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Many Australians suffer from allergies, respiratory and skin problems associated with particulate matter and chemicals in the air. The air inside your home or office is typically two to five times worse than the air outdoors and can aggravate illness. In newly constructed homes, the allergen level can be up to 200% higher than older buildings. The average adult breathes 13,000 litres of air per day and the average Australian spends 90% of their time indoors, so it’s important to consider the air quality in your home or office. There are three classes of indoor air contamination. These are: particulates, microorganisms and volatile organic compounds. We outline each one below. Particulate matter Size: 0.3 to 10 microns (the average cross-section of a human hair is 50 microns) Examples: Mites, pollen, spores, pet dander Associated problems: Asthma, emphysema, lung disease, allergies, chronic bronchitis, constricted airways, sinus problems, mould and fungal infections particulates Microorganisms Size: Bacteria -0.2 to 5 microns; Virus -0.005 to 0.1 microns Examples: Bacteria, colds, influenza, viruses Associated problems: Influenza, common colds, tuberculosis, legionella, pulmonary disease, digestive problems Volatile Organic Compounds Size: 0.001 to gas molecules Examples: Cooking, pesticides, building materials, outdoor pollution Associated problems: Headaches, dizziness, respiratory illness, constriction of airways, fatigue, eye/nose/throat irritation Heating and Cooling Systems When it comes to choosing an air conditioning system that will not only heat and cool effectively but also purify your indoor air, we recommend an AirSmart small duct system. AirSmart’s Indoor Environment System employs a world leading purification process to clean your indoor air. Firstly, its high efficiency filtration traps particles including mould, bacteria, dust, dander and pollen. Then it neutralises bacteria, mould and viruses, and lastly, eliminates odours and volatile organic compounds. This results in up to 97% reduction of particulates and up to 90% reduction in chemical fumes and odours.

There are so many benefits to having an AirSmart small duct air conditioning system in your dwelling. Best indoor air quality
Reduce family and office sickness, eliminate pet odour, sleep soundly and clean less! Efficient operation
AirSmart’s smaller ducts result in up to 50% reduction on operating costs and are up to 300% more efficient than traditional systems. Minimal grilles
AirSmart ducts can be installed in floors, ceilings and between walls without compromising performance or aesthetic.

For more information on small duct air conditioning in Adelaide, contact Glow. We are experts in small duct systems and are always happy to answer your questions and provide a quote.

