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Air conditioning your house can be the most expensive part of your utility bill in the summer months. This page will provide some practical suggestions for selecting an air conditioner, using it properly, and allowing it to do its job more easily to reduce your home cooling bills.
A unit that is too small won't keep you cool enough. One that is too large will cool too quickly and provide insufficient dehumidification, giving a cold clammy feeling. To be sure you select the proper size unit, have your dealer estimate your cooling load before you buy.
You can use fans and other ventilation devices to keep cool in the summer economically. A window fan pushing hot air out of one side of your home, but drawing cooler air from the shady side, is particularly refreshing.