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Are You Ready For Summer?

The calendar indicates that this is the beginning of spring. Here in the Colorado River Valley and western Arizona that means that the thermometer will soon hit 90 degrees and higher. Are you ready? Is your air conditioner ready for months of use? Is your HVAC system...

Beating The Heat

People are remarkably adaptive to new technologies. In 1896 a Duryea Motor Wagon, the first automobile manufactured for sale in the United States, was viewed as a curiosity. Montgomery Ward said that it was a fad the children should see before it passes. The Barnum...

Odd, Very Odd, and Oddest of All

My dad was a proponent of quick witticisms and bits of wisdom. One of his favorite sayings was that is was better to fill the head with useless knowledge than no knowledge at all. As an example consider this presidential air conditioning factoid. Herbert Hoover was...

A History of Staying Warm

For centuries keeping the chill of winter at bay was accomplished by stacking wood, and by rubbing two sticks together or using a flint, starting a fire. The shortcomings were evident regardless of whether the fire was in a cave or fireplace; one side baked while the...

What Is An HVAC System?

Let's start with the basics. HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. It not only controls the temperature of a room through heating and cooling, it also controls the humidity level through careful distribution of air inside the room. And it also...

A World Without AC

Imagine this. In 1964, air conditioning was still an option - in Cadillac's. The pleasant and even livable life in the desert southwest that we take for granted is a relatively recent phenomena. Not so long ago beating the blistering heat of summer required the...

The Sponge

A pioneer in the development of air conditioning, especially automotive air conditioning, was Charles Kettering. As an historic side note Kettering was also the genius behind development of the electric starter for automobiles, leaded gasoline, automotive ignition...

And Who Do We Thank For Air Conditioning?

The short answer to that question is Willis Carrier. Carrier was born November 26, 1876, in Angola, New York and earned an engineering degree from Cornell University in 1901. Interestingly enough, he struggled grasping principles of mathematics as a child. His...
Are You Ready For Summer?

Are You Ready For Summer?

The calendar indicates that this is the beginning of spring. Here in the Colorado River Valley and western Arizona that means that the thermometer will soon hit 90 degrees and higher. Are you ready? Is your air conditioner ready for months of use? Is your HVAC system...

Beating The Heat

Beating The Heat

People are remarkably adaptive to new technologies. In 1896 a Duryea Motor Wagon, the first automobile manufactured for sale in the United States, was viewed as a curiosity. Montgomery Ward said that it was a fad the children should see before it passes. The Barnum...

Odd, Very Odd, and Oddest of All

Odd, Very Odd, and Oddest of All

My dad was a proponent of quick witticisms and bits of wisdom. One of his favorite sayings was that is was better to fill the head with useless knowledge than no knowledge at all. As an example consider this presidential air conditioning factoid. Herbert Hoover was...

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