LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com) — People living along the coast rarely have a need for air conditioning. They often rely on ocean breezes to keep cool.
But in a heat wave, like the one the Southland is currently experiencing, residents are finding little relief in the rare breeze.
It is a common myth among novice futures traders that you buy natural gas at the beginning of summer because increased demand for electricity from U.S. air conditioning needs will spur demand for the natural gas that fuels many electricity-generating plants. While this is a massive overgeneralization of price forecasting (as is most trading folklore), it is grounded in fact.
When the late spring sun shines brightly in the windows of your Dunn, North Carolina, home, maintaining a cool indoor temperature can be challenging. To keep sunlight out and reduce solar gain, consider one of these four stylish window treatments.
Once spring cleanup is done, you may feel ready to tackle some renovation projects this summer. If so, you’re not alone: 62 percent of homeowners plan to undertake a home improvement project this year, according to a Harris poll. Homeowners will renovate to improve their home’s appearance, livability and energy efficiency, the survey found.
YORK, Pa. (WHTM) – HVAC companies are receiving dozens of calls from people whose air conditioners aren’t working. Experts at YTI Career Institute gave ABC27 a checklist to follow before and after you turn on your air conditioner this summer.
At a joint news conference Friday, the Texas Rangers and the city of Arlington are expected to announce plans for a new $900 million, retractable roof, air-conditioned-when-necessary baseball stadium.
U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson expressed frustration Friday as he questioned why prison officials won't spend roughly $1 million to install air conditioning on death row, since the state has already spent much more to fight the matter in court. He scheduled a June 15 hearing for testimony about the effectiveness of the prison's current heat-control measures.
We’re weeks away from sweltering temperatures, hurricane warnings, and bug invasions. And this year is expected to be an especially hot one in many areas. Before summer hits at full force, make sure you and your home are prepared.
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A Health Alert: Spring is in full bloom, which means there's an uptick of pollen in the air. For many that means allergies. Heating and cooling experts say you can stay ahead with a simple fix.
"Allergies, pollen, all that stuff is coming into play," said Timothy Neely, operations manager at Debord's Heating & Air Conditioning.
Experts say the trees and flowers bloomed early, in part because of this year's mild winter. So that means there's plenty of pollen floating in the air, in addition to all of the other irritants. It may be time for some spring cleaning in your home.
If your air conditioner needs a bit of work or is not cooling properly, annual maintenance can help improve efficiency and prolong the life of your unit. Common air conditioner problems include a low or leaking refrigerant, issues with the thermostat, a clogged drain or a dirty filter.