Source of content/images: AirSmart

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Are you planning to build a new home in South Australia? Now is the time to think about heating solutions for your home so that you can invest in the right heating system to suit your needs. When it comes to heating your entire home, most people immediately think of ducted air conditioning or some other form of forced air system. We’re here to tell you all about radiant heating and hydronic underfloor heating systems as an alternative to conventional forced air systems. Hydronic underfloor heating uses radiant heat to warm your home. The picture below shows how radiant heating warms the whole body compared to convection or forced air heating which primarily warms only your upper body. With forced air systems, air moves across ceilings and other surfaces, leading to high thermal losses and additional energy being consumed to make up for these losses. With a radiant floor heating system, however, the temperature of the floor surface is higher than that of the air, resulting in a more consistent and even heat throughout your home. Reasons to use radiant heating Comfort – Radiant heating maintains an even temperature with no drafts, hot spots or cold spots. This means you can enjoy fresh air in your home with no dryness or stuffiness. Radiant heating is also silent when in operation. Safety – There are no exposed flames or hot surfaces, ducts or radiators, or moving parts to worry about when you use a radiant heating system. This makes it incredibly safe for a young family. Health – Radiant heating is ideal for people with respiratory problems, allergies or asthma because there is no airborne dust or fumes, and no drafts to cause chills. Convenience – A radiant heating system uses thermostats and time switches to look after the heating system, so you can simply set and forget! They are easy to install when building, extending or renovating, and no floor or wall space is lost. There are also no pilot lights to re-light or wood to collect. Simple, convenient and effective! Economical – Our radiant heating systems have controllable zones, so it’s possible to have individual zone thermostat control with different temperatures in each zone. Thermal comfort can be achieved at lower air temperatures than conventional forced air systems, making it more economical to run. It’s also virtually maintenance free as there are no moving parts. How hydronic floor heating works Hydronic radiant heat uses tubes, water and an energy source of your choosing, making hydronic underfloor heating systems efficient enough to use as a heating solution for your entire home. Tubes or small pipes beneath the floor are used to circulate heated water throughout the area. As the water flows through the system, the heat is released. Water can be heated in a number of different ways, which means that you’ll have many energy options when choosing hydronic radiant heat:
  • Oil-fired boiler
  • Gas-fired boiler
  • Kerosene water heater
  • Gas water heater
  • Solar water heater
Some underfloor hydronic systems supplement these primary heat sources with solar energy. Choosing a solar-assisted system is environmentally friendly, and it can further reduce your heating costs. The best choice for heating your system depends on the size of your home and where it’s located. We can advise on which method will be the most efficient. A system of pipes channels water from this heating source to the pipes under different rooms of your home, which means that you can set different temperatures for different rooms. In new home installations, the pipes that run through individual rooms are put in place, and a concrete slab is poured over top. Heat from water moving through the pipe transfers into this concrete slab, which then warms the room. Hydronic heating technology is constantly evolving, especially in regard to the required water temperature needed to reach desired heating levels. Hydronic radiant heat can create temperatures that are much more consistent throughout a home. No more chills walking from your living room to your kitchen! If you want different temperatures in different rooms at different times – such as cooling off your bedroom when it’s time for bed – we can recommend a thermostat that can be programmed to do so. Efficiency of hydronic underfloor heating Hydronic radiant heat can be one of the most efficient ways to heat your home. The nature of the system limits the amount of energy that is wasted. In fact, hydronic underfloor systems can reduce your energy costs, which means that they pay for themselves over time. They can also increase the value of your home. By comparison, forced-air systems can lose so much heat through ducts that their efficiency is reduced by half. In a hydronic system, there’s significantly less heat loss. Several other factors contribute to the efficiency of hydronic heat. Since the heat comes from the floor, it can keep you comfortable at a lower set temperature than would be required for the same comfort from a traditional forced-air system. This method of heat distribution also means that the system doesn’t
have to run for as long to heat up or to maintain the set temperature. It’s especially effective in areas where forced-air heat can’t keep up with your heating needs. In addition to being installed beneath flooring, hydronic radiant heat systems can also be installed in walls and ceilings, which can help you heat trouble spots in your home. Hydronic underfloor heating systems create a uniform temperature in your home because they don’t rely on circulating air to provide warmth. This means that even the corners of your favourite rooms will be adequately heated. Additionally, you can use a programmable thermostat to set different temperatures in different rooms or at different times of the day. Programmable thermostats have been associated with both reduced heating costs and increased comfort. The efficiency of hydronic systems can be further improved by careful design and adequate insulation. We are radiant heating specialists here at Glow, and we can help you create a system that maximises efficiency and keeps your home comfortable all year round.
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Are you building a new home or renovating and considering what kind of heating system you will need? Ducted air conditioning and other forced air heating systems are some of the most popular choices for Australian home owners, however, you may like to consider radiant, hydronic or radiator heating for your home. A radiant heating system comprises either a hydronic system, an underfloor heating system, or heat pump system. The heat either comes through your flooring or via wall panels and units. Radiant heating warms your whole body and not just your upper body; no more cold hands and feet! Many people who have a radiant heating system in their home say they will never go back to a forced air system. Today we’re showcasing radiator heating. That is, radiator panels that are attached to your walls. Radiators are certainly not what they used to be and have come a long way in design and practicality. Scroll down and you will be amazed at these designer radiators. Not only do they heat your home evenly and safely, they are stylish and varied. Even temperature No more drafts, hot spots or cold spots with radiator heating! You can enjoy fresh air in your home without feeling dry or stuffy. No exposed flames Radiator heating is completely safe and can be installed in bedrooms for babies and young children. There are no exposed flames or hot surfaces to worry about, and no moving parts of ducts with a radiator heating system. Ideal for asthma sufferers Because there is no airborne dust or fumes, radiator heating is ideal for people with respiratory health issues or allergies. Another advantage is that there are no drafts to cause chills. Set and forget A radiator heating system uses thermostats and time switches to run, so you can simply set and forget! Radiators can be installed when building, extending or refurbishing, and they are so slim that hardly any floor space is lost. There is hardly any maintenance needed, no pilot lights to reignite or wood to collect. It’s a really simple, convenient and effective form of heating. Zone control Radiator heating systems allow for zone control, just like a ducted air conditioning system does. Individual zone control with different temperatures in each zone is easily achievable. It’s also more economical to run because thermal comfort can be achieved at lower air temperatures than conventional forced air systems. Also, there are no moving parts so it’s virtually maintenance free. We hope you’ve been inspired by the beautiful radiator heater designs we’ve shown you today. We would love the opportunity to assist you in finding the perfect heating system for your new or existing home. Call us on 8397 6100 or visit one of our showrooms to find out more about radiator heating or any other form of heating. The team at Glow are always happy to help!

