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AC and Its Role in the Modern World

How AC invented the modern world Back in August, we talked on this blog about how Willis Carrier invented the air conditioning unit as a way to control humidity in a printing warehouse during a…

Baltimore Schools have no AC – No Relief in Sight

Two years ago, light was shed on a situation in Maryland. The Baltimore County school system came under fire for a lack of air conditioning in many of the public school system’s facilities. At that…

Many will Need New AC Systems by 2020

Air conditioners are making a shift. Many air conditioners use a refrigerant called chlorodifluoromethane, though it is often known better by the generic term R-22 or the brand name Freon. Unfortunately for many homeowners, this…

Risks of High Temperatures in Schools without AC

Earlier on this blog, we discussed how school districts, at elementary schools and even colleges, have the complete freedom to make the decision to continue with classes or cancel classes if a power outage occurs…

SMU Power Outage Did Not Stop Classes

Earlier this month, Southern Methodist University found many of its buildings without power. While a few classes were stopped early or did not meet, many students and faculty kept on keeping on through the SMU…

Fire Victims in the West Make Adjustments

While here in Texas, we’ve been a little more concerned with the threats of hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico, some of our friends and neighbors in the western states have been dealing with trauma…

Why is My Air Conditioner Frozen?

Frozen AC Unit Coils is Not a Good Thing Your home air conditioning system cools your air, and makes your home a place of comfort. Many people take a look at their indoor air conditioner,…

Minimizing AC Use in Summer, Part 2

More money saving summer AC tips We ended the previous blog post, talking about ways you can give your air conditioning system a rest. It may seem like a counterintuitive option, but sometimes, your AC…

Minimizing AC Use in Summer, Part 1

Hot and Cold, Saving Summer on AC Costs It gets so hot in the summer that all we humans want is to drop the needle on the thermostat as low as it can possibly go;…

Sneaky Summer AC Repairs

Hot under the collar? Problems with your air conditioning seem to come up, right at the worst possible times; like, when you really-really need it to be working well. When the demands on the air…