Dog days of Spring?

Most people have heard the expression, “Dog days of Summer”. This refers to those hot lazy days when even the dog doesn’t have the motivation to get off the porch and the air is heavy with humidity as well. Well, with changing climate conditions it is becoming more common in the South to experience the “Dog days” of Spring as well. Temperatures where my sister lives can reach well into the upper eighties as early as mid April and she depends more and more on her air conditioner to keep her home cool and dry. She is always saying that there are only two seasons where she lives, Winter and Summer. They really only experience colder temperatures for a short time and then they are right back to warm and sunny days. For this reason she makes sure to have the best air conditioning she can at her home. It seems like every few years she is upgrading or replacing some part of the system to improve its performance or energy saving capabilities. I can’t say as I blame her because we do the same with our furnace up here in the North. At any rate, she told me this year that she added a new air filter to the system that is supposed to remove even minute particles from the house and it sounds great. It utilizes a HEPA filter that can be cleaned instead of replaced all the time and that will save her money too. I told my husband about it and he is going to look into one for our system too. If we no longer have to keep a box of filters in the basement and worry about ordering them from our HVAC dealer that would be great. One less thing to worry about would be great.
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