In addition to providing cooling air portable air conditioners are designed to also enhance air quality which can make you feel better as well as cooler. Such units come with built in facilities to ensure you achieve the correct temperature and humidity to enhance the air quality of whichever room you happen to be occupying at the time as they can be easily moved from room to room.
Using a portable air conditioner in your home can enable you to create a healthy environment not only resulting in cool, clean fresh air but also helping towards preventing mould and fungus.
By buying portable air conditioning as opposed to a fully installed system you may also save a lot of money, simply because you do not have to cool all your rooms in the house, only cool the room that you are currently using.
Portable air conditioning units can work towards ventilating and dehumidifying a room. They also help to reduce humidity levels, and by filtering the air can also remove day-to-day smoke, fungus, bacteria and viruses. Increasing the quality of the air with the use of one of these units can be helpful for asthma and allergy sufferers as they can benefit from clean and healthy air.
Installing a central air conditioning system is a lengthy and expensive job, whether in a home or an office, but because of their compact size portable air conditioning units are becoming very popular in households that do not have too much space, because unlike split air conditioners, portables do not take up much space. The installation of central air conditioning can also be expensive as it is permanent whereas portable units can be taken with you when you move house – this can be especially important to consider if you are renting your home.
Portable air conditioning units can also be easily transported to a holiday cottage, caravan or barge while on holiday; in fact it can be your best friend if you are considering taking your motor-home or touring caravan to sunnier climes.
Portable air conditioners come in many different sizes and are available in small, medium or large, thus it is advisable to measure where you want to place your unit so you can get the one that is ‘fit for purpose’.
A spokesman for Climachill air conditioning specialists located on the South Coast of the UK said “sizes for portable units vary from 5000 BTU (British Thermal Units) to 14000 BTU and can go up to 60000 BTU, so it is best to get advice on what unit is best for you. Some people worry about noise, but with the latest technology the noise is kept to a minimum level, also with the ‘self-evaporative technology’ makes the portable unit a very attractive proposition for any householder. More and more consumers are looking to the cheapest and most efficient way to keep cool in summer and a portable unit ticks all the boxes”.
For further information visit: www.climachill.co.uk