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Are you renovating your home or building a new home? If you live in Adelaide, wood heaters are one of the best forms of heating for our chilly winters. Not only do they pump out intense heat, they can also be the centrepiece of any room and add both practical and aesthetic value to your home. Before buying a wood burner, first decide what you want the heater to do. It may help to ask yourself the following questions:
  • How much heating do I need?
  • How big an area/ how many rooms do I want to heat?
  • Will I be using other types of heating?
  • Is my home well insulated?
  • Where will the wood come from and how much will it cost?
Once you know the answers to these questions, come and see us at one of our showrooms and we will help you to match the right wood fire to your needs. What is the best size for me? It’s important to choose the appropriate size and output for your living area. Whilst the largest heating capacity may seem appealing, the air can easily become stifling if the heater is too large for your space and your room gets too hot too quickly. This also wastes fuel and your stove’s window will typically turn black. On the other hand, if you get the right sized heater for your space, the window of your stove should never turn black and will sustain the fire for 8-10 hours. Wood heaters come with a low, medium or large heating capacity. This is reflected in the size of the firebox area. If you need to heat just one large room or a small holiday home that you visit only a few times per year, a small wood stove will do. If you plan to heat an entire floor, choose a medium sized wood stove. To heat a moderate to large home or open living area in a cold climate, consider a large wood stove. The majority of wood heater manufacturers provide an indication of square feet or metres the unit will heat. What is the best type for me? Freestanding convection wood heaters provide fairly even heat throughout a room and are less likely than radiant heaters to cause burns from direct contact, however, a fireguard is still recommended. Fan forced wood heaters are usually a convection heater with a 2 or 3 speed blower. They are ideal for larger homes where air movement is a priority. Freestanding radiant wood heaters emit two thirds radiant heat and one third convection. They have very hot surface temperatures and heat your room by sending out heat in all directions. Inbuilt wood heaters are built into a heat sensitive structure within a building. Insert wood heaters are specifically designed to be installed within a masonry fireplace. They are suitable for converting open brick fireplaces and are almost as efficient as freestanding units. Pellet wood heaters burn compressed wood or biomass pellets to create a source of heat for residential and sometimes industrial spaces. They create a constant flame and require little to no physical adjustments.

What are the best wood heater brands? We stock some of the best wood heater brands based on performance, design and availability in Adelaide. These are Morso, Regency, Invicta, Stovax, Skantherm, Focus and Hearthstone. What is the best style for me? We have one of the largest ranges of wood fires in metropolitan and regional Adelaide to suit every style, taste and budget. Whether your style is modern, traditional, minimalist, shaker, classic or showstopper, we have the right wood fire for you!
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We love animals here at Glow and we’re super excited to announce that we have adopted an orphaned elephant! Meet Mukkoka, our very own baby elephant in Kenya, adopted via The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and currently being looked after at Nairobi Nursery.

