How to get air conditioning in your home

  • October 1, 2021

Air conditioning is a major necessity for many homes, but not everyone is going to be able to afford it.

A new generation of air conditioning solutions are getting the spotlight, including new models and products.

Air Conditioning Technology (ACTS) can help keep you comfortable and keep your home cool, but it is not without its issues.

While ACTS is not perfect, it can be a boon to a home if it is well-designed and provides adequate ventilation.

It’s important to consider your home’s air conditioning needs before investing in air conditioning systems.

Here are some things to consider before purchasing a new air conditioning system.

What to expect when buying a new ACTS systemWhat to look for when buying ACTS air conditioning equipmentIn some cases, the air conditioning units will not be compatible with existing air conditioning technology.

This means you’ll need to purchase additional air conditioning devices or equipment.

If you plan to purchase ACTS equipment, make sure it is compatible with the system you’re buying.

Check to see if your existing air conditioner or unit has an ACTS compatible switch, as this will give you a head start on the process.

Read more about ACTS:Air conditioning systems that have ACTS compatibilityHow to find ACTS cooling solutionsHow to choose the right ACTS unit for your home

Juventus v Udinese: Which one do you want?

  • July 15, 2021

This is the second time Udinese have come to Turin and it’s an interesting match.

It’s the second match Udinese play this season in a Serie A match at the Juventus Stadium.

Udinese had lost their last two away games in the league to Juve, with the last result coming at the Bernabeu in December.

The win in Turin could also be a chance for Juve to start a new trend in the standings.

This is Juve’s fourth win in their last five matches, which was the longest winning streak in Serie A, beating Atalanta 3-0 in the first leg of the Champions League group stages.

The Italians have not won in Turina since March.

They are second to last in the table, with 16 points from 12 games.

Udini have been a force in Serie B, having won three successive league matches, with a draw and victory against Roma.

Juve have been chasing a win since January and they have not lost in Turino since March, having taken two points from the previous two matches.

Both sides have played a number of their attacking players in the last few weeks, with Mauro Icardi, Claudio Marchisio, Andrea Ranocchia, Gianluigi Buffon and Giorgio Chiellini all joining the squad.

Juventus have won just one of their last six Serie A games, conceding just three goals.

They have lost three of their past four away games, including a 4-0 defeat to Genoa in the previous round.

Juves will be without defender Marco Verratti, who was ruled out of the game with a groin injury.

They will be back in action when they travel to the Colle del Cauca on Friday.

Juventus: Zamparini, Scolari, Di Stéfano, Chielly, Bacca, Di Maria, Di Francesco, Gabbiadini, Bazzana, Zamparrini, Fabbri, Chiesa, Totti, Boggio, Di María, Zubi.

Udine: Pioli, Di Grassi, Nesta, Giambattista, Zafra, Piolucchi, Pareto, Motta, Zabelli, Bignami, Calabria, De Giorgi, Ghiocchi, Palazzini, Giappa.

Kick-off is scheduled for 13:45 local time (14:45 GMT). 

Venue: Turin Stadium, Turin (capacity: 80,000). 

Referee: Francesco Sarto (Italy). 

Date: 29 March Kick-off: 13:15 GMT.