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Are you staying cool this week?

The hottest temperature ever recorded was 136 degrees (Fahrenheit) in Libya on Sept. 13, 1922. The coldest temperature of -128 degrees was recorded in Antarctica on July 21, 1983.

The highest temperature recorded in Pennsylvania is 111° F. This record high was recorded on July 10, 1936 at Phoenixville.  The lowest temperature recorded in Pennsylvania was 42° below zero. This temperature was hit on Jan 5, 1904 at Smethport.

For more PRACTICAL info on how to keep YOUR HOME cool, check out the articles below.

As always, I look forward to hearing from you!

Twila C. Glenn, Realtor

717.350.0672


Keeping Your Home COOL
Roof Vents for Home Cooling Savings Power Roof Vents Savings

Power-Assisted Roof Vents: Lose the Heat and Save the Money

A power-assisted roof vent gives your attic air flow a boost, reducing moisture buildup and possibly lowering energy costs. Read

Ceiling Fan Home Cooling Benefits Ceiling Fan Cooling Option

Ceiling Fans: Keep Your Cool; Save Money, Too

A ceiling fan can lower the feel of a room’s temperature by 8 degrees, which means you can raise the thermostat and save on air conditioning bills. Read

HVAC Inspection Tips Why To Inspect Your HVAC

How To Inspect Your HVAC System and Blow Away Future Problems

Inspect your HVAC system twice a year and head off costly problems. We’ll walk you through heating and air conditioning inspections you can do yourself. Read

The federal energy tax credit is based on 30% of the cost of

Tax Credits for Replacing Heating and Cooling Systems

The 2009-2010 $1,500 energy tax credits ended as you sang Auld Lang Syne, but you’ll get up to $500 for a more efficient heating and cooling system in 2011. Read

Lennox air conditioners outside house

Air Conditioning Equipment: Repair or Replace?

If you’re deciding whether to repair or replace central air conditioning equipment, assess the quality of your house’s ductwork and insulation first. Read

Visit houselogic.com for more articles like this.

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