In the UK because of the unpredictability of the English weather it is by far a better option to purchase a portable air conditioner, so it can be wheeled out whenever the need arises. These units are very versatile; they can offer the consumer hot air in the winter months and cool air on hot summer days.
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Air conditioning for many years was only seen in shopping centres and big commercial buildings, but the need to cool one’s home is nothing new, there was all sorts of ways people cooled a house on hot steamy days. In certain parts of the world underground homes were built, or houses built in the side of the mountains and hills, thus making for a cool home in the heat of the summer, in fact you can still see these houses today in countries like Spain.
The British people have not gone to that extreme as our weather does not require these steps, furthermore our landscape and authorities would not permit, having said that, houses in the Victorian era were huge, with high ceilings and nearly all town houses had basements, which were cool, as it is a fact that heat rises, thus a high ceiling would make more space for cool air to take the place of hot air rising, also basements were nice and cool, which must have been good for those in service many years ago.
The modern home in the UK is built like many generic homes around the country, and rooms can get very hot in the summer months, thus the need for some sort of cooling, and what more versatile than portable air conditioning, at lease with these appliances you can move around the house just where it needs cooling, plug in and switch on, furthermore you can even take the unit with you on holiday in a touring caravan, or motor-home, and get relief from hot humid nights especially if touring around Europe.
A spokesman for Climachill air conditioning specialists located on the South coast of the UK said “portable air conditioners are becoming very popular with the great British public; the only mistake people make is they wait until the weather gets too hot to manage and rush out and buy off the shelf, which is no good. The consumer needs help and advice to buy the unit that will be the right size for the space they want to cool, go online and check us out, air conditioning is our business”.
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