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Central Air Conditioning: Bigger Isn’t Better

Whether upgrading your underpowered air conditioning system, or installing a brand new unit, it is important to know exactly what you need. If you get one too small, you’ll be left in the heat, but go too big, and you run the risk of having a damp house and an empty wallet. The key is to choose the right size, and this article will help you do just that. Additionally, the article includes a sidebar containing inexpensive, energy-efficient improvements you can make in order to counteract the costs of running central air.

Central-Air-Conditioning-Bigger-Isn’t-Better_FHB164.pdf

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