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Come July, You Are Going To Need Air Conditioning In Cincinnati

Cincinnati in the Ohio River valley has a climate that is just within the southern humid subtropical zone but also at the southern end of the northern humid continental zone. This means that it is always subjected to quite high humidity and can experience hot summers with considerable rainfall and winters that tend to be cold and snowy.

Our bodies can live under such conditions but not with the degree of comfort that most of us expect these days. Summer highs that can go above 90°F (usually in July) and winter lows that might reach as low as 0 °F are not considered conducive to our comfort – whether at home, at work or visiting commercial premises. Recorded extremes in Cincinnati temperatures go from 108°F in July 1934 down to −25°F in January 1977.

We Need Cooling Down In Summer And Warming Up In Winter

Arguably, it is easier to wrap up and keep warm in winter than it is to strip off and keep cool in summer. This is probably why we tend to think of air conditioning as being a summer “thing” However, I am sure that people in Cincinnati would far prefer a system that keeps places both cool in summer and warm in winter. If we renamed Air Conditioning For Cincinnati as “indoor artificial climate control” then, maybe, we could expect the best of both worlds from an installed system? This is also the thinking amongst contractors who term themselves as HVAC specialists –meaning that they specialize in all aspects of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.

Centralized Systems

Getting the best of both worlds from relatively small individual units – whether wall mounted or free standing – is not going to work. These units are designed to only perform one function – they either heat air or they cool it down. In certain cases, such as small apartment units, this might be the only practical option. But, when wishing to cool or heat multiple rooms within a building, better options are available for Air Conditioning In Cincinnati.

If we have a system where air is cooled or heated at a central place and then distributed through ducts to all the required rooms within a building, then, it is relatively simple to send out cooler air in summer and warmer air in winter (to control the temperature within the rooms). A dehumidifying measure can also be included in such a climate control system. With all of this, we could all be comfortable anytime in Cincinnati.

For new installation or service and repair for Air Conditioning In Cincinnati or thereabouts, you should contact Howard Adams Heating & Air Conditioning. They offer a good selection of equipment and can provide a wide range of services.Save

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