Island Cooling Comes To Maui – Aloha Friday

It’s Aloha Friday! It’s time for that “Talk Story” kind post started by Kalani at An Island Life, where we ask questions and answer, as we visit and meet bloggy friends around. While at the Maui County Fair, I stopped by thus Island Cooling booth and thought, of a question to ask. My question is:

Do you have Air Conditioning (AC) system in your house and do you use it?
Another question if you wis to answer is – how about fans? do you have them in your house? do you use them and how often?

Now, check out this Island Cooling System photo I took at the Maui County Fair. I will go back there today to explore more about it. Living on Kihei, I think I would want something like this in our house, won’t you?


Thank you to those of you who answered in the comment section. Happy Aloha Friday to all!

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12 Responses to Island Cooling Comes To Maui – Aloha Friday

  1. AuntieE October 2, 2009 at 5:39 am #

    Yes, we do have AC. It is always on and maintains the temp at 75. Our is automatic will turn on the air or heat whichever is needed.
    .-= AuntieE´s last blog ..Aloha Friday – Gadgets =-.

  2. Shelly October 2, 2009 at 6:26 am #

    We have central Ac in our house and I am thankful for it! Growing up, we never had A/C and always had fans. We usually keep our settings around 70.
    .-= Shelly´s last blog ..Aloha Friday: Comfy Jeans =-.

  3. Stefany October 2, 2009 at 6:49 am #

    We have central air and we definitely use it. We have a few kids with allergies and it gets super humid here so it is necessary.

    We also have ceiling fans in all the bedrooms and family room.
    .-= Stefany´s last blog ..Aloha Friday: Blog Name =-.

  4. Sues2u2 October 2, 2009 at 6:54 am #

    Got the ac. It’s a must for so Az. We also have fans though that help us to keep the temp higher & yet still feel comfy. I would not want one of the whole house fans due to the amount of dust that is out here.

    We are looking into getting a windmill & some solar banks so that I can keep the ac down lower! *g*
    .-= Sues2u2´s last blog ..Aloha Friday =-.

  5. blueviolet October 2, 2009 at 9:30 am #

    I use the A/C and I have to run it all summer because of my son’s allergies.

    We use ceiling fans upstairs because the A/C can’t quite cool that as well.
    .-= blueviolet´s last blog ..Aloha Friday: Scrub a Dub Dub =-.

  6. TheAngelForever October 2, 2009 at 10:46 am #

    We live in a VERY old house. We have radiators and no central AC (something I grew up with). We have fans all over the house and also window AC’s for when it is extremely hot and humid.
    .-= TheAngelForever´s last blog ..Hockey game memories =-.

  7. JamericanSpice October 2, 2009 at 12:08 pm #

    We have A/c and do use it for the hot times, but it’s set to 82. so it only comes on when the heat inside the house gets to 82 or sometimes 81

    In the winter it’s set low 70s.

    We do have over head fans, but don’t use them. Very rarely!
    .-= JamericanSpice´s last blog ..Aloha Friday: Fingers dance =-.

  8. Marie October 2, 2009 at 1:24 pm #

    We have a/c and use it in the hot summer although we try to conserve by not keeping it set to really cold. We also have a couple ceiling fans which are nice to have also.
    .-= Marie´s last blog ..Aloha Friday =-.

  9. noelle d October 2, 2009 at 1:48 pm #

    yes, to both…
    my mom could not function without either one! lol
    .-= noelle d´s last blog ..Aloha Friday #4 =-.

  10. Becca October 2, 2009 at 8:01 pm #

    No a/c unfortunately..and only one fan in the whole house!
    .-= Becca´s last blog ..Aloha Friday #21 =-.

  11. kailani October 2, 2009 at 8:35 pm #

    I use my A/C pretty much 24/7. I have a hard time functioning when I’m hot. 🙂
    .-= kailani´s last blog ..Dress-Up with Aeromax Toys =-.


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