Top Air Conditioning Services in Singapore.

Since Singapore is hot, it is a good idea to have an air conditioner that works perfectly to ensure that your home is cool. An air conditioning unit will always provide cool, fresh air that fights the heat and makes you feel comfortable. A new AC unit can do its job perfectly for several months.

However, a new unit may stop working properly after only 6 months. When this happens, there is no need to panic as you can contact an aircon service provider to repair it. Although older units may not perform as efficiently as new AC units, it doesn’t mean that an older unit cannot be used.

In order to increase the lifespan of your AC unit, deal with any new and recurring problems. A good company will contact you and schedule a visit to provide repair and maintenance service for your AC unit. The aircon technicians will come to your home or office and fix any AC problems and get your unit up and be running again.

Since there are very many aircon service providers in Singapore, it is a good idea that you research thoroughly to find the best repair specialists that will work on your AC unit. One company that provides quality aircon services and has built the reputation as one of the best companies is SG-Aircon-Service.com.

They have been offering quality services to Singapore residents for more than 25 years. This company is popular for providing professional services to their clients. Singaporeans have recognised the company as one of the best aircon servicing companies.

The company is now on its silver year of offering air conditioner systems maintenance and repair all over Singapore. A strong client base and the expansion of their services are evidence to the high-quality and professional services provided by the company.

They work with big Singapore corporations and has a team of aircon experts they send out to do repair and maintenance systems for large AC systems used by some of the biggest Singapore companies. The company has succeeded in undertaking these big projects which show the high-level capability of their team.

They use chemical solutions that are very effective. The company knows how to use these chemicals and your safety is assured. The company repairs AC units by inspecting and completely dismantling the entire unit to determine what needs repair work with professional aircon services tool.

They also install air conditioner units in homes and offices. The company can provide these services to their clients through service packages.

Previous customers have given them a 5-star rating because of the quality services the company has provided to them. Most of these clients have enjoyed the services offered by this company and have hired the company to repair their AC units.

The company service has friendly expert technicians, provides quality services, and very responsive. Why should you feel uncomfortable because of hot air and yet they can ensure that you have fresh air in your home by making sure that your AC unit is properly installed and serviced? Contact them today and enjoy cool, fresh air.

The World of Fillory

Every summer the five Chatwin children enter a magical land called Fillory, which is ruled over by a pair of twin rams, Ember and Umber. In Fillory the Chatwins are treated as kings and queens, and time and again they rescue the creatures who live there from any threats that menace them, including the sinister witch known as the Watcherwoman.

The artist Roland Chambers has created this full-color map of the magical land of Fillory.

The first novel of the series introduces the Chatwin children, and the series’ avuncular narrator, then sends the two oldest, Martin and Fiona, to Fillory through a grandfather clock in their aunt’s house in Cornwall.

About the Author

Most people know that Christopher Plover was, along with C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, one of the founders of the modern English fantasy tradition. But many readers are surprised to learn that Plover wasn’t English at all: he was actually born in Chicago in 1885, the only child of a draper. Though not an educated man, Plover’s father was a lover of books, and the family home — which is now preserved as a museum — was full of them. He may have been disappointed when his son, having won a place at Harvard, was asked to leave the school in his second year (for what was called, at the time, “moral turpitude”) and returned to join the family business.

If so, his disappointment cannot have lasted. Christopher Plover turned out to have a solid head for numbers and seemingly boundless determination, and he built his father’s draper’s shop into a chain so large and profitable that by 1931, in the teeth of the Great Depression, he was able to retire from business entirely. Plover bought Darras House in Cornwall and adopted the manners of a grand English country gentleman. He never returned to Chicago.

Until then Plover had shown little interest in writing. But now, as a retired bachelor sequestered deep in the Cornish countryside, he began to produce the books that would become Fillory and Further. He didn’t have to look far for his main characters: every summer the Chatwin family, which included five children, took a cottage not far from Plover’s home. Their adventures, real and imagined, became the books that have delighted generations since then.

Plover’s later years were colored by the mysterious disappearance of Martin Chatwin, the eldest of the Chatwin Children, in 1935. (Plover removed him from the later books in the series.) Plover himself died suddenly in 1939, under circumstances that have never been adequately explained. Rumors of the existence of a final, sixth volume of the Fillory series have never been substantiated.

Plover did not live to see the world embrace his vision. But the dream of Fillory lives on in the hearts and minds of children everywhere. And even a few grown-ups.