Mukkoka is a 20 month old male elephant who was rescued in September 2018. Image source: Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust operates across Kenya and exists to protect Africa’s wildlife. Their projects include anti-poaching, safe guarding the natural environment, enhancing community awareness, addressing animal welfare issues, providing veterinary assistance to animals in need, rescuing and hand rearing elephant and rhino orphans.

Kiko is a 3yo giraffe, rescued in 2015. He was only 1 week old when rescued! Image source: Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

The Orphans’ Project The Orphan’s Project lies at the heart of The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and we are very proud to be involved in this small but important way. The Trust rescues orphaned species across Kenya in order to give them a chance of enjoying life back in the wild when fully grown. They rely on donations to keep the program going. The Trust engages with local people living alongside wildlife in the belief that this reduces human-wildlife conflict. They’re also focused on securing irreplaceable wilderness areas so that animals will always have space to roam.

9 year old female black rhino, Solio, was orphaned due to poaching and rescued in 2010. Image source: Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

History & Mission of Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Sheldrick Wildlife Trust was founded in 1977 by Dr Dame Daphne Sheldrick DBE in memory of her late husband, David Leslie William Sheldrick MBE, the famous naturalist and founding Warden of Tsavo East National Park. For over 25 years, Kenya-born Daphne Sheldrick lived and worked alongside David raising and successfully rehabilitating many wild species. Daphne Sheldrick recently passed away in 2018 after a lifetime of involvement with wildlife. She was a recognised international authority on the rearing of wild creatures and was the first person to perfect the milk formula and husbandry needed to successfully raise milk-dependent elephants and rhinos. Daphne’s daughter Angela ran the Trust alongside her mother for twenty years and continues the mission with passion, supported by her husband Robert Carr-Hartley, their two sons Taru and Roan, and the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Team.

Adoption certificate from The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

We are so proud to be involved in the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Orphans’ Project and urge you to get involved in the conservation of wildlife by adopting an orphan elephant, rhino or giraffe for yourself or as a gift. Donate to The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and offer life and hope to an animal in need!


