What's the Average Temperature Central Air Conditioning Should Blow at?

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The average air conditioning temperature that central air should blow at would be 70 degrees. This is a neutral degree while most of the year, the outside temperature is not exceedingly 20 degrees more or less than 70. Twenty degrees is an important number to remember. No matter how good the system, the house can not be cooled or heated to well below or above 20 degrees of the outside temperature. It will just work harder trying, and cost lots of money.
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