Listen: Connie Thompson, Komo And Kenmore discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
"But that same AC cools. You might also make you sick. Komo's Connie Thompson reports. If your home air conditioning consist of window, A C, you know, all about calling the heavy unit out of storage, when the weather heats up, but make sure it's not harboring mold and other irritants without proper care and maintenance mold can actually grow on the inside, which has the potential to lead to health problems, like weasing congestion or throat irritation examine your air conditioner. And look for clusters of tiny black spots along the air duct cleaning louvers is a good first step. But if you see mold on them, there's a good chance that there's more hiding inside the air conditioner, if that's the case you really wanna consider buying a new one experts at consumer reports recommend the three hundred forty dollar S P T air conditioner for larger rooms and for mid sized. Brooms. They recommend a two hundred seventy dollar model by Kenmore next installed window, a C properly, make sure the unit is slightly tilted to the outside that way, any condensation or rainwater won't end up on the inside which could also cause a mold problem install the air, conditioner side panel snugly against the side of the window frame, and use the weather stripping foam, that comes with most sees so outside air. Can't creep in this will save energy and keep pollen and other allergens outdoors. It's"