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How do you choose the right size air conditioner for your home?

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2006-07-25 15:06:21
2006-07-25 15:06:21

The easiest thing to do is to go to a store that sells air conditioners and see what they say. They will ask you a bunch of questions to help you chose the one that is best for your home.

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