It was not that long ago that to have an air conditioning system in your home or in your office was considered to be a luxury more than anything else. Today air conditioning in offices and as an example on public transport is now regarded to be normal and considered to be a part of everyday life.
When it comes to car air conditioning systems a common question amongst many motorists is what temperature should my car aircon be? If you’re anything like me you don’t like it too cold and as with many of my fellow motorists I do fiddle around with the temperature controls and end of losing my ‘perfect’ temp never to find it just right again. The ideal temperature should be 6 degrees Celsius or in old school money 42 degrees Fahrenheit.
There are many ways to save electricity with an air conditioning unit but it can be pricey to get an energy saving unit. Below we have listed some tips on how you can save the pennies not only with your electricity bill but also with your current air conditioning unit.
We have all been there when our aircon remote control stops working. We bang it against our hand, give it a shake, take the batteries out then put them back in again, give it another shake then maybe throw it across the room a couple of times (then again maybe that’s just me) but the thing just won’t work!
An air conditioner works more efficiently when the evaporator and condenser coils or cooling fins are clean and the fins are straight.
The Tools You Will Need
When you start out as a Heating, Ventilation And Air Conditioning engineer (HVAC) you are going to need the tools of the trade and the best supplier for that.
What you need to know before you buy an air conditioning system. Are you still stuck trying to choose the right air conditioning system for your home or business?