Dec 01, 2020 Written by Magnetite Australia
We would like to advise you of our holiday period. The head office will be closed from Thursday 24th December 2020 and reopen on Monday 11th January 2021.
Jul 08, 2020 Written by Magnetite Australia
Ever wondered why on cold mornings you see water droplets on your window? In winter, our heating systems usually mean it’s more humid indoors. Warm air holds more moisture than cold air. At night, if the indoor temperature cools down below a given point, the air inside cannot hold as much water vapour. The vapour condenses to a liquid, becoming visible on cold, non- absorbent surfaces like windows. Indoor moisture causes condensation in your home
Mar 11, 2020 Written by Magnetite Australia
Sydney is generally considered to have a mild climate which allows us to often forget how cold our homes actually get. With most homes designed to stay cool in summer it means they are very hard to heat up during winter and often inside temperatures are colder than outside in winter. Generally, the biggest culprits letting the heat escape are windows and doors which can account for up to 49% of winter heat loss. Here are some easy ways to keep your home cosy this winter.
Nov 25, 2019 Written by Magnetite Australia
Magnetite Australia exhibited its noise reduction solutions at the Australian Acoustic Conference 2019 at Mornington Peninsula, VIC this month. With the conference theme of "Sound Decisions: Moving Forward with Acoustics", Acoustics 2019 focused on a range of topics with major streams including environmental acoustics and planning, transportation noise, building acoustics and amenity.