With Storm Season approaching, we have compiled some tips to ensure you and your home stay safe this summer.
During storm season in Brisbane, clogged gutters are some of the most common culprits of damage to
property. Ensuring your gutters are clear of debris is a key factor in safeguarding your house.
Full gutters can cause drainage problems resulting in an overflow of water escaping onto your property; and eventually can cause the gutter to fall off due to the weight of the water.
Full gutters can also cause the water to become stagnant creating the perfect breeding ground
for mosquito larvae to hatch. Stagnant water can also cause an unwanted odor.
Water pooling can also cause your gutters to prematurely rust.
If you believe that your gutters might be blocked or the gutters in your rental property are blocked, please email : firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can potentially arrange for this to be attended to. PLEASE NOTE: Please do not climb on ladders to assess the gutters.
If you have any trees on your property (even ones that don’t directly hang over your home),
ask yourself these questions:
Does it appear that the branches need to be pruned?
Is there a large amount of deadwood on these trees?
Do any trees appear to be unstable?
Are there any trees/branches growing into POWER LINES?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, please CONTACT email@example.com so that we can have a professional address the issues, ensuring you and your family stay safe this summer.
Important Updates and Contact Numbers
It is very useful to keep a list of emergency contacts, including the SES and Energex, in the case of a fallen powerline or power outage. The Bureau of Meteorology also has great updates on any weather patterns that could affect you, visit bom.com.au
Did you know that we can help businesses reduce their energy costs and environmental footprint by providing financial solutions for energy efficient equipment to suit a variety of business needs?
Finance options are available to assist with the purchase of energy efficient assets including:
Solar Storage and Standalone Technologies
Energy Efficient Solutions including Lighting
Hot Water including Hybrid Systems
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Assets can be installed in both owned and leased premises, with finance structured to maximise the cost savings to your business.
We are also seeing lenders deliver incentives designed to encourage the purchase of eligible vehicles that reduce emissions. The list is extensive and not just limited to hybrid or battery operated vehicles. Similarly, plant and equipment that reduces emissions by 20% could also be eligible.
Potential savings may be significant, so exploring these options with your broker as part of your purchase decision could well be worth your time.
Our brokers constantly monitor lender products and changes, including energy efficient finance. So the next time you need business finance tailor-made for you, give us a call and we’ll take you through all the options.
Victor Larder, Astute Financial
Astute Financial Management Pty Ltd | ABN 59 093 587 010 | Australian Credit Licence Number 364253. AIW Dealer Services Pty Ltd | ABN 59 153 322 420 | Australian Financial Services Licence Number 414256