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Goodbye Winter and hello to the wonderfully hot and blissful spring and summer Queensland months! It’s almost summer…. which means the days are longer, ice creams melt faster and we couldn’t be more excited for the end of year festivities to begin. It’s a pleasant time to enjoy the outdoors, make the most out of […]
Ceiling fans are a great way to stay comfortable when the temperature rises. They can work in tandem with your air conditioning to circulate cool air, or as a cost-effective alternative. At Auscan Services we bring our customers the latest information on industry products, providing customers options that best suit their properties and that align with current trends. The […]
“Can you please come out? My safety switch has tripped and I can’t make it turn back on!” This is a phrase we often hear from our Auscan customers. Tripped safety switches that don’t turn back on are a major customer concern, and a popular electrical call out we often receive. What we usually ask […]
As a family-operated business, we at Auscan Services understand the importance of safety in the home. It’s something we take seriously, and try to educate our customers on as much as possible. We’ve already prepared blog articles for you on the following topics if you’re interested in knowing more about electrical safety in your home: […]
Ever caught yourself wondering how much the average Australia household electricity bill is? We often see consumers asking this question online to their digital communities, so today we thought we’d provide some clarity on the subject! It’s important to know that there are varying types of households across Australia, and each one has their own […]
Each year in Queensland, around 70 kids under 15 years of age end up in the emergency room because of an electrical injury. More than a third are under the age of 5 years (9 ways to make your home a safe zone for you and your child). Last year, Australians across the nation were […]