Chandigarh – The Beautiful Garden City of Northern India

Planning a trip to India? Welcome to the city of gardens – Chandigarh – states capital and a Union Territory*. Chandigarh, designed by the famous architect Le Corbusier, is a rare example of a seamless blend of modernisation and the nature’s preservation. Apparently it is the only city where the two entirely opposite concepts – serenity and city – come together to add to the beauty of the city.

Trees and plants are an equal part of the construction plans as the buildings and roads. Keeping up to its name of ‚The City Beautiful‘ country’s first planned city, built in 1953, is a rich, prosperous, spic and span, green city which boasts of various gardens and parks that not only add to the greens of the city but also helps in keeping the pollution levels in check.

Some of the best and famous gardens in Chandigarh are as follows. These gardens are a must visit for anyone and everyone.

1. Rose Garden

Zakir Rose Garden, Asia’s largest rose garden, is spread across area of 30 acres and boasts of 50,000 rose-bushes with 1600 varieties of roses planted in a beautifully carved out lawns and flower beds. ‚Smell the roses‘ is an apt description of what you can do here. In fact the collection includes not only natural varieties but also many hybrid varieties cultivated through tissue culture.

And some of them are rare varieties of rose. Beautifully manicured lawns with the heady fragrance of roses make it an ideal spot for picnic or romantic getaway for the couples. The garden was planned and conceived in 1967 under the expert guidance of Dr M S Randhawa because of his prolific interest in horticulture and fondness for flowers and is named after India’s president Zakir Hussain.

The best time to visit this garden is between February and March. The famous Rose festival is celebrated here with a great pomp and show either in February end or beginning of March. It is touted as one of the biggest celebrations in the city and more than 20,000 people visit this festival.

2. Pinjore gardens

Also known as Yadavindra gardens, Pinjore gardens lies on the foothills of lower Shivalik ranges and is 20 kilometres from Chandigarh and 15 kilometres from Panchkula. One of the most popular and fascinating Mughal gardens makes for a perfect picnic spot with manicured lawns and the weekends are the best time to visit these gardens as the fountains are switched on and the lights reflecting on the palaces makes a beautiful picture.

The gardens boasts of flagged pathways running to the outer reaches of the creeper covered wall and various trees like Palm, mango, shapely cypresses, and dense groves of trees give a mysterious look to the garden.

The garden was designed by Nawab Fadia Khan – foster brother of Aurangazeb the Mughal emperor – and kept the design on the classic Charbagh pattern with a water body in the centre. After the death of Fadia Khan the garden was neglected until the Maharaja of Patiala (Punjab) Yadavindra Singh restored the gardens to its present glory hence the name Yadavindra gardens.

3. Garden of fragrance

Chandigarh’s garden of fragrance is a must visit garden of the city and is located at the southern side of Hibiscus garden in sector 36. Famous for its distinctive aromatic and fragrant plants, the garden boasts of plants like damask rose, Queen of the night, Motia, Champa, Haar Shingar, Hennaand varieties of Jasmine. Owing to its fragrant plants and green manicured lawns the garden of fragrance is a fabulous picnic spot. There are tracks for the fitness freaks to enjoy their walks or daily workouts.

4. Chandigarh Bougainvillea Park

Chandigarh Bougainvillea Park, celebrated for its colour and beauty, the variety of bougainvillea, attracts tourists from all over the country and world. The garden brags about 65 different types of bougainvillea in various hues and colours which is a mesmerising sight.

Situated in sector 3 Chandigarh, the park was first opened to the public in 1976 and has been captivating the tourists‘ attention since then. Beautifully enshrouding the bowers, arches, pavilions, and arcades are creepers comprehensive area in the park. The celebrated bougainvillea show is organised here to celebrate the beauty and variety of bougainvillea.

Enthralling the visitors since it was first opened to the public the park is a pride of Chandigarh.

5. Terraced flower gardens

Located in the sector 33, Chandigarh — the terrace garden was set up in 1979 covering the area of 10 acres. Lighted musical fountain is the main attraction of this garden. The popular annual Chrysanthemum show is held here. With some exquisite varieties of flowering plants the atmosphere is tranquil and residents are often come here to enjoy the cool breeze and to feast their eyes on the surrounding beauty.

