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You can set your air conditioner’s temperature to different levels in different rooms. You can even set it to have different fan speeds depending on the size and layout of your home.
You can choose between cool, heat, or auto modes for your air conditioner’s operation mode and humidity control settings.
In addition to the discomfort, an air conditioner that isn’t working properly can cause expensive damage to your home and possessions. Air conditioners can damage the interior of your home by causing mold and mildew, as well as drywall damage from moisture seeping in through cracks. This could result in an expensive repair job. Additionally, if you have a faulty air conditioner that is leaking coolant into your HVAC system or water leaks onto or under the floorboards of your house, this could lead to costly repairs down the road.
So what are you waiting for? If you have an old air conditioner, it may be time to upgrade—whether or not it stops working. This is the best time of year to shop around, and with energy-efficient models available, you’ll probably find that replacing your unit is less expensive than ever before. Other than the initial cost of purchase, there are also tax credits that you might qualify for if you buy a new unit. So stop sweating over your rickety old AC and start looking for a new one today!