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How To Recognize The Best Aircon Repair in Singapore

Aircon maintenance and repair is an issue faced by some people in Singapore. Any room or office that is not well ventilated will cause a lot of recurring problems and headache. This is simply because of the fact that they cannot work well and think clearly on the things that have to be done.

Luckily, there are several companies that provide reliable tools for repair aircon. These companies have various ways of getting the trust of their clients as they usually fix any AC unit problems in the best way possible. These servicing companies can be found anywhere in Singapore.

There are some factors you need to consider in order to find the best aircon repair in Singapore. This can be very important especially for those who are hiring an aircon repair service for the first time.

Keep in mind that your choice of a repair service provider can either make or break your future goals be it at home or in the office. If you follow the tips below, you will be able to choose an aircon repair that will satisfy your needs.

Factors to consider when looking for the best Aircon repair in Singapore

Repair cost

In most cases, the repair cost is the first thing that most customers consider. This is because of the fact that many people are looking for ways to save and avoid spending too much on repairs and maintenance.  The right aircon servicing company will do their best to ensure that you get more than what you expected.

So, it is a good idea to first check the price rate of the services offered by a company. This will help you ensure that everything is worthy of your money and attention. In fact, there are very many AC unit repair services in Singapore that offer affordable services without compromising the quality of services.

The team

It is also very important to pay attention to the reliability and dedication of each and every team. A good AC unit repair company has customer service team that answers your questions and clarify your doubts. These customer care representatives are usually able to give quick solutions to any problems that may occur during the process.

Additionally, the repair team should have experience and skills needed to resolve any AC unit problems. You need to always remember that the condition of your AC unit will affect all the things and people living inside the room. This is why it is a good idea to look for a professional.

Flexibility of the service

It is always wise to look for a company that offers a wide range of services related to the repair and maintenance of AC units. Choosing such a company will mean that you will only have to contact one company whenever your AC unit has any problems. As a busy person, I am very sure that you like to have everything done in an organized manner.

The air-conditioner repair tips above will ensure that you entrust your aircon into good hands. As you can see, you don’t have to spend a lot of money to get quality services. Do your own research and you will be able to choose a good company that will offer affordable and quality services.

History of bxscinewspaper

After seventy-five years of printing The Science Survey student newspaper solely in a paper and ink print edition and The Observatory yearbook solely as a bound hardcover, we have taken both programs online, opening up an entire new world of journalistic possibility!

Technology and journalism have increasingly migrated online in the real world, and we wish to follow suit, as our students deserve no less. Both publications will still print the way that they always do, but our online site will serve to supplement and to enrich the student journalism programs at The Bronx High School of Science by giving our students real world experience in managing an online newspaper website, in working under deadline pressure, in learning WordPress (the industry standard for websites and blogs), and in taking journalistic photographs of the highest quality. As befits a school for gifted students, our publications are legendary in their respective fields.

Over the past few years, The Bronx High School of Science yearbook, The Observatory, has won First Place Awards with Special Merit from The American Scholastic Press Association, Gold Medals from The Columbia Scholastic Press Association with additional All-Columbia Honors in Concept, Coverage, Writing, and Photography (winning the highest honors possible in four out of five categories), and First Class Honor Ratings from The National Scholastic Press Association.

These are the three most prestigious high school student journalism competitions in the country, and The Observatory has taken the top publishing prizes in all three competitions. For the past four years in a row, it has had an award-winning yearbook spread featured in Jostens’ Look Book, an industry standard design reference guide used by high schools, colleges, and universities nationwide, one of only 435 yearbooks from across the country so honored with publication in this hardcover book. For the past three years running, Mr. Thorp, the Faculty Advisor of the Yearbook Journalism program, has spoken on Nikon Digital SLR photography at the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s annual Spring Convention held on the campus of Columbia University.

Bronx Science Features Annual SINGing Sensation

For the fourth year in row, Bronx Science Wolverines exposed their creative talents in this year’s production of S!NG on March 6th, 7th and 10th. Aside from the school play and musical, S!NG is an outlet for students to introduce music, dance, and acting into the muddle of math and science events that the school regularly advocates for. S!NG allows for everyone to showcase their talent and dedication towards the arts and entertainment of the school.

