What we know about the air conditioning headaches that are plaguing millions of Americans
The air conditioning industry is experiencing a new and serious headache, with a surge of cases in recent weeks in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
According to data from the National Electrical Code, air conditioning in some states is at record levels.
The codes office in Virginia reported an average of 778 air conditioning cases per day over the weekend.
There were more than 1,000 complaints on Saturday alone.
“We’re seeing more and more cases.
More cases than usual,” said David Siegel, a spokesman for the NEC.
“We’re going to be seeing cases of more headaches.
More of them than usual.”
The new symptoms have also been seen in New England states.
A recent report from the Associated Press showed the number of complaints in the Boston area rose to 577 on Saturday.
The number of air conditioning complaints in Massachusetts rose to 621 on Saturday, up from 531 in February, according to data compiled by the NEDC.
In Washington, DC, there were 447 complaints, up 4.7 percent from a month ago.
There was also an uptick in air conditioning problems in Washington state.
The NEC’s data shows that in New Jersey, the number is at 578, which is about twice the number in February.
There have also also been reports of problems in New Hampshire, the most populous state in the country, with 472 complaints in that state, up 3.9 percent from the month before.
In the South, the problem is more pronounced in Louisiana, where there were 532 complaints, which was a 9.7-percent increase from a year ago.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.