* A Union Territory is a sub-national administrative division of India, in the federal framework of governance. Unlike the states of India, which have their own elected governments, union territories are ruled directly by the federal government; the President of India appoints an Administrator or Lieutenant-Governor for each territory.

Cast Iron Radiators Back in Fashion

Cast iron radiators are an increasingly popular home improvement. An otherwise plain and boring household item is transformed into an objet d’art, creating an instant and stunning visual effect. This is an easy and cost effective improvement to your family home.

It is usual to have radiators attached to a heating source as a means of heating a house and these are generally flat white panels that take up wall space. Often hidden behind sofas or other furniture, these panels are purely functional, simply heating the room when the boiler is on and rarely given a second look.

It is now becoming fashionable to install cast iron radiators, and make a feature of an otherwise utilitarian object. With a wide range of designs, and a size exactly matched to your room’s BTU requirement, these ethereal and sophisticated radiators add much more than just value to your home. Cast iron radiators have been around for nearly two hundred years and fell out of fashion in the 1970s when the trend was very much for plain and square rooms. Victoriana and Edwardian features were removed in their droves from family homes to go with the trend at the time. This meant a lot of cast iron radiators went to the scrap yard.

With today’s fashion being more about making your house into a home, it becomes important to include objects of beauty and the radiator is now in focus as the next home improvement. After all, why have a plain white flat panel when you can have a sumptuous and stylish objet d’art? Available in many styles, these authentic reproductions of the Victorian and Edwardian designs can range from the pure and simple lines of the Princess Cast Iron Radiator to the elegant decorative finish of the Daisy Radiator.

The Daisy design first originated in France in the 1890’s and was particularly popular in the Parisienne circles where ornate was the fashion to have. Depicting an elegant floral pattern from the foot to the crown, this radiator is now a popular addition to stylish homes.

The Cherub design is also highly regarded as ‚a la mode‘ due to its intricate pattern which includes flowing lines, cherubs, lions and dragons.Any of these elaborate radiators can be finished in any colour paintwork, or highlighted to bring out the amazing details. These also look stunning when left as a polished finish.

If ornate is not your scene and you are looking for the beauty of a cast iron radiator without the ‚fussiness‘ then look for the Princess or the column radiators. These can either be painted in any colour that you chose, or highly polished to give an eye-catching detail to your home. The column radiators also come in a wide range of heights allowing them to be used in almost any situation; the small ones might fit below a low windowsill, the tall ones might fit between a bath and a hand basin. The flexibility of size and design means that you do not have to compromise on your heat requirement, or BTU, for your room.

Bathrooms can also be given the ‚ornate radiator make-over‘ by purchasing a towel rail specifically made to your exact requirements. The towel rail can include ornate or column sections to match the rest of your home, and these sections can be painted or finished in any way that you wish. You can design a towel rail that is unique to you, and enjoy the gentle and long lasting heat effect of cast iron.

Traditional Designs include on their website a helpful BTU calculator to enable you to design the radiators you need for each of your rooms. They also offer a home visit service so that you can appreciate the quality and elegance of these cast iron radiators and see how good these will look in your own home.

Cast iron radiators have the benefit over flat panels of not just beauty, but also of heat dissipation. Being of a much denser mass than the thin steel of panel radiators, these retain the heat and dissipate it over a much longer period after the heating source has been turned off. Effectively, they have a much flatter heat curve and heat a room more gently and for longer than a flat panel.

The installation of a cast iron radiator is a simple job for a plumber, especially if it is a straightforward replacement of a flat panel. It is just necessary to ensure that the size of your new cast iron radiator will fit into the space vacated by the flat panel. To complete the look, Traditional Radiator Valves supply a range of superior valves, hand made in the UK and honed from solid brass.

The Buckingham Major Thermostatic Radiator Valve range is the latest design in valves to compliment cast iron radiators; the quality of these valves is unbeatable. It is only by comparing a Traditional Radiator Valve with an imported cast brass valve that you can appreciate the enormous difference in quality.

The thermostatic mechanism works smoothly without that grating feeling, the wheels are crafted from walnut instead of being plastic, and the weight of the valves indicates the solidity of the design. These valves are built to order to cover any installation layout, and any sized pipework. Available in manual or thermostatic, depending on the room in which they are to be installed, a cast iron radiator would not be complete without a tastefully designed valve set to finish the look to perfection.

