Recent A/c Types Articles


Install A Wifi Thermostat For Your Central Air And Earn Rewards

Posted by Laura Firszt | Apr 26, 2017

The hot weather’s on its way, and that means balmy days and outdoor fun. It also traditionally means hefty bills for air conditioning, as well as occasional blackouts right...


Understand Your Air Conditioning System

Posted by Laura Firszt | Jul 28, 2016

Whether you’re in the market to install a new air conditioner or you are looking to get your system repaired, it helps to do your homework, so you can discuss your home cooling...

ThermoLift heat pump

The Heat Pump Poised to Revolutionize HVAC

Posted by Laura Firszt | Mar 21, 2016

What's the biggest energy consuming system in the average American home? Heating and cooling, of course. These account for approximately half of residential energy usage -- and the...

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How Ductless Air Conditioning Saves Energy

Posted by Laura Firszt | Apr 12, 2015

Ductless air conditioning is ideal for cooling a home or a room which is not equipped with the traditional HVAC ductwork. This type of A/C is also called mini split due to its size...

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Hosting a Successful Outdoor Celebration at Home

Posted by Laura Firszt | May 05, 2014

Graduation, weddings, the Fourth of July … summer is jam-packed with exciting events! Why not take advantage of the warm weather and host a celebration in your own garden? Make...

Making A/C Smarter

Posted by Katie Marks | Mar 20, 2014

Air conditioning eats up a lot of energy in the summer months, whether you're talking a whole-building system or a simple wall-mounted unit. Many people leave it running constantly,...

This article is a collection of Networx best tips for how to keep your house cool in the summer. (Photo: aleksandrovaphoto/

Best Cheap Tips for Keeping Your House Cool

Posted by Chaya Kurtz | May 26, 2013

The dog days of summer are coming, and in some parts of the U.S. of A., they have already arrived. If you had tons of money, you could, like, build a new house that is oriented toward...

What you see right here is an exterior shade screen. They help keep heat out of your house in the hot summer months.

Air Conditioning is Not the Only Answer

Posted by Carl Seville | Mar 21, 2012

Feeling comfortable in hot weather requires two things to happen together. The temperature and the relative humidity (RH) of the air must both be low enough to keep you from sweating....