Do you live in a home that was built back in the 1980s? While not all homes built during those years had air conditioning units, many did. It’s interesting to note that approximately 20% of these homes still have their original air conditioning units in place.
In order to keep homes cool during 2006 to 2010, American households used the following methods:
- Air conditioning without heat pumps: 79.1 million
- Central air conditioning: 55.5 million
- Room air conditioners: 23.6 million
Currently, 2/3 of all homes in the United States have some form of air conditioning system. In order to keep these units functioning optimally, it’s necessary to have regular maintenance at least