Once the cast iron radiators are chosen and installed, not only will your home be the envy of your friends and neighbours, but you will notice the heat generated from the radiators continues to warm the room for some time after the boiler has shut down. The new look that it gives to your home also improves its resale potential.

Faced with two similar properties, one with flat panels and the other with stylish cast iron radiators, a potential buyer will, more than likely, chose the more elegant and sophisticated home. So not only are you making your home a more beautiful place to live, with a smoother and gentler heat curve; you are also improving your chances of moving up the property ladder if and when the time comes.

Cast Concrete Molds – The Secret to Inexpensive Home Improvement

In today’s economic climate and depressed real estate market, a lot of people are improving their existing home rather than buying a new home. Likewise, those who do need to sell even in a down-market are spending money making their home as attractive and easy to sell as possible.

There are many ways of improving the visual appeal of real estate. Landscaping and improving the exterior look of a structure are certainly among the most effective. This is where manufactured stone and concrete stone molds come in.

What is manufactured stone? It’s man-made stone created in special concrete molds. The process can be used to make floor tile, stone veneer, statuary projects, decorative concrete, steppingstones and many other types of stone easily and inexpensively right at home or in a shop. Learning how to do it isn’t difficult, and it’s something homeowners, do-it-yourselfers and certainly craft persons or landscapers can easily handle. Getting perfect results takes practice, of course, but even beginners quickly get the hang of it.

Why make stone when you can buy it? Because using cement molds to make cultured stone is far less expensive, because manufactured stone weighs less, and because there is a huge selection of craft molds and cement colors for just the type of stone you want.

Stone made at home costs from barely more than a quarter to 60 or 70 cents per square foot, depending on the thickness desired. That’s a fraction of what real stone costs. Yet, after a bit of practice, most people get results that look indistinguishable from the real thing.

That’s because the molds are made from real stone and thus have the same texture and patterns as real stone. For natural stone, molds use various sizes and patterns so that there is no repetition. Even for things like brick or tile, good molds will imprint the little differences and imperfections real bricks and tiles have. The result is a natural look virtually indistinguishable from real stone.

Will manufactured stone last? Definitely. The concrete mix used for the process results in stone and tile that can last hundreds of years. That even applies to stone being used in extreme temperatures with frequent freeze-thaw cycles thanks to special concrete mixes that include air-entrainment agents. Cement sealers and paver sealer also help ensure durability.

Why does manufactured stone weigh less? The concrete used for making the stone doesn’t weigh less, but you only need to make manufactured stones and stone veneers as thick as you want them to be. That way, you get the natural stone look, but at far lower weight than using real stone.

How can you get the coloring and surface of real stone when you use just cement and concrete? That is where special concrete color and sealers come in. Depending on the intended use and look, these materials are mixed in, or applied to the surface, resulting in natural colors and looks ranging from rough surfaces all the way to high gloss and sheen.

Using manufactured stone is the secret that can transform an ordinary-looking property into one that stands out, increasing value and functionality all at once.

Adding New Kitchen Cabinet Hardware to Your Home

Today’s kitchens have become a central entertainment point in American homes. Small wonder, given the fact that open kitchen plans make preparing and sharing food and good times, all in one place, such a joy.

With the increased use of the kitchen as a gathering spot, it’s more important to give your kitchen the same personality as the rest of the house. Adding new kitchen cabinet hardware can do the trick, easily and relatively inexpensively. New kitchen cabinet hardware will not only give your kitchen an update, but with the right hardware, make it easier to access your cookware, dishes and flatware along with all your essential ingredients.

Thanks to the boom in the home improvement industry, there are literally thousands of choices out there, not only in local home improvement stores, but online as well. Choosing new kitchen cabinet hardware is easy, but there are some things you should know.

First, you want your new hardware to match the overall style and décor of your kitchen. For example, if you have shaker style cabinets, ones where the frame is raised around the outside of the cabinet face, your new kitchen cabinet hardware should be casual, country or perhaps French.

That said, there’s plenty of room for your personality to shine through in the hardware. One way is to select knobs, pulls, handles and other hardware that is themed. For instance, you can go with a lovely look of Tuscany, with its warm colors of terra cotta, yellow and gold. Or you can go with a crisp white and blue porcelain for all your new kitchen cabinet hardware.

