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Air conditioner and dehumidifier work together

It helps to keep the utility bills low and uses non-ozone-depleting Puron refrigerant.

There’s hot and humid weather conditions in the area where I live. It’s warm all year round, but the summer is especially brutal. Even if it rains, the muggy feeling just gets worse. The afternoons feel horribly sticky, and the air doesn’t cool off much at night. I often end up dripping sweat just walking between my air-conditioned office building and the parking lot. I couldn’t go without air conditioning. I spent a great deal of money to be sure that my home is always comfortable. I installed a top-of-the-line air conditioner from one of the leading manufacturers. I spent extra for the most advanced adaptable-speed technology. The compressor is able to automatically alter speed to meet changing requirements within the house. Rather than blast at full capacity and quit repeatedly, the air conditioner is able to run at lower speeds for longer cycles. The little adjustments result in a more consistent temperature. It avoids unpleasant hot and cold swings and consumes less energy. With a 26 SEER, my air conditioner is both environmentally friendly and cost-effective. It helps to keep the utility bills low and uses non-ozone-depleting Puron refrigerant. To further reduce operational costs, I’ve included a whole-home dehumidifier. The air conditioner pulls heat out of the air but isn’t designed to extract excessive moisture from the air. The dehumidifier gets rid of that sticky feeling and prevents mold and mildew growth. Ideal relative humidity levels make the air feel cooler and I can set the thermostat at a higher temperature.
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