Upgrading to central air

When my friend and I first moved into our home, it was not equipped with central air conditioning. Because my friend and I are located in the northeastern part of the country, a whole-house cooling system isn’t particularly necessary. Our weather tends to be cold, windy and wet. It often snows from November until April. My good friend and I might need to run the boiler for eight straight months. There are those years when it rains all Summer long, but however, there are also especially boiling and humid summers. The house becomes boiling and sticky, making it impossible to relax, sleep or be productive. My good friend and I tried getting by with window a/cs and a combination of box fans. I didn’t like having all sorts of equipment detracting from aesthetics. The window a/cs block the view and look horrible. The cords from the box fans are a nuisance. I hated storing all of the different units in the attic in the winter season and then carrying them down in the Spring. I finally got an estimate for central air conditioning. With the duct system already in locale, the cost wasn’t unsatisfactory. By spending a bit more for a higher SEER rating, I chose an a/c that is beautifully energy efficient and keeps running costs low. I’ve found that my friend and I tend to run the cooling system even when the outside temperature is mild. My good friend and I sometimes use just the fan to circulate and filter the air. The a/c allows us to keep windows closed against pollutants such as exhaust fumes, pollen, buts and dust. The house stays cleaner, odors fresher and is far more comfortable.


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