If you really want to go all out with your new country kitchen hardware, consider making all the hardware have a decorative theme, such as seashells, starfish and other nautically inspired designs. Or go country with handles that are horseshoes with back plates of running horses.

Finally, you want to think about the finish of your new kitchen cabinet hardware. Again, there is an endless variety, from copper and brass to brushed stainless, nickel, wood or porcelain. You can also go with glass knobs and handles, giving your kitchen a turn of the century look.

One of the great things about all the choices out there is that you can try before you buy. In other words, you can buy several that you like, install them on your cabinets and live with them for a while.

Another good strategy is to shop online for new kitchen cabinet hardware. While the home improvement folks have a limited supply of hardware aimed at the mass market, online retailers can carry more unusual styles and a wider variety. Virtual shelves have their advantages. Another bonus is that you can use the built-in search engines to narrow your search. Since there can be literally thousands of choices, this is an added benefit.

Once you find ones you like, you can order a few and try them out, just as if you bought some at your neighborhood store. Find the ones you like, try them out, then place your complete order. This will also help you double check fit and comfort before you commit to changing out all your hardware.

The good news is that new hardware can be one of the easiest ways to give your kitchen an entirely new look. For very little money, certainly when compared to replacing the cabinets themselves, you may just find that changing out the hardware is all you need to do to turn a kitchen into entertainment central, a place for friends and family to gather, share good food and good times.

19 Amazing Furniture Designs to Make the Most Out of Tiny Apartment Space

Push Back The Walls Of Your Small Living Space with These Effective Space Saving Furniture

Many people have to live in small spaces, especially in the big cities like New York. But living in a small space does not necessarily mean that you cannot make use of great designer furniture that will save huge amounts of that precious space, making a far more usable and viable living area out of a small apartment.

1. Modular Kitchen:

The modular kitchen by Fevzi Karaman is perfect for anyone who has ever tried to live in a loft efficiency unit. The bright tasty apple green cube is so sleek that you may at first think it is an iMac product, until you slide out the table top to reveal a kitchen sink, small stove top, dish rack, and trash can.

For those who need space in a one room loft, the modular kitchen is the perfect condenser. It will even make living in mum and pop’s basement a snap as you become self-sufficient in seconds.

2. Fix It on the wall furniture:

Want to add your own personal touch to a cramped apartment? Try Fix It on the Wall. When hung, the items can be placed into molds to create a contemporary piece of art that can beautifully adorn your wall with your own stylish touch.

You can even choose the color, print, and texture of the tiny removable plug in pieces. Once guests arrive you can amaze them when you take the wall fixture down and remove the pieces to form a coffee table complete with four cushions tea style. [Decorating Walls]

3. Matroshka Living Concept:

The thought of fitting your belongings into a tight city loft may daunt you, but if the designers of the Matroshka Living Concept are successful you will have no need to fear a move that involves a downgrade in space.

The Concept room is able to practically give you a minimalistic but sleek apartment in just over 43 square foot. While you may be thinking this is not much space, when available room is utilized according to the concept plan you can fit in seats for 12, office workspace, double bed, dining table, sofa, and a wardrobe all in one area. With sleek color accents it almost looks more sophisticated than a small living space solution.

4. Fusion pool & dining table:

Many people cannot justify spending a large amount of money on a billiard table that they only use for gaming. The pool manufacturers used to address this problem, by making pool tables convertible into ping pong tables as well, but with the economy diving, even the ping pong table cannot justify the expense.

Enter the fusion pool and dining room table: a table that you can eat off of while you are not playing. As an added benefit, when transformed into a dining room table you can hardly even tell that the Aramith pool table hides a full sized billiard table underneath.

5. Roel Verhagen-Kaptein Three in One:

Not sure how many people are going to show up at your house for the pre-party tonight? Or do you like the idea of a love seat for your loft, but need a sofa for when it is you plus one?

Sounds like you may need the new Roel Verhagen-Kaptein Three in One. This comfortable plush furniture piece can be modeled into a chair, lounger, or a love seat, and the best part, instead of being a hard metal or plastic you get all the comforts of sinking into your furniture!

6. Foldable Swiss Furniture:

For those who relocate frequently hiring a moving service or dissembling furniture can get old quick.

However, with the Foldable Swiss Furniture moving becomes ten times easier as bookcases can be literally pushed into a foldable package of only 24cm that weighs 31kg. [Creative Book Shelves]

When fully extended again the distance between shelves can be individually arranged to measure anywhere from 33cm to 28cm.

