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Information Number 10 About Air Conditioning.

20-Mar-2014It's Not The Heat, It's The Humidity.

Humidity control was the problem that originally spurred the need for air conditioning. Lack of humidity control in hot, humid climates, in particular, can lead to mold growth and other moisture-related problems. High indoor humidities can lead to health and comfort problems.

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Information Number 9 About Air Conditioning.

19-Mar-2014Ventilate.

An ideal air conditioner should heat, cool, clean, ventilate, humidify and dehumidify as needed to provide health and comfort. In fact the second most important objective of the original definition is to provide ventilation. Whether or not the piece of equipment we call an air conditioner provides it, ventilation is needed.

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Information Number 7 About Air Conditioning.

17-Mar-2014How To Increase Energy Efficiency?

Sealing leaky ducts may be the biggest single thing you can do to improve efficiency, but a lot of the issues mentioned above will help as well: replace dirty filters, keep the right charge and airflow, clean the coils.

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Information Number 6 About Air Conditioning.

16-Mar-2014Ducts Matter A Lot.

Another reason systems may appear not to be producing enough cold air is because of duct leakage. Duct leakage can sap 20 to 40% of the energy out of even a well-operating air conditioner, if the ducts pass outside the cooled space (this includes attics, crawlspaces and garages). Ducts outside need to be well insulated.

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Information Number 5 About Air Conditioning.

15-Mar-2014-157073096.jpgMaintain The System.

Routine maintenance such as changing filters can be handled by most consumers, but others require professional service. It’s a good idea to brush dirt and obstructions from the coils and the drains at the start of each cooling season. Depending on the system and the consumer, this may require a service call from a professional.

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Information Number 4 About Air Conditioning.

14-Mar-2014-178441128.jpgWhat Those Filters Do?

Almost every air conditioning system has a filter upstream of the evaporator coil. This can be in the return grille or in special slots in the duct system and can be a fuzzy-looking or a folded paper filter. This filter removes particles from the air stream to both keep the air conditioning system clean and to remove particles from the air.

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