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Summer Air Conditioner Preparation

If there is one time when you don’t want to have problems with your air conditioner, it is the summer. Those hot months can be miserable without an efficient air conditioning system. If you are wondering what you can do to prepare your air conditioning system for the summer, the Cleveland Jewish News takes a [...]

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When to Service Your Air Conditioner

Maintenance is a reality of owning an air conditioning system. If you want your system to work at its best, then you have to take care of it. Consider a recent article for the Owasso Reporter titled “Expert Advice: ‘How often should I have my heating and air conditioning system serviced?’” The author of the article [...]

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Getting Your Air Conditioner Ready for a Hot Summer

We have reached spring and summer is right on the doorstep. For many people, that means their air conditioners are about to go into heavy use. Knowing this, it’s important to make sure your air conditioner is prepared to last through the sweltering months. Consider a recent article for NJ.com titled “Prepare Your Air Conditioner [...]

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Air Conditioning and the American Economy

There are many reasons to do business with AC World. In addition to getting the top quality air conditioning products we manufacture, you are also supporting American business. Consider a recent article for NPR titled “Moving Air Conditioning Jobs To Mexico Becomes Hot Campaign Issue.” Marilyn Geewax of NPR writes, “Over the past month, millions of [...]

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Urban Planning and Air Conditioning

How can planning design issues affect the programming of air conditioners? Vox takes a look at this in a recent article titled “From air conditioning to urban planning, defaults and standards create dysfunction by design.” According to the author of the article, “Personal heaters are a summer survival tool for many office workers chilled to the [...]

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The Latest School Air Conditioning Proposal

The learning environment is essential to the success of students. Many schools are in discussions to improve their air conditioning because of this very reason. Consider a recent article for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette titled “Mt. Lebanon school board tables air conditioning proposal.” Janice Crompton of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette writes, “Air conditioning for Mt. Lebanon's elementary and [...]

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LA City Government Offering to Help with AC

Energy efficiency is a huge issue, especially in California. This is so much the case that the Department of Water and Power is offering to tune-up Californians’ air conditioning systems. Consider a recent article for the Los Angeles Daily News titled, “DWP to offer free air-conditioning tune-ups and upgrades.” According to the author of the article, [...]

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Heatwave Hits Lagos

Climate change is a real cause for concern throughout the world. For many, one of the symptoms is the need for better air conditioning systems. In Nigeria, a recent heatwave is demonstrating why portable air conditioning is so important. Consider a recent article for Quartz titled “An unusually intense Lagos heatwave reminds Nigerians they’re not [...]

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Getting Adequate AC in Residence Halls

Air conditioning is a major topic of discussion on some college campuses. When administrators are slow to provide their students with the equipment they need to succeed, such as functional air conditioners, then the students have to be the catalysts for change. Consider a recent article for Columbia Student News titled “Air Conditioning Coming To [...]

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Portable Air Conditioning and Heat Wave Relief

Nothing illustrates the need for quality air conditioning than a heat wave. The weather can prevent people from being productive and if they don’t have air conditioning, they could find themselves victims of something even worse. Consider a recent article for the Guardian titled “Heatwave drags on with warm seas providing little relief.” Cassie Bell of [...]

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