With a Heat Advisory in effect in southeast Michigan, it’s safe to say that many people will be seeking out ways to beat the heat – including cranking up their air conditioners.
Weather is the number one cause of higher electric bills, especially as air conditioning usage increases along with rising outdoor temperatures.
The extreme heat means a day off for some of Detroit’s summer school students.
About 5,000 DTE customers are still without electricity and air conditioning Wednesday morning, mostly in Hazel Park and Redford.
With record high temperatures in the forecast, Metro Detroit air conditioners are working overtime, and a few simple tips will help make sure the system is running top-notch.
Paul Van Dorn, the shop manager for Village Ford’s service department, shares car care tips to help maintain and keep your car cool in hot weather.
Greenhouse gas friendly air-conditioning.
General Motors Co. will introduce a new greenhouse gas-friendly air-conditioning refrigerant in 2013 Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac models in the U.S. that keeps vehicle interiors as cool as today while reducing heat-trapping gases in […]