Feature image credit: The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

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Recently, we have been learning a lot about what makes animals endangered and how they are classified in terms of their conservation status. Assessing conservation status is not simply about the number of individuals remaining, but the overall increase or decrease in the population over time, breeding success rates, and known threats. Below is the full list of classifications (source: Wikipedia). The official term “threatened” is actually a grouping of three categories: critically endangered, endangered and vulnerable. • Extinct (EX) – No known living individuals
Extinct in the wild (EW) – Known only to survive in captivity, or as a naturalised population outside its historic range
Critically endangered (CR) – Extremely high risk of extinction in the wild
Endangered (EN) – High risk of extinction in the wild
Vulnerable (VU) – High risk of endangerment in the wild
Near threatened (NT) – Likely to become endangered in the near future
Least concern (LC) – Lowest risk; does not qualify for a higher risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.
Data deficient (DD) – Not enough data to make an assessment of its risk of extinction
Not evaluated (NE) – Has not yet been evaluated against the criteria. Image source: Adelaide Zoo, https://www.adelaidezoo.com.au/animals/aldabra-tortoise/ Adelaide Zoo currently houses and protects many threatened animals. Critically endangered animals at Adelaide Zoo include: Cotton-top tamarin, Orange-bellied parrot, Siamang, Sumatran orangutan, Western swamp tortoise and White-cheeked gibbon. Endangered animals at Adelaide Zoo are: Australian sea lion, Ghost bat, Golden lion-tamarin, Goodfellow’s tree kangaroo, Malayan tapir, Pygmy hippo, Red panda, Ring-tailed lemur, Sumatran tiger and Tasmanian devil. There are quite a few vulnerable animals too at Adelaide Zoo, such as: African lion, Aldabra tortoise (more on this special one later!), Asian small-clawed otter, Binturong, Brazilian tapir, Giant panda, Giraffe, Hippopotamus, Hyacinth macaw, Mandrill, Quokka and Rhino iguana.
Aldabra Tortoise Recently this vulnerable species at Adelaide Zoo received some very special treatment by way of underfloor heating from Glow! The Aldabra Giant Tortoise is an ectotherm, which means they are cold blooded reptiles that don’t generate their own body heat and depend on their surroundings to regulate body temperature. Named Aonika, Adelaide Zoo’s gentle giant hatched in September 1976 at Taronga Zoo, arriving at Adelaide Zoo in July 1987. She loves to eat fruit and veggies, especially broccoli, pears and sweet potato. In the wild, Aldabra Tortoises can be found in Seychelles, north of Madagascar. They can grow up to a metre long and have hard shells made up of 59 to 61 bones covered by plates (scutes). They can weigh between 160 to 250kgs! The Aldabra Tortoise is the last of 18 species of tortoise that once flourished on islands of the Indian Ocean. They are currently classified as vulnerable and are protected, however, they do suffer from poaching and loss of traditional habitat. We feel very privileged to have been involved in such an important and fun project. Have you visited the Aldabra Tortoise enclosure at Adelaide Zoo? Imagine how lovely and warm Aonika will be this winter! If you are considering underfloor heating for your home or business, call us on 8397 6100 for expert advice and a free quote. We are one of Adelaide’s leading underfloor heating specialists with two showrooms in Warradale and Middleton.
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If you like to entertain friends and family at home, chances are your ultimate entertainer’s dream is having your very own outdoor pizza oven. Introducing the Morsø Forno Outdoor Oven, an outdoor wood heater and oven in one, beautifully designed and crafted, and excellent for cooking all kinds of food. The Morsø Forno is not just for pizza. Use it to cook a wide variety of foods: shellfish, red meat, poultry, baked cheese, pancakes, tarts, bread, in addition to the ever-popular pizza! The Morsø Forno Outdoor Oven is perfect for cooking meat and seafood at high temperatures with lots of flame, however, it is also suited to cooking dishes that require more delicacy and finesse, such as desserts. Scroll down for recipe links. Have we got you excited about outdoor ovens? Contact us today for more information.
