Friday, August 22, 2014
Maintaining cool body temperatures on hot and humid days can help prevent heat-related illnesses. Anyone who stays out in the sun for a long period of time is more susceptible to dehydration and other heat-related conditions. Staying indoors for as long as possible with regular fluid replenishment lessens the probability of experiencing these problems. Indoor warmth is easier to deal with than that of the outdoors. Temperatures indoors still need to be regulated, though, as it is possible that they are still not comfortable enough for anyone during a hot Michigan day. This is why installing an air conditioning system works wonders; both cooling and air quality can be regulated to provide a fresh and favorable environment for preventing heat-related illnesses.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
If there are parts of the house that are unevenly cool and moderate, then the thermostat needs repair. Finding drops of moisture or leaks around and near the AC could mean that the refrigerant is leaking, or the drain tube is blocked or broken. Hearing strange sounds or noise and smelling strange, foul odors from the unit and its vents is also a danger sign. After finding any of these indicators, getting the help of professionals is the next step as the repair of your air conditioning unit should be handled by experts. Their repairs may look simple but getting a certified technician’s diagnosis of your AC can, in the long run, lead to a more efficient and problem-free machine. Remember that it’s always about maximizing your unit’s efficiency.