Air conditioning dates back to the 1830s, when a Florida physician created
a machine to blow cool air over hospital patients afflicted with malaria and
yellow fever. Home air conditioning began to appear in the early 1900s as a
series of improvements helped create appliances that could cool homes in more
efficient ways. Sales of window units took off particularly after World War II.
Today, air conditioning is ubiquitous in many parts of the United States. When
to turn on air conditioning is largely a personal decision based on your own
comfort, although you can also look for other clues.
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We here at Brew and Plow Farm are trying to decide whether or not to turn the air on. Normally we try to make it to June 1st. We don't even turn the heat on until Nov unless we are freezing, its just a matter of principle. So I am sitting here knowing I am hot and sweaty which means so will everyone else be, but it will still cool down tonight. What do I do???? Help