The city of Shreveport is known for having hot and humid summers, typically at 32 °C. Summer is fast approaching, and before the temperatures start rising you will have to make sure that your air conditioning system can easily deal with the heat. While it can be challenging to tell if your unit is past its service life, there are some tell-tale signs that you can rely on.
An inquiry section on the Prescott Valley Tribute website posted last January 10, 2014 discusses why and when homeowners need to change their HVAC systems. While HVACs are built to endure repeated uses over long periods of time, age eventually catches up to these systems and causes their performance levels to suffer. The article therefore recommends replacing HVACs that are past their prime:
An article on the SparkEnergy website points out the various things that require a homeowner’s attention during the installation of a new central air conditioner. As one of the most efficient methods of cooling an entire house, central air conditioning works by channeling cooled air throughout a building via a network of ducts. Great attention to detail is required when it comes to installing such systems; indeed, the article stresses that proper installation can guarantee smooth and worry-free operation for years:
A recent article written by Michelle L. Price for the Daily Herald online covers a story about a gas leak in an elementary school in Utah that resulted in 40 people suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning.
An article on the Shreveport Times website published November 22, 2013 discusses the efforts of Shreveport and Bossier City in protecting the community against environmental pollutants: