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November 28, 2007


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fans and window AC units too! both of the apartments i've lived in haven't had central air, and I bought two high-powered fans the summer I lived in my first apartment. Six months later in January, those same fans were $15-$20 cheaper. Obviously not as big of a bargain as central AC installation, but still a way to save money for us apartment-dwellers.

Usually heating and air conditioning are handled by the same people, so the best time to do something is spring or fall rather than summer or winter.

wait until Feb. and the price will probably be lower
a lot of the price is in the amount of copper used hooking up the AC and the price of copper is usually the lowest later in the winter

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