For those who do not have an installed air conditioning system, more often than not the mind-set is that they may never be used, this of course is not the case, yes an installed system could be that step too far, but why not consider portable air conditioning units (http://www.climachill.co.uk/
A portable air conditioner can be used summer or winter and more importantly are more cost efficient, you can save around 40% on your energy bills. If you research these units you will find most valuable information on what is new on the market offering high tech solutions.
The buzz word in the air conditioning arena is ‘heat pump technology’ this simply means that the unit can be run in reverse, thus cooling in the summer and heating in the winter. Portable air conditioners are extremely energy efficient, just consider this, if you delve into the workings of any appliance you will be able to make judgements on this information, for example for standard heating you have to input 1kw of electrical power to receive 1kw of heating, but with heat pump technology you input 1kw of power to receive 4kw of heating, come on, anyone can see that heating your room is going to be 4 times more efficient and 4 times cheaper to run.
Don’t be left shivering simply because you are afraid of huge bills for electric fires etc., and just don’t switch the heating on, it makes sense to consider portable air conditioning you will have an appliance that is ‘fit for purpose’ both in the summer and winter.
With hot summers and cold damp winters air conditioning is becoming a necessity in homes across the UK, we want to be cool, in the summer warm in the winter and of course deal with the humidity. With new technology air conditioning units are the most energy-efficient method to cool and heat your home at a far less running cost.
A spokesman for Climachill air conditioning specialists located on the South coast of the UK said, “we of course install air conditioning and supply portable units all over the UK, our new generation units with ‘self-evaporative’
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