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The heat is on! – Air Conditioner needed!

Hurrah! Summer is nearly here. After what can only be described as endless Arctic winter, I can almost hear the people rummaging through their wardrobes, reminiscing of their last sandy beach, their last sangria and indeed their last summer holiday. Its all well and good if you are lucky enough to have that get away already planned, but for the rest of us, summer looks like its going to be a scorcher and we are going to literally melt at our desks.

We all know the scenario. Hot, very hot, sweaty, dare I say smelly offices AND staff, irritated, under pressure and feeling the burn. Not very productive and simply put, not very nice! Now I don’t want to be a miser when regarding the glorious season that is summer, but I know I’m ‘not cool’ with heat. So what can you and indeed I do to prevent a melt down at work? The answer is of course simple, hire air conditioning!

Now I understand that not everyone works in a super-duper inter galactic office that offers varying levels of thermal comfort for its dear little staff but air conditioning is not a new idea, in fact the Egyptians invented it, seriously they did, look it up! A well conditioned work force produce well conditioned work, that too is a fact. So simply put, get some air conditioning.

There is a big fat fly in the summer jam however as air conditioning is excessively expensive to install and lets face it, its long term usage over the hugely long and predictable (‘ahem‘) British summer cannot be guaranteed. So why bother buying when the most obvious option is staring us all in the face, air conditioning hire!

May 16, 2007 Posted by | Keep cool | Leave a comment

DIY: Preparation is key

If you’re embarking on a home DIY project, it’s important you hire the correct tools. Trying to ‘make do’ with the wrong tools won’t just make all your hard work look like its done by an amateur, but also can be dangerous.

It’s tempting just to use what tools you have and just hope for the best, after all buying tools you may only use once can be expensive. This is why hiring tools for DIY is such a great idea.

Before you start any DIY project, you need to ask yourself some questions:

Is this a job I can tackle myself?

Make sure it’s a job you have enough time and can do by your self. Don’t cut corners by not giving your project enough time or not using the right tools. It may be that you can do, you just don’t have the tools to do it. This is when DIY hire comes in handy.

Will I need to get some professional help and am I prepared?

Are you going to need to get some advice first? Whether you get a professional in first or ask a few questions to a DIY expert, make sure you know what your job will require, from the difficulty of the job to making sure you’ve got all the correct tools and materials.

Do I have the right equipment?

Not everyone has an extensive tool collection lying around the house. If you don’t use the correct tools for the job, it could cost you a lot more in the long run, as you will only have to fix it again later. You can hire DIY tools to save yourself quite a bit of money in your DIY job. Don’t forget to get any safety equipment you might need too.

Don’t cut corners with your DIY. Hire the correct tools you need to do the job and your DIY project will not only be easier to tackle, but will look better too.

DIY - Painting

May 16, 2007 Posted by | DIY | Leave a comment