How to build your own air conditioning unit

  • September 26, 2021

I just finished building my own air conditioner from scratch and it worked great.

I have a 3,000 sq. ft. home with 3.2 gallons of air conditioning per person and I have no problems keeping my home cool.

However, when I want to heat the room up and I need to reduce my air conditioning usage, I need a bigger unit to heat my entire house.

My previous air conditioners had about a 2,000-square-foot footprint and were very heavy.

I wanted a smaller unit that was easier to carry around.

So I started looking at various models and finally settled on this 3,800-square foot air conditioning business heater.

I used a 1,600-square feet compressor for the power and a 300-square gallon heater for the water.

When I got the unit, I needed to install a heat pump and ventilator, but there wasn’t one available for the thermostat.

I also didn’t want to be in a position where I had to go to the store to find one.

I had purchased a couple of coolers but I wanted to be able to buy one with the most efficient heat and water efficiency.

Since my house is located in an industrial area, I decided to go with a 1-gallon thermostatic system that had an automatic shut off.

This system is the first one I’ve used for my business.

It does not need to be re-wired in order to operate.

The thermostatically controlled water pump shuts off when the air condition unit is in the freezer, and the air conditioning system automatically turns off when it’s outside.

Once the water system shuts off, the thermic control unit goes into the freezer to keep the system running and shuts off the water when it is cold enough to keep my house from freezing over.

The system also allows me to turn off the thermo-frosting system in the summer and the ice cream maker in the winter.

I’ve installed this unit in three homes and it is easy to maintain and I am very happy with it.

I can use it in my living room and my office as well.

I would highly recommend this unit.

My next order of business will be to buy a new thermostator and ventilla.

I purchased one last year for $1,000 and it’s been working flawlessly.

It’s very efficient and I can keep my air conditioning running at the same time.

You can learn more about air conditioning from my video tutorial: How to Build Your Own Air Conditioner

Air conditioning technician who allegedly killed his own wife says he ‘didn’t know’ when to leave

  • August 19, 2021

An air conditioning technician in Alaska says he “didn’t care” when his wife died of cancer in 2010. 

And when he did leave her body in her bedroom, he was the first to put on a pair of old-school, gas-filled, plastic air conditioners.

“She said, ‘What are you doing?'” 

Alaskan Air Conditioning Technician Sidney C. Williams told The Associated Press in an interview this week. 

Williams, 56, is the founder of SIDNEY AIR COOLING TECHNOLOGIES in Anchorage.

He was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2011 and told the AP he was not sure when to stop working. 

“I was like, ‘Man, I can’t believe it.

I don’t want to do this.

I can barely get by,'” Williams said. 

But he did. 

In 2012, Williams said he was in his 30s when his daughter, a high school teacher, died in her home in Alaska. His wife, Marilyn, died of lung cancer three years later.

Williams, who had been working at the facility, was charged with her murder and died in a prison hospital in March. 

The air conditioner maker said Williams had to stop work in 2013 to deal with medical issues, including pneumonia, pneumonia and liver failure. 

It also said he had to turn himself in to the Alaska Highway Patrol after the company said he could not drive the car to the airport. 

As part of the plea deal, Williams will not face any criminal charges. 

 The Air Conditioner Techs said Williams has been placed on administrative leave. 

They said they are “devastated” by the news and want Williams to receive the proper support for his wife’s death.

“We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to the family, friends, and employees of Sidney C. Siddo Air Conditioners, and wish him the very best in his future endeavors,” SASCO said in a statement. 

Last year, Williams was placed on paid leave after he allegedly raped and killed his wife, who was an assistant professor at the university.

Williams pleaded guilty to rape, forcible rape and first-degree murder charges in February 2016. 

He also was convicted of tampering with evidence. 

After the case was resolved, Williams’ wife, an assistant teaching assistant at the University of Alaska Anchorage, was diagnosed with pneumonia and died from lung cancer.

Williams said he did not want to be “the first person to be hurt” and he told investigators he had not been drinking at the time. 

While the AP interviewed Williams, he declined to speak to reporters outside of court. 

Alaska Gov.

Bill Walker told the news organization he had “great confidence” in Williams’ handling of the case. 

“[Williams] has been the face of the air conditioning business, and we need that for our state,” Walker said.