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Old 01-10-20, 07:45 AM   #14
theoldwizard1
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I prefer evaporative cooling vs A/C but that is not for everyone or every region.
Evaporative cooling is great (low cost) but it requires a VERY dry climate.

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If I was stuck in California and used A/C, I would maybe consider mini splits. That may make it easier to run on a generator when the power goes out since you could just cool 1 or 2 rooms.
Excellent point ! I remember reading somewhere that a person set up there house in FL so that one bedroom was sort of an emergency shelter for after hurricanes when the power was out. Window A/C, small refrigerator, Internet, TV, cable AND OTA antenna all capable of being run off of a 2000W inverter generator.
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