7. Bedup:

For those in a one bedroom loft lack of privacy is always an issue as no one wants their bed to be the first object of notice when guests walk into the room.

Behold: The Bedup, much like it’s counterpart from the eighties that folded into the wall, retracts back into the ceiling and its bottom can even be made into a lighting installation making your room brighter and classier in one easy go [Bedroom Lighting Techniques].

This way you can have a double bed and space without worrying about an Inspector Clouseau moment when you become trapped between the wall and bed.

8. Studio Dror folding chairs:

Usually when you buy folding chairs to use in your home the only choice you have while not using them is to stack them in the corner or hide them in the closet.

The simple fact of life is that folding chairs are obtrusive non-flexible items that usually take up space more than they ever help create seating solutions.

Or, at least this was true before the stylish flexible wooden Studio Dror folding chairs. These elegant Chinese wooden delights can be unfolded instead of folded, perhaps denoting a new name choice, and hung on the wall for simple tasteful decoration that looks as if it was there as part of an home interior design accent instead of a chair!

9. Kenchikukagu:

Most people have heard of minimalistic design, but the Kenchikukagu apartment set takes it to an entirely new level. For about $7500 a piece you can purchase three cabinets that each fold out into a bedroom set, office space, and kitchen area.

Thus, you can choose to unfold each cabinet as you need it and fold them all up when you want to maximize the amount of space in your home. Even better, the cabinets have wheels so you could essentially put your kitchen away in the coat closet if you want to clear space for guests!

10. One Shot Stool:

Need a folding chair that you can really tuck away when you are not using it? Sounds like you may need the Belgian creation the one shot stool.

Unlike its hard unyielding counterpart that takes up space and advertises its bulky presence while not in use, the one shot stool neatly spirals up into a small parcel that is perpendicular and can be placed in an umbrella rack for safe keeping until you need it again.

As well as a great piece of space conversation furniture, the one shot stool may easily become your favorite new toy or trick to pull out at parties.

11. Obelisk Chairs:

One of the reasons that most people avoid purchasing folding chairs when they are short on space is because they hate the visual look of folding chairs.

Not to mention that while being space conscious, the metal items are also pretty uncomfortable for any extended period of time where you have to remain seated. This is why designer Janus et Cie came up with the Obelisk chairs.

Visually appealing and comfortable, when not in use the chairs and table can be stacked into a missile like shape and stored in the corner. It may look odd, but it certainly looks like a purposeful abstract oddity which is of course half the charm.

12. Foldout couch:

There are mattresses that fold out of couches to provide you with a place to rest your head if you are short on space in your loft, and then there are literally beds that fold out of couches such as the Flou fold out which is impressive from the first site.

This elegant bed gives the appearance of a modern bed as the mattress is extended from a pile that makes up the sofa seat to look so much like a bed your house guests will never notice that you

13. Creative wedge:

Technically when you go on break your time is yours to spend how you like, so why not buy a piece of office furniture that also allows you to use it as you like.

The Creative Wedge is made up of sturdy yet supportive and comfortable foam pieces that can be rearranged around the color coded wedge to allow you to change positions from sitting to lying, to lying with your feet down or up, to lounging with your head down or whatever else you can think of.

Wonder if the designers at Brightside Design had to count their testing time as a break time?

14. Electric chair:

No, this clever design is not straight out of a jail cell, but rather is a design in which a comfortable plush chair can be rotated onto its back much like a porch swing to reveal a stove and kitchen counter.

Perfect for lofts that lack kitchen accommodations and for those who want to be truly comfortable in the kitchen! Careful though, because what you drop into the corners of the cushion may impair cleanliness of your kitchen!

15. Casulo:

Similar to the idea of the Modular Kitchen, the Casulo is a large bright yellow square that unfolds to reveal all the elements you could need to create an entire bedroom. The box measures in at the small dimensions of 80cm x 120cm that fits a desk, three stools, a bed, six shelf bookcase, and an armoire.

By the way, the mattress for the bed also fits inside. It is estimated by designers Marcel Kings & Sebastian Muhlhauser that the bedroom in a box set can be built and disassembled in ten minutes with no tools required.

