Air conditioners are a godsend on the hottest days of the year for older people and those with asthma or other chronic health problems. But they can also be a source of illness, especially if there is mold in the system. Consumer Reports unpacks how to keep yourself cool — and healthy — this summer.
For many of us, air conditioning is a downright necessity — and a costly one that uses energy and contributes to climate change. But with some simple steps you can reduce your energy use. The Refrigeration School
When the outside temperature soars, so does energy usage to keep the church building cool. But modifying how you use and control the air conditioning system can help save money that you can use instead for mission. From worshipfacilities.com. (Photo: Jill, Jellidonut … whatever, Creative Commons)
Does it save money to turn the AC down or off when church is empty? Well … maybe, but that’s only one of the factors to take into consideration if you want to save money on air conditioning. A lot of parts comprise an air conditioning system, and many of them are rarely considered, says […]
It costs a fortune to air condition a church in the summer, but there are things your property team can do to help minimize the expense, says this article from WorshipFacilities Network. Which would work for your congregation? (Photo: Purplejavatroll, Creative Commons)
Give New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg credit for a creative solution to a problem that had him boiling. On these steamy summer days, he hated entering a parked car whose inside air had been superheated by the sun. (Who doesn’t, right?) But it was a bit extreme of “Hizzoner” to install a window air conditioner […]