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A report from PricewaterhouseCoopers has revealed that air conditioning is one of the least expensive parts of the home and can be a lifesaver.
The report, published on Monday, found that the average Australian home requires between two and four hours of heating and cooling time to maintain the air quality.
“The average Australian homes air quality can vary from good to very good depending on the location, type of home, and the climate,” Pricewater’s Andrew McBride wrote in a blog post.
“Air conditioning is not only an essential component of home life, but can also play an important role in maintaining health and quality of life for Australians.”
It found that “in most cases, the air conditioner is not required, and there is no need for a dedicated home air conditioners.”
The report said that “even if air conditioning can be installed, it should not be the main reason for the installation”.
Air conditioning should be considered only as a last resort, according to Pricewater.
The study also said that people living in the south-west of the country should consider air conditioning.
The survey found that people in the Sydney metropolitan area had the highest levels of asthma, while people living around the Sunshine Coast in the state of Queensland had the lowest.
“This means that those living in south-western Australia may not be able to install air conditioning if they live in the inner city,” the report said.
“People living in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne have the lowest levels of respiratory symptoms, while those living around Perth and Canberra have the highest.”
The survey also found that Australians who live in Melbourne have a lower risk of dying from asthma than those who live near Sydney.
A new study by the Australian Research Council found that if air pollution were to disappear, Australia would have the most polluted cities in the world.
Researchers at the Australian National University said that the country’s air pollution levels would be comparable to those of places such as New Zealand, the US, and Japan.
A previous report from the Australian Institute of Public Health (AIPH) said that there was a higher risk of asthma and other respiratory conditions among people living near the country, with a higher incidence of asthma rates among people in regional areas.
“Overall, air pollution is linked to asthma, and many studies suggest that air pollution increases the risk of developing asthma and exacerbates asthma,” AIPH’s research director, Professor James Cairns, said.
But the researchers said that these risks were higher among people with asthma and the researchers didn’t know why.