A home, office or shop needs to be kept ventilated and cool in the hot summer months, thus making sure everyone feels comfortable and happy in their surroundings. Heat in the summer can be detrimental to health and ultimately can cause untold problems.
If a building is too hot the occupants can become dehydrated and feel unwell and for this reason the purchase of portable air conditioning units (http://www.climachill.co.uk/)
If you do not want to spend a shed load of money to have air conditioning installed, why not look at portable air conditioning (http://www.climachill.co.uk/
As with any item we buy it is always best to seek the advice of a specialist company for example air conditioning, there are so many models and sizes on the market you need to make sure you have the right size and model for your needs.
A reputable air conditioning specialist will guide you in the right direction to purchase exactly what will suit the area you need to cool or heat. Like anything you purchase you will need to know how it works, how much energy it will use, the cost and guarantees and any maintenance contract attached.
On the market today portable air conditioners have come a long way from the early days and now offer the latest technological advances in portable units. It does not matter what size area you wish to cool these units come in a range from 9,000 BTU’s to a huge 18,000 BTU’s in either cooling or heating mode, make sure to research what will be best for your home or office.
A portable air conditioner has the advantage of just being portable, it can be moved from room to room in fact exactly where you want cool air, and the other advantage is it will cool the area in use, instead of cooling rooms that are not used in the day.
A spokesman for Climachill air conditioning specialists located in Sussex on the South Coast of the UK said “we are happy to help consumers to choose the perfect unit for their needs; in fact we help so many customers with advice. We stock the innovative ‘self-evaporative water recycling’ units, these units run more efficiently and it re-uses the water to aid in the cooling process, which of course results in lower power consumption. Our units are suitable for commercial as well as domestic use and should not be compared to typical units found at DIY stores”.
If you are in the market for a portable unit then the best ‘tool’ to help you find exactly what is right for you is the Internet, do your homework first before you buy.
For further information visit: www.climachill.co.uk