Do you want to know about Air Conditioning? Here are some frequently asked questions.
1. Air conditioning: Like it or hate it?
I love AC. I love being cold. I have the windows open in the dead of winter. I really do not know why- maybe it's my Scandinavian blood, maybe it's a hormonal imbalance
2. Ice Block in Air Conditioning?
First thing is to turn off the unit outside and leave the blower running inside as your coil is also a solid brick of ice, run the blower for a few hours and keep checking the air vents as you will notice an increase of air flow as the coils defrost. You could have a couple of problems, one could be that your coil is dirty which is preventing the proper air flow which will ice up the coil or you have low freon. Hope this helps Bill
3. does a dog need air conditioning?
ummmmmm i dont think they know what it is
4. Heat spell and no air conditioning?
Hi. You can buy good used window ac's in the want ads of the newspaper. Have a cool, cool summer. edit: Fans do not remove the heat, only move it around.
5. Air conditioning 12 entire stadiums?
Have you ever seen the Palm Islands? Better yet, have you ever been on them? When you have, rethink your question
6. Should we put in air conditioning?
You already have air conditioning. The basement walls and floor are much cooler than the air. Heat alwasy move toward cold. So the external heat from air is transferred to the walls and floor and continues into the soil beyond. The source of heat on hot days is mostly outside air coming down the stairway bringing humidity with it. The other heat source is the ceiling which is the floor of the house. As you are covering the walls you are slowing the heat transfer to the outer walls but eventually it gets there anyway. I do not recommend insulating the outside walls because any moisture should be allowed to escape into the basement. That prevents mold. You could insulate the basement ceiling which would reduce noise going up or down. You would appreciate that when one of your kids starts drum practice or gets a LOUD stereo with horrible music. By the time they are teenagers, you will hate all their music and wish you had double insulated when you had the chance. Forget the AC, but you probably will need a dehumidifier. Humidity once it enters the basement is trapped. It actually feels colder with high humidity than low. So a dehumidifier will make the air feel warmer. I do not know if it actually is but it feels that way. Or you can install a small low volume box fan in one of the windows. Turn it on as needed but it will draw air from other parts of the house or outside, even down your dryer vent. So just put in a matching vent on the opposite side of the basement to provide outside air when it's on. The important reason for this is to remove the humidity and provide some fresh air. Dehumidifiers eat electricity like it is free. The fan is a cheaper alternative. If you have a force air heating system, whole house AC is easy. It goes right on top the furnace with the condenser outside. You usually get a seperate electric meter for reduced rates if the power company can remotely shut it off for a couple hours a day during peak usage times. You do not need that now if ever. When the kids get too old to use the backyard pool then you can add it. A finished basement would not affect it at all. And the ducting will cool the basement while the cool air cools the rest of the house. You are a wise young couple the way you are paying for this. Do not be swayed. If nothing else, tell your dad this is your husbands decision and you can not change his mind. That should be enough to silence your dad. He never liked your husband anyway.
7. Dog gets weak around air conditioning?
Get it a heating pad to sit on when the air is on. They need warmth
Kontaktieren Sie uns
Das moderne Haus