A Brief History of Air Conditioning, From the Beginning to the Present
Allyson has a few options to cool off her home, including the “Air-Cooled” air conditioner and a pair of air-conditioning fans.
But she’s most concerned about getting her home to feel like a home.
She’s also concerned about her pets.
In August, Allyson found out her two cats, Charlie and Violet, had leukemia and needed immediate medical attention.
“My dogs, they have the worst allergies to anything,” Allyson said.
“They’re just constantly going in there.
They just want to get a good air-cooled room.”
Allyson is not alone.
A new study from researchers at University of Wisconsin found that air conditioning can have a significant negative impact on pets.
The study looked at more than 50 studies that compared air conditioners with other heating and cooling technologies and found that the effects of air conditioning were more pronounced for cats and dogs.
The researchers concluded that the impact of air conditioning on pets has the potential to increase the likelihood of disease in both humans and pets.
It’s not the only thing Allyson wants to change.
“I want to take it to the next level,” she said.
For now, Allinson wants to save money.
She has a new home-based air condition, which will cost her about $800.
But Allyson also wants to buy a better air condition.
“It will be cheaper, and it will last longer,” she told The Associated Press.
“And I think that’s worth it to me.”