This is a question I field quite often at WCCO. It has been hot — the second warmest July on record — and humid this summer.
Four people escaped a house fire Wednesday after firefighters believe extensive use of air conditioning may have caused the electrical junction box issues, which kick-started the fire.
It may be hard to keep your cool when you hear just how much it’ll cost you to repair your air conditioning if it breaks this summer.
The thermometer hit 90 degrees for the first time this spring, but there’s no relief from the heat for some Minneapolis residents.
It’s a safety threat that could be sitting in your windows. Air conditioning units in ground floor windows are being pushed out to gain access to your home.
Walk around Minnesota and you’ll hear that low, purring hum of the air conditioning. However, you may also hear the sound of sneezing and coughing — the sound of the summer cold. So, does all our exposure to air conditioning cause summer colds?
Xcel Energy has set a new record for demand in the current heat wave as some customers cope with outages.
With temps in the 100s, your air conditioning is probably getting a pretty good workout. The same goes for the air conditioning repair workers. They’ve been putting in long days just to keep up with customer calls.
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