With the Casulo and the Kitchen Modular in compact form in the corner you could easily transform your apartment into a nightclub complete with a bar and dance floor if you like!

16. Computer Desk Bed:

If you like the feeling that you leave the office when you leave work, the computer desk bed may not be for you.

However, for those who are trying to maximize their space or for college students who only have dorm room space to work with the computer desk bed could be ideal.

In desk form, the stylish wood desk sits firmly against a wall, but at nighttime the desk folds down to allow a hidden twin sized bed to pop out.

However, a word of caution, this desk may be only for lighthearted people, seriously, as the metal joints may not be enough to support heavier people.

17. The Biombo Chair:

Need some temporary chairs in your apartment that will not take up space when your guests are not around? Try the Biombo Chair by Daniel Milchtein Peltsverger.

The chair seat is built over hinges so that when you pick it up and unlatch it the seat folds down and forms the perfect folding screen also known as a Biombo.

You can even etch your own personalized design into it, if you want people to believe the Biombo screen was really intended to be a chair and not just something you use to block the windows due to the lack of curtains.

18. Transformable Table & Chair:

The Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde of furniture, the transformable table and chair set is actually two metal chairs that can be bent into a shape with a table like surface and interlocked to give you a surprisingly wide table space to work off.

Thus, you can use the chairs for extra guests or as a buffet table if you need more room for your serving options! The choice of course is always up to you, and an extra perk, the chairs can be stacked on each other while not in use to minimize the space they occupy when you do not need a table or chairs.

19. Lunablocks Lego Furniture:

Apparently if you have the money your childhood dreams can come true as you can literally build your furniture out of LunaBlocks which bare a strong resemblance to Legos.

With a plan of glass or a nice pillow you can easily create furniture that is straight out of Legoland, and the best part is if you need the space you can just stack the furniture in the corner, literally.

10 Property Maintenance Tips That Can Save Landlords Money

As a landlord, you will find that you are usually responsible for the majority of the costs relating to property maintenance and repairs. However, there are number of things which you can do in order to help keep these costs to a minimum.

If you have bought a property as an investment, then you won’t want to spend more than your tenants are paying you in rent to carry out repair work. With this in mind, here are ten property maintenance tips which can save landlords money.

  1.  Electrical inspections – It is well worth having a qualified electrician carry out electrical testing at least once every ten years. This will help to make sure that wiring and circuits are safe, and help to prevent any electrical fire hazards. If you are supplying any electrical appliances, then these should be safe when tenants move in to a property.
  2.  Check detectors – Even after an electrical inspection, you will still want to ensure that the smoke detectors within your property are in good working order. Should a fire occur, this can be key in helping to minimise the damage by raising the alarm as quickly as possible.
  3.  Gas appliances – Similarly, your property maintenance responsibilities are likely to extend to the gas appliances which you supply as the landlord. A safety check carried out by a CORGI registered tradesperson should be carried out annually to provide you with a gas safety certificate (CP12).
  4.  External foliage – Whilst you may not be responsible for general garden upkeep, you may find that you need to prune any plants or branches which grow up or on to your property. Without regular maintenance, such greenery can cause moisture damage and invite unwanted insects into the property.
  5.  Grouting – Over time, grouting between kitchen and bathroom tiling can crack or decay. This may seem like a small problem, but if ignored it can lead to substantial water damage, which tends to prove costly.
  6.  Roofs and chimneys – Roofs should be checked for loose tiles and moss, whilst chimneys will need to be professionally cleaned once a year in order to ensure that they are kept clear of bird nests and creosote.
  7.  Drains – A routine inspect ion of drains and gutters doesn’t take long, but it can help to spot any debris that needs clearing. Failure to carry out this quick check can lead to water damage.
  8.  Pest control – Even if your property does not suffer from a rodent problem, you will want to look out for signs of damage caused by smaller pests such as ants and termites. It can prove expensive to rid your property of such pests after prolonged infestation.
  9.  Paint – Paint isn’t purely a cosmetic touch – it can actually help to keep a property free from rot and damp. If you’ve noticed that the paint on your property has started to peel, then don’t put off repainting until damage has occurred.
  10.  Heating and air-conditioning – If you have a heating or air-condition system installed in your property, then this should also be inspected at least once a year, whilst filters will need to be replaced more frequently. This will help to ensure that such systems are able to run safely, as well as efficiently.

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