When journalists need an expert in indoor air, their go-to expert is Allergy Standards CEO Dr John McKeon. In this Well+Good article, John gives valuable advice on the mechanics of window air conditioners.
John explains that through-the-window units either take the air that’s already in your room, cool it, and shoot it back out, or take a mix of indoor and outdoor air, cool it, and shoot it back out.
“When you use refrigerated air conditioners there’s always the potential for moisture drips,” says Dr. McKeon. “Make sure it’s not dripping on to the carpet or going down the back of a curtain causing mold and bacteria buildup.”
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