So like we were talking in the last article, this town is packed with crazy tourists celebrating Carnaval week.
There are a bunch of parades going on this weekend, along with some fireworks and a whole lot of partying.
I am not into partying anymore as I have done it so many times in bars and clubs that it no longer interests me. I would rather sit home with a good book and a cup of green tea with my cats, sitting beside a warm fireplace with some light jazz music playing in the background. We talked about HVAC equipment before and we will continue here with Ductless Mini-Split Systems: Ductless mini-split systems are heating and cooling systems that do not require ductwork. They consist of an outdoor unit and one or more indoor units, and they can be used to cool or heat individual rooms or areas. Ventilation Systems: Ventilation systems provide fresh air to the building while also removing stale air and pollutants. They can be either natural or mechanical, and they may include features such as heat recovery or energy recovery. Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers: Humidifiers add moisture to the air, while dehumidifiers remove it. These systems can help regulate indoor humidity levels, which can impact comfort and indoor air quality. In summary, there are several types of HVAC equipment that can be used to regulate indoor temperature, humidity, and air quality. The right choice for a particular building will depend on factors such as the size and layout of the building, the climate, and the building’s energy efficiency goals. An HVAC professional can help determine the best system for a particular application.