I am a fairly huge fan of the Three Stooges.
The plots of their short films often have them actually working at differing tasks where they mess things up resulting in their “brand” of comedic humor.
Aside from slapstick humor, the films offer a look into the reality of what life was similar to in the 1940s. One short film titled “An Ache in Every Stake” features “The Boys” struggling with bringing blocks of ice as was relatively common in that era. In a single scene, “Curly” totes a sizable block of ice up a fairly lengthy staircase only to learn it has melted to the size of a tiny ice cube as he reaches the top. The amusing image of that ice melting reminds me of how ineffective the regular Heating in addition to A/C air duct is in the average residence. Any AC’s efficiency is pretty much measured using the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER), a ratio of the cooling output to the energy consumed. Unluckily, that cooling output is further limited as the air is pushed through the air duct in addition to into your kitchen or dining room. According to some estimates available, as much as 40% of the cool air produced is totally lost. The same percentage also applies to sizzling air lost in that same air duct when the oil furnace is working regularly. There is honestly no way to eliminate heating or cooling losses in your system of ductwork, however there are ways to minimize it. Having proper insulation is an evident necessity to keep the conditioned air that you pay for inside the ductwork system that you have. Another step to take if you pay attention to when your energy bills are rising is to have a Heating in addition to A/C machine professional check for any leaks in addition to gaps in the air duct system! Keeping the air duct entirely clean in addition to free of debris in addition to dirt will also help get the HVAC treated air to it’s final resting place.