Investing in a portable air conditioner can save us money, firstly the outlay of installation, as portables do not need this, the saving comes in when we are able to wheel a portable unit around and use it exactly where it is needed.
Popularity of portable air conditioning units has grown over the years, the reason being they are small, convenient, and more importantly can be easily moved around anywhere in the house or office when the need arises.
More than just a luxury home-appliance, portable air conditioners have become an essential piece of equipment in getting through hot, sultry, and sticky days, also can provide comfortable heat in the winter months.
When thinking about the purchase of a portable unit this is one time you don’t go full speed ahead and just rush and buy the first portable unit you see, find out all about what will be suitable for the area you need cooling.
The consumer needs to check out several things, and of course the most important thing to check out is the cooling ability, there are limits to how cold the room temperature can be made. When operating in a suitable sized room most air conditioners will cool to around 21c portable air conditioners are designed for peoples comfort, thus the ideal summer temperature for most people is around 21 to 24c.
Portable air conditioning today is an all dancing all singing system, some benefits that can be had with a portable unit is, running costs are low, some units will have a sleep setting, this of course can be used at night when you are sleeping, thus the air conditioner slows down the cooling process, saving money and energy.
Also check the fan speed settings, how many are offered on the unit, the more fan settings available means the better the energy saving will be. Ask a professional air conditioning specialist to explain to you about BTUs, most air conditioners have their capacity rated in British Thermal Units (BTU). A reputable company will work out for you exactly what you need a rule of thumb on how to work this out for yourself, is multiply length by width by height of the room to be cooled; this will equal the room’s cubic capacity. For example a room size of 12 by 15 by 10 feet will equal 1800 cubic feet, then multiply by 4 this will equal 7200, therefore, an air conditioner with 7200 btu/h or greater cooling capacity would be required.
A spokesman for Climachill air conditioning specialists located in Sussex on the South coast of the UK said “we will we happy to work out exactly what a customer needs to cool their home or office, we sell portable air conditioning units nationwide, and our portable units have a top quality Hitachi compressor which maximizes output yet minimizes noise. Put yourselves in our hands we will help and advise you”.
For further information visit: www.climachill.co.uk
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