About Morsø Danish brand, Morsø, was founded in 1853 and began making wood burners and tiled stoves in the early 1900s. Morsø produced and supplied tiled stoves and heaters to schools, churches, the railways, ministries and the Danish royal household. In 1915, Morsø became the coveted Purveyor to the Royal Court. Today, Morsø makes beautiful indoor wood heaters for your home, black cast iron kitchen equipment, and stylish wood heater accessories. In 2012, Morsø launched their first Forno Outdoor Oven. Starters You can cook all kinds of seafood and soups in the Morsø Forno, such as langoustines, oysters, mussels and fish. How about good old pumpkin soup, or kale soup with chicken meatballs? Or maybe you fancy a roast pepper salad with anchovies or lightly grilled veal tartare in chicory. So many starter dishes are possible in the Morsø Forno!
Watch Gorm cook perfect langoustines in Morsø Forno - YouTube
Find starter recipes for the Morsø Forno here and watch the video above to see Danish chef Gorm cook the perfect langoustines! Main Courses How about steak with herb butter or braised rack of lamb? Or even venison kebabs, pork belly, lamb shank, roast pork or chicken breast. You can even smoke seafood or meat in this amazing outdoor oven. All this and more can be done to perfection in the Morsø Forno. Find main course recipes for the Morsø Forno here. Desserts You could make something a little different, like apple and cinnamon flatbread, baked brie with white wine or toasted pineapple skewers. Or even baked apples, pancakes, grilled bananas or plum tarte tatin. So many ideas and uses for the Morsø Forno when it comes to entertaining! Find dessert recipes for the Morsø Forno here. Still thinking about the apple and cinnamon flatbread? Us too! Watch this video.
Morso Forno - Apple & Cinnamon Flatbread with Honeyed Yoghurt - YouTube
Pizza Are you on the lookout for the best pizza dough recipe? This could be it! Here’s a recipe from the Morsø website that makes 4-5 pizzas. Pizza dough recipe: ¼ litre cold water
20g yeast
1 tsp sugar
300g type ”00” flour or durum flour high in protein.
125g coarse ground semolina or polenta (coarse ground maize flour)
1 tsp salt
1 tsp olive oil Mix the water, yeast and sugar. The sugar gives the yeast something to live from and brings the dough to life. Then add 150g ”00” flour and 125g semola. Then stir or knead until no lumps remain. Add the salt and oil, stir again and then add the rest of the flour in two stages. If the dough feels too moist, add more ”00″ flour. Now knead for all you’re worth. The dough has to be activated, which is best done by man or girl power. After 10-15 minutes, the dough should be smooth and flexible to the touch. Make a cut in the dough and check that it is shiny inside. If so, you can relax with a glass of red wine while the dough rises to double size in the fridge. If you’re ready in good time, you can leave it to rise overnight for the best result. But even the shorter rising time will also give you a delicious base. Take the dough out and cut it into balls of about 160g. Knead the balls by folding into the same point in the ball, leaving a smooth and stretchy surface. The ball should spring back up when you press into it on top. Place the dough balls on a tray and leave them cold (preferably in a refrigerator) for an hour. Take them out so that they reach room temperature. Now they are ready to be rolled or stretched. Watch Danish chef Gorm making delicious, crispy pizza in the Morsø Forno.
Gorm makes a delicious and crispy pizza in Morsø Forno - YouTube
Fruit Do you love to serve baked or roasted fruit as a dessert? You can cook all kinds of fruit in the Morsø Forno. Watch the video below for a demonstration on roasting apricots and plums in the Morsø Forno Outdoor Oven and serving them with beautiful puff pastry discs, ice cream and toasted almonds.
Morsø Forno - Roast Apricots & Plums - YouTube
Recipes We post recipe links for the Morsø Forno from time to time on our social pages. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest to catch them! For more information on outdoor ovens, contact us or visit one of our showrooms for expert advice and a free quote.

