Central Air is popular because it has the ability to cool an entire home evenly and maintain a comfortable climate throughout. Other popular alternatives include individual window units and some combination of fans. There are a number of reasons to prefer each style of climate control during the summer, but for the most part, if you want an energy-efficient way to cool your house – the question is different for apartments and smaller, urban dwellings – central air is the way to go.
Nearly every home should integrate fans with whatever air conditioning system they choose. If you want to go low-tech, you can survive with just fans, like people did for decades; only 17% of homes had an A/C unit of any kind in 1973. But even if you want a comfortable 68 degrees all day, you can save money and energy by combining fans and A/C.
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Originally posted 2014-06-03 15:52:30. Republished by Blog Post Promoter