Federal Program: The Coolest You Should Keep Your House Is 78 DegreesA federal program recommended a shocking temperature to keep your house while you're awake and home.
'I'm Gonna End Up Dying': Senior Citizens Without Air Conditioning At Aliquippa Apartment BuildingDozens of people in an Aliquippa apartment building, including senior citizens and people coping with medical problems, are sweating through the late May heat without air conditioning.
Switch To New Refrigerant Likely To Boost Cost For ConsumersWith a string of 80-degree days ahead, chances are good your air conditioner will get lots of use.
More Hot & Humid Weather Expected TodayMonday was hot and humid and that won’t change much in the near future.
Summer Heat Is Leaving Some Pittsburghers MiserablePeople are doing what they can to beat the heat as Pittsburgh braces for a week of hot days.
New Regulations Raise The Cost Of Keeping CoolIf you need to have coolant added to your air conditioner this summer, brace yourself. You might be in for a shock because the price of staying cool is about to go up.
Fire Out At Allegheny General HospitalFirefighters put out a fire on the roof of Allegheny General Hospital. Smoke could be seen coming from the south tower.
Geothermal Cuts Consumers’ Heating, Cooling BillsIf you want an eco-friendly replacement for your old, electric heat pump that could end up cutting your home cooling and heating bills in half, then a Geothermal system just may be the way to go.
Consumers Encouraged To Conserve Energy On Hot DaysWater - whether you are drinking it or getting in it - is one way to deal with the heat. The other is air conditioning. The problem with that is as people come home for work, there is a spike in power usage - all about the same time.