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Air Conditioning: Central Air vs. Window

Air Conditioning: Central Air vs. Window

Which is better – central air conditioning or window air conditioners? This question is often asked, but there isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer. In part, it depends on where you live. If you live in Maine or Montana, you might only need a/c for two weeks a...
Carbon Monoxide: What to do if Your Detector Goes Off

Carbon Monoxide: What to do if Your Detector Goes Off

Some household hazards are easy to detect and counteract: broken pipes, leaky faucets, malfunctioning air conditioners, and worn-out roofs. The most dangerous ones, by far, are carbon monoxide leaks. Since carbon monoxide (CO) is an imperceptible, highly toxic gas, it...
Air Conditioning Mistakes

Air Conditioning Mistakes

There’s a misconception that “if one is good, two are better.” If one slice of a 1,000-calorie caramel-fudge-butterscotch cake is good, two must be better. If having one credit card is good, two must be better. If having your air conditioning unit running is good,...
Humidity Indoors and What Can be Done About It

Humidity Indoors and What Can be Done About It

It’s another bad hair day. What’s going on? You scrubbed your hair in a circular motion. You blotted it dry instead of rubbing it. You even tapped into your next car payment when your stylist talked you into buying the fancy European mousse that she swore Kim...
Surge Protector and HVAC units

Surge Protector and HVAC units

The bathroom lights dim and brighten while you’re blow-drying your hair. Your computer screen flickers while you’re up against a deadline. Your air conditioner is suddenly buzzing like a cordless drill. And your television….is the little girl from “Poltergeist”...
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