL 60 DV 2425 230-Volt Standard Charger for 7.2 to 24-Volt Batt

Bosch 2607224426 AL 60 DV 2425 230-Volt Standard Charger for 7.2 to 24-Volt Batt

The Bosch 2607224426 AL 60 DV 2425 230-Volt Standard Charger for 7.2 to 24-Volt Batteries is for use with Bosch 7.2 to 24-Volt batteries. This particular charger will require the use of a 220-Volt power source such as household power in Europe and Australia.Features:220-Volt charger allows tool batteries to be charged on 220-Volt household currentCharger […]

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Bosch 2607225423 AL 1820 CV 230-Volt Li-Ion Charger for 14 to 18-Volt Batteries

Bosch 2607225423 AL 1820 CV 230-Volt Li-Ion Charger for 14 to 18-Volt Batteries

The Bosch 2607225423 AL 1820 230-Volt Lithium Ion Charger for 14 to 18-Volt Batteries is for use with all Bosch 14 to 18-Volt batteries. This particular charger will require the use of a 220-Volt power source such as household power in Europe and Australia. Features:220-Volt charger allows tool batteries to be charged on 220-Volt household currentCharger […]

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Bosch 2607225134 AL 1130 230-Volt Lithium Ion Charger for 10.9 to 12-Volt Batter

Bosch 2607225134 AL 1130 230-Volt Lithium Ion Charger for 10.9 to 12-Volt Batter

The Bosch 2607225134 AL 1130 230-Volt Lithium Ion Charger for 10.9 to 12-Volt Batteries is for use with all Bosch 10.9 to 12-Volt batteries. This particular charger will require the use of a 220-Volt power source such as household power in Europe and Australia.Features:220-Volt charger allows tool batteries to be charged on 220-Volt household currentCharger […]

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Makita DC18RAX230 230-Volt LXT Lithium-Ion Charger for 7.2 to 18-Volt Batteries

Makita DC18RAX230 230-Volt LXT Lithium-Ion Charger for 7.2 to 18-Volt Batteries

The Makita DC18RAX230 is an LXT Lithium-Ion 45-Minute Optimum Battery Charger. The fast charging system charges a Li-Ion 3.0 Ah battery in only 45 minutes. The built-in CPU gathers information from the battery's memory chip to determine the optimum charging method. The forced air cooling fan cools the battery to minimize charging time. Its digital […]

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Why Bamboo Floor Coverings are best in Australia

If you’re wondering about buying bamboo flooring, you should consider carefully. After all, your floor is with you all day, every day.

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Australian Merino Wool: Not Just For Clothes

It was way back in 1797 that the Merino sheep arrived in Australia. The first flock of Spanish Merino sheep landed in Australia by way of South Africa. Two British officers imported the flock where they sold them to the landowners in Sydney. A famous name of the Australian Merino wool industry was John Macarthur. […]

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