A/C in the Southeast
March 01, 2014
Part 1: Challenges of Cooling in Hot-Humid Climates
It takes a lot of energy to keep a home cool in the hot-humid climate of the southeastern United States, and in some places cooling systems work year-round. The population in the Southeast has grown over the last decade, and the need for cooling in homes is greater than ever.
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