Even though the snowstorm cancelled and rescheduled the show on Thursday, the students were able to go on and give their all in the performances on Friday, Saturday and the following Tuesday.

The underclassmen production, “The Spirit of Theatre,” and the upperclassmen show, “The Show Must Go On,” were both written, produced, and performed by Bronx Science Students.
The freshman and sophomores in the underclassmen show truly brought spirit to the auditorium as they broke into song in unison. They were natural even when they were in the background and didn’t have a speaking role and brought a certain life to the characters despite their limited experience in S!NG.

Aidan Gibbons ‘17 of Cast B and Nick Elkin ‘18 of Cast A, played the leading role of Mr. Fray, the drama teacher who was the head of the school productions (Each showing of the production had a separate cast). The rest of the cast would adamantly attempt to convince him that they needed an opportunity to perform their rock musical.
“I really admire the underclassmen for putting together a show surpassing expectations,” Dimple Belani ‘16 said after watching the musical on opening night.

On the other hand, the juniors and seniors put on a show that will be remembered forever with their phenomenal acting in the upperclassmen production. “The Show Must Go On” is about a student who is directing his own show; something he’s been wanting to do for a very long time. The production showcases the problems of the student director and how the problems are solved.

The songs and dances that were performed engaged everyone in the audience, including Shamira Talukder ‘17. “‘The Show Must Go On’ truly was an exceptional production. The performance of the upperclassmen was worth watching,” said Talukder.

The combination of both the underclassmen and underclassmen students’ effort made this year’s S!NG production spectacular. Now that this year’s production is over, everyone is looking forward to see what is to come next year.
The production of S!NG had everyone excited, whether it be the students or the teachers. Bronx Science English teacher and S!NG advisor Vicki McGuigan revealed that she is in love with the production herself.
“The best part of Bronx Science and S!NG is its students,” said McGuigan. “The S!NG 2015 cast and crew are so talented and they have been working really hard this year. They inspire me to sacrifice sleep and my own free time to help make this a better experience for all involved.”

Bitter-Sweet Conclusion To Boys Lacrosse Season

Bronx Science Lacrosse wasn’t much when it started–a group of students with almost no experience and cheap lacrosse sticks throwing around a ball in the courtyard after 10th period. Fast forward two years, and the now PSAL Boys Varsity Lacrosse team, coached by English teacher Barton Allen, made it to the Bowl Divison championship. Our entire season, Bronx Science Lacrosse didn’t truly have a home field. We either played at other schools or commuted to Randall’s Island, due mainly to the insufficient space at Harris Field. On May 18, though, walking into the Aviator Stadium Complex in Brooklyn, we saw students and families ready to cheer us on, giving us a taste of what a championship game should truly feel like. With actual seating for fans, announcers, and cameras, we were ready to play our final game against the Eagle Academy for Young Men. But this whole setting was far removed from Bronx Science Lacrosse’s beginnings. When lacrosse first came to Bronx Science, all it had was a group of kids who were interested in the sport and dedicated to getting better at it. It wasn’t even a team but a club. Our adviser, Mr. Allen, had played college lacrosse at SUNY Geneseo; in fact, he donated many of our first sticks himself. From these makeshift beginnings, two PSAL teams emerged: one for boys and one for girls. Soon, Benjamin Cornish, the engineering teacher, joined to coach the girls. My freshman year at Bronx Science, I was one of those earliest members of the lacrosse club and getting to the championship this spring has felt like a dream. Like the majority of the team, I had never pick up a lacrosse stick before coming to Bronx Science but when Mr. Allen put out a call for players, I decided to give it a try. The day of the final game, the weather was perfect. Every team member had relatives there to cheer us on. We ended up losing–a close game ending 7 to 5–but we gave the Eagle Academy one of the toughest matches they had played the entire year. Senior Will Erwin scored multiple times, and the team as a whole played harder than I’d ever seen. Being on the team was more than just an extra win at the end of the season, though. Although we lost the game, we lost giving it everything we had. Lacrosse for Bronx Science is in no way over.

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