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  • The battle for convenience will rage on eternal. In our modern lives, smart technology has made shopping, travelling, planning and just plain living easier. This isn’t just for the joy of creature comforts; these changes have made our lives more efficient, which increases productivity, saves energy; in short, it makes society better. Air conditioning, never a technology to be left by the wayside when it comes to sweeping economic changes, has become smart. Today, we’re going to look at [...]

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    On a hot summer’s day, there’s nothing better than walking into a nice, cool building. I can attest to this, having just entered my home after a long walk in what felt like 92 degree weather. That said, it’s fun to wonder whether or not it would be possible to cool our outdoor areas as well; that way, when we’re having the family over for a BBQ, we wouldn’t have to watch Uncle Bob sweat! Outside air conditioning probably isn’t coming to your backyard anytime soon, but engineers [...]

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    Welcome back, dear reader, to the third and final part of our three part series on how air conditioning changed everything. In part one, we took a look at air conditioning’s strange origins, and how it came to play its role in society. In part two, we took a look at how air conditioning literally shaped the infrastructure of our modern society, from our buildings to our computers. Today, in part three, we’re going to look at the social and economic benefits of staying cool - the human [...]

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    Welcome back to our three part series on how air conditioning has revolutionized the way we live. Last time, we talked about the extremes people used to go to when they wanted to stay cool, how the air conditioner was invented (it wasn’t to stay cool) and how it became introduced to the average citizen. Today, we’re going to take a look at how air conditioning has shaped the very fabric of our modern society.When the southern United States was being developed, architects would build [...]

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    People will do just about anything to stay cool in the summer. One tale says the Roman Emperor Elagabalus would have slaves scale mountains to bring him ice from the mountaintops, which he would put in his courtyard, so when a breeze came through it would cool his living quarters. Centuries later, an enterprising Bostonian named Frederic Tudor began shipping insulated New England ice south, so people could cool their homes and businesses in the summer. Not so long after, in 1902, the air [...]

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    Is this the summer you have found that your home’s existing AC is no longer up to the task of keeping your house comfortable all throughout the remainder of the season? If you have come to this conclusion yet have not yet made a choice on what AC installation you should go with, the time is now—however, we discourage you from rushing and purchasing the first AC you can find!The reason we do not encourage this is that too many owners go and purchase the largest AC they may find that [...]

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    The year 2015 was the hottest year to date with 2014 coming in second, according to the NCDC.As a matter of fact, of the top fifteen hottest years reported by the National Climatic Data Center, fourteen have been within the 21st Century. All of this heat comes with severe consequences to human health and life, making the smart use of AC important. Plus, it makes an excellent AC system a worthwhile investment. Here, we list the benefits of air conditioners:They literally are life [...]

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     Traditional central HVAC systems are inflexible, unwieldy, and complicated. Most building designs are altered because of the cumbersome nature of air distribution network accompanying central heating and AC units. Ductwork oftentimes degrades the equipment’s performance because of inaccurate sizing, leakage, and accumulated dirt and debris.In contrast, ductless ACs and heat pumps thoroughly eliminate the necessity for registers and ductwork. All self-contained units include [...]

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    It’s easy to get bogged down in the details when you’re attempting to purchase a new air conditioner for your home. You have to consider the size of the unit, the name brand, the energy efficiency, and so much more. One of the most important numbers to consider is the SEER rating, but many homeowners aren’t quite sure what this number means. It’s time for you to learn a little more about one of the most important ratings that you will need to make a wise purchase decision.Are [...]

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    Your thermostat is a key part of the HVAC system because it shows you what the temperature is and communicates that to your air conditioning unit. For most people, this is a fairly small device that is mounted somewhere in the home. Homeowners spend very little time thinking about their thermostat or where it happens to be located. Unfortunately, this lack of thought could lead to more repairs on your air conditioner in the long run.What should you know about thermostat placement? Here [...]

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