Image and video credits: Morso

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House Rules 2019 is shaping up to be a year when renovation meets innovation, with the most amazing and inspiring home transformations we’ve seen on the series yet! We are one of Adelaide’s leading heating, cooling, solar and electrical retailers, and a proud supplier to House Rules, featuring this year in Lisa and Andy’s room.
Featured on House Rules 2019 is the Invicta Tennessee wood fire in white enamel but here are 5 other stunning wood fires that would make a statement in your home:
1. Skantherm Shaker Slow Combustion Wood Heater with Long Bench This Shaker model is a perfect balance and blend of rustic and modern. Whether it’s a Scandinavian, mid-century modern or stylish country look you’re after, the Shaker by Skantherm could be the wood heater you’ve been looking for! The Shaker has a right or left door option, short base or long bench base options, and self cleaning glass. Contact Glow – proud supplier to House Rules – for more information.
2. Esse Ironheart Wood Fire Stove The Ironheart is handmade in Britain by a team of dedicated craftsmen with decades of experience. Whether your home is in the snowfields or the Australian outback, this beautifully crafted and practical wood fire will make a statement in your kitchen or living room. Essentially a versatile wood fired stove, the Ironheart offers a large, clear view of the flames in the firebox, and provides a dependable source of heat. Contact Glow – proud supplier to House Rules – for more information.
3. Ergofocus Suspended Wood Fireplace The stunning French-made Ergofocus features a patented rotation system that allows you to enjoy your fire from any position in your room. Set in striking black steel, the Ergofocus is a suspended fireplace with high heat output. An outdoor option is also available. Contact Glow – proud supplier to House Rules – for more information.
4. Invicta Nelson Slow Combustion Wood Heater The Nelson wood fire has a more traditional look and works wonderfully well as a room divider, thanks to its unique double door design. This is another statement wood fire for your living room that ensures everyone gets a great view of the flames. Made in France, it comes with a five year warranty and a choice of bases. Contact Glow – proud supplier to House Rules – for more information.
Image source: Skantherm
5. Skantherm Elements 400 Slow Combustion Wood Heater Here’s a statement wood fire for those who love clean lines and minimalist design. Skantherm’s Elements 400 works well as an architectural feature in an open plan living space, as shown here in a kitchen/dining area. Skantherms innovative modular Elements range has won several design awards. The modules allow you to arrange and re-arrange your fireplace as you like, by adding storage modules, drawers, seating benches, and more, to your choice of wood burning chamber. The amazing Elements 400 has a unique 90º glass viewing panel and rotating burning chamber. Contact Glow – proud supplier to House Rules – for more information.
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Six generations strong, this iconic South Australian family-owned winery turns 150 this year and is celebrating with a newly refurbished cellar door, complete with seating area and mini museum! Glow had the privilege of completing the commercial electrical and mechanical work on Henschke’s new cellar door. Built in the 1860s by Johann Christian Henschke, this cellar door is one of the most captivating wine experiences in the Barossa. The beautiful stone building was once a grain barn but it has been transformed into a modern and open space. Henschke’s cellar door has free tastings, or you can sample their more iconic wines, including their famous Hill of Grace shirazin a private tasting as part of their VIP Tour. Our commercial capabilities extend beyond electrical and mechanical. We have expertise in solar power, battery and off grid storage, and LED lighting for sports ovals, car showrooms and everything in between! We congratulate the Henschke family and their team on 150 years of excellence and innovation in the Australian wine industry. If you are planning a visit to Adelaide, be sure to visit Henshcke’s new cellar door.
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Many of us prefer to heat our homes with natural gas rather than electricity. Here at Glow, we offer a wide range of heating systems, including gas ducted heating systems. Did you know that there are many rebates available to you if you’re thinking of connecting to natural gas for the first time or installing a natural gas appliance? Already connected to natural gas? From now until 31 July 2019, Australian Gas Networks is offering a $500 appliance rebate for installing natural gas heating. This offer applies to new natural gas heating appliances such as flued natural gas space heating, ducted natural gas central heating and natural gas hydronic heating. Note that this rebate does not apply to replacement appliances. This rebate applies to our gas ducted heating systems. Plus, you can claim a maximum of one $500 rebate per appliance type, so that’s up to $1500 off! There’s even a $100 appliance rebate for eligible existing home customers who install any other natural gas appliances such as: • Supplementary hot water systems or heating
• Outdoor natural gas heating appliances (e.g. gas fire pit or table)
• Barbecue
• Cooktop, oven, or combination cooker
• Clothes dryer
• Pool/spa heaters There is no limit to how many $100 rebates a connecting household can claim, however, the appliance must be fully connected for the rebate to be approved. Interested in connecting to gas? Australian Gas Networks offers free street connection to existing homes where a gas main runs past the property, plus a $500 connection bonus for new build customers in South Australia who install major heating appliances such as natural gas ducted central heating or hydronic heating, or natural gas flued space heating (e.g. decorative gas log fire or wall furnace). Each new build household customer can claim a maximum of one $500 rebate per appliance type. New build customers in South Australia may also claim a $100 appliance rebate for the installation of any other natural gas heating appliance such as: • Additional natural gas flued space heating (e.g. decorative log fire or wall furnace)
• Additional ducted central heating or hydronic heating
• Outdoor natural gas heating appliances (e.g. fire pit or table)
• Portable natural gas heaters There is no limit to the number of $100 rebates a connecting new build customer can claim, however, the appliance must be fully connected for the rebate to be approved. How do I redeem my rebate? Glow is a participating rebate supplier in South Australia so we can supply and install your chosen natural gas appliance and then facilitate rebate payments from us to you – it’s that easy! Alternatively, you can lodge your claim directly with Australian Gas Networks via their cashback website. You will need to have everything installed and connected before you lodge your claim with AGN. Approved rebates will be paid as cashback via electronic funds transfer, straight to your nominated bank account. Why switch to natural gas? • Gain total control over your cooking
• Enjoy instant, temperature controlled hot water that suits the whole family
• Warm your home to the perfect temperature
• Efficient and reliable energy for your home Why choose gas ducted heating? Gas ducted heating is the most efficient way to heat your entire house, particularly if you have high ceilings. Plus, it produces far less greenhouse gas emissions that electrical heating appliances. More about gas ducted heating. Would you like to know more about which gas appliances are most suited to your home? Contact Glow today for a free, no obligation assessment of your heating needs.

Source: Australian Gas Networks | Image credit: Rinnai

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