Despite the fact that the Covid-19 pandemic has largely kept people at home, house break-ins are still happening; when you step out to buy groceries, at night when you’re asleep. Burglars are opportunistic criminals, and usually hit on easy targets.
Burst pipes or short-circuit electrical sockets are enough to give you a headache and can become more stressful when they happen during MCO/FMCO/EMCO because your regular, friendly handyman cannot attend to your problems.
In statistics released by the Fire and Rescue Department, faulty electrical sources were quoted as the No.1 cause of fire in Malaysia.
With our healthcare system being stretched and the increase of asymptomatic Covid-19 patients, home quarantine is becoming a common occurrence but what should you do when you are instructed to quarantine at home or if you are the caregiver?
As more and more Malaysians embrace the norm of working from home, they are suddenly faced with the challenge of keeping cool especially during the hot and dry months without the comfort of “free” air conditioning in the office.
Lightning is the thing you see. Thunder is the thing you hear. Now that we’ve cleared that up, here are a few things you probably didn’t know about lightning.
Sometimes your tenant may give you more nightmares than a horror flick.
Failure to stop the leak promptly could lead to more serious problems later on.
We are proud to announce that Anora is providing Workman Compensation cover to Solarvest who was appointed the Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) contractor for Malaysia’s largest long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) project for solar energy. Tesco seals largest solar power…