Today, our air conditioning systems are generally a benefit we take for granted unless it breaks down or isn’t working properly. Before air conditioning was invented, people had to find creative ways to stay comfortable throughout the day. When we think of the best inventions ever made, most of them were created within the 20th century. From advancements in technology to modern medicine, it is difficult to think of inventions that can be considered among the best ever that were not made in the 20th century. One of the few inventions that has stood the test of time is modern-day air conditioning systems.
One of the most common ways to stay comfortable indoors without the air conditioning turned on is to open the windows. But keeping windows open only provides a mild increase in comfort, especially when living in warmer and more humid climates such as Florida. Additionally, having the ability to keep the windows closed because you have a functioning air conditioning system also provides health benefits.
The health benefits of keeping windows closed include:
Being able to rely on our air conditioning units to keep us comfortable instead of having to keep a window open also improves the overall safety of our home as it is more difficult to gain ungranted access into the home.
You may have thought about the many advancements technology provides, such as computers, smart phones, and access to the internet, and you recognize the way your life would be impacted without it; you probably can’t imagine what life would be like without modern air conditioning. Without air conditioning, most of us would be expelling substantial energy just to stay comfortable and healthy. When we take into consideration the improvements air conditioning has on our everyday lives, it is undoubtedly among the best inventions ever.
To keep your air conditioning system performing at its maximum efficiency, contact EasyBreezy AC today to schedule an annual maintenance check up with one of our certified HVAC specialists. We are proud of the work we do to keep our clients’ homes healthy and comfortable!
Last modified on March 20th, 2020 at 8:44 pm
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