Repair Your Air Conditioner Unit

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Repair Your Air Conditioner Unit

I live in the southern United States. This part of the country experiences extremely hot summers. Therefore, my air conditioner is an important fixture in my home. A few years ago, it unexpectedly stopped working one balmy July day. The temperatures in my home quickly became unbearable. In order to get relief from the sweltering temperatures, I contacted a local HVAC contractor. This individual came to my home and inspected my air conditioning unit. After his inspection, he told me that he only needed to make a simple repair to my system. In a few minutes, I had a working air conditioning unit again. On this blog, you will discover the most common types of repairs completed on air conditioning systems.


3 Easy Ways To Keep Your Baby's Nursery Cooler In An AC Outage

If your AC happens to fail, there is a pretty big chance that it will do so in the dead middle of summer when the heat is almost unbearable. As an adult, you can probably cope with the heat fairly well, but if you have an infant in the house, the drastic change in temperature can be extremely uncomfortable for them. The best route you can take to soothe your sweating, uncomfortable child is to keep their nursery as cool as possible until you can get the AC repair professional to take a look at the problem. Here are a few ideas to help you out.

Hang a dampened sheet in front of a floor fan.

If you have a floor fan and a few thumbtacks, you can create a gentle coolness simply by draping a dampened sheet from the ceiling directly in front of the fan's air circulation. The cool moisture of the sheet will help to lower the temperature of the moving air as it passes through the sheet and this can be enough to bring the temperature down a few degrees. Make sure you dampen the sheet with cool water and remoisten it with a spray bottle as it dries to keep the cooling effect going.

Situate an ice bucket in front of a box fan.

Find a bucket and fill it as full as possible with ice cubes or simply place a jug of frozen water in the bucket. Situate the bucket on a small stepping stool right in front of the fan. As the fan pushes air over the ice, you will enjoy the cooling effects that will feel almost like an air conditioner. Replace the ice as needed to keep the cooling action working, and before you know it, the baby's nursery will be a much more desirable temperature. 

Block out the sunlight with reflective material. 

If the nursery you have set up in your home has windows, it will be best to prevent any sunlight from streaming through, as this will only make the room hotter--especially if the nursery is a small space. Use aluminum foil, a reflective emergency blanket, or even a metallic-colored tarp to reflect the sunlight and incoming heat away from the windows. Simply hang what you have over the window using duct tape or thumb tacks, making sure to cover the glass completely for the most effective result.

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