Phil Sim

Web, media, PR and… footy

I’m back, baby

So I’ve decided to re-birth my blog. After having my head down on my business and various interests of late, I’ve not had a lot of time for social networking or voicing my views on the world. However, I’ve found myself attracted to Google Plus and as my company hopefully shifts into an expansion phase, it’s probably a good idea for me to get myself out and about on the wider world web a bit.

 

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2 Responses

  1. tenis oakley says:

    Incrivel, ate mais baby

  2. John Graves says:

    A whole house fan is a type of fan installed in a building’s ceiling, designed to pull hot air out of the building. Most whole house fans force the air into the attic space. This causes a positive pressure in the attic, forcing air out through the roof vents, while at the same time producing a negative pressure inside the living areas, which draws cool air in through open windows.

    An attic fan, on the other hand, is installed at the roof level (or gable end), and it regulates the heat level of a building’s attic by exhausting hot air. An attic fan requires additional roof vents to draw in fresh air as the hot air is exhausted.

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