Archive | June 2012

ATL Appliance Tip – Get Your AC Cleaned Before the Hottest Summer Days!

Don’t wait until the heat hits…always get your air conditioner cleaned before the rush of the hottest summer days.   Your AC works the hardest during the summer months so make sure it’s in tip top condition and cooling right for your comfort.

ATL Appliance Tip : Basic Blender Safety

Always turn off the blender and allow the blade to completely stop before removing the lid and the container

Students at the Risen Messiah Test Out their new ATL Water Pump System


Students at the Risen Messiah Early Childhood Institution in Good Hope, Westmoreland test out their new ATL water pump system after it was installed on their school grounds this week. ATL donated the system to the school after reports identified that several areas in Westmoreland including Negril have been severely affected by drought.

ATL Appliance Tip: Install Ceiling Fans to Lower AC Costs

Having a ceiling fan running in a room makes it feel around four degrees cooler. Australian government studies show that setting your air conditioning temperature 1.8 degrees higher can reduce its running time by 10%. Putting both of these factoids together can save around 23% of your air conditioning costs. via The Simple Dollar

Beat the Heat, Beat the Bills with ATL’s AC Blowout Sale!


Beat the Heat, Beat the Bills with ATL’s AC Blowout Sale.  

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Risen Messiah Pump and Pressure System Installed


ATL has successfully installed its recent donation of a pump and pressure system with storage tank at Risen Messiah Early Childhood Institution in Good Hope, Westmoreland

ATL responds to Negril water woes


Assistant Deputy Chairman of ATL Ian Neita (right) explains to Mayor of Savanna-la Mar, Bertel Moore (left) and Principal of the Risen Messiah Institute, Karen Enis how the DAB pump system and 400 gallon storage tank will aid residents in Westmoreland affected by the water shortage. The system will be installed at the Risen Messiah Institute in Good Hope, Westmoreland.

Responding to the public outcry in Westmoreland of water woes, Appliance Traders Limited’s (ATL) Assistant Deputy Chairman Ian Neita has replied in tow, pledging ATL’s support to remedy the parish’s acute water shortage. “In light of the severe drought affecting residential and commercial areas in Westmoreland, ATL will be donating a water pump and storage system to assist those affected by low water pressure” Mr. Neita said.

ATL’s initiative has garnered support from Mayor of Savanna-la-Mar, Bertel Moore who immediately rallied his team to scout a location for the system, “The Mayor was right on point with us and immediately identified a central area in Westmoreland he felt would best serve the affected communities” Neita added.

In the week ahead, ATL will be installing an Italian DAB pump system, a 20 gallon pressure tank as well as a 400 gallon storage water tank at the Risen Messiah Early Childhood Institution in Good Hope, Westmoreland. “With this system, we’re hoping to ease the burden of some the affected persons and call on the NWC to maintain this resource until the piped water system is restored” said Neita.

ATL boasts a myriad of water system solution services including tanks, pressure systems as well as inverter active driver pumps which save up to 40% on energy bills.

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ATL Appliance Tip: Extra Detergent doesn’t mean Extra Clean


Extra detergent doesn’t mean your clothes will be extra-clean. Instead, suds end up carrying odors, dirt,  and bacteria higher than where the water levels inside the washer tub can reach and potentially leave a smelly residue that can transfer to your clothes in the wash. The detergent can also build up in clothes, giving them a long term dingy look, so follow the instructed fill lines on the cap or scoop carefully.