Window AC / September 3, 2018 / Francoise Salmons
A window air conditioner in my opinion is a last resort for air conditioning your house or building. There are many down sides to window air conditioning units. There are two good things that window air conditioners have going for them. They are very inexpensive when it comes to cost per BTU of cooling. They also install very quickly and easily. That is where the good part of them ends. Window air conditioners are security risks. If a thief wants to get into your house the thin sheet metal box that holds the unit in the window can easily be pulled apart to get in through the window.
This will help you determine the amount of BTU s necessary to cool your room adequately. For example an 8000 BTU unit will cool a room up to about 350 square feet. Another thing to consider when buying a window unit is any special features that come with the unit. In particular most window units include louvers that let you direct airflow programmable timers so that you can set the unit to turn off or on when you wish and energy efficient features like multiple fan speeds. Many units also come standard with a remote control so that you can adjust the temperature from across the room.
Window air conditioners are the most common type of air conditioning units. It is also the most cost-effective solution of the microclimate problem though its the oldest one. One unit combines all the elements: compressor heat exchanger and fan. To choose the right window air conditioner to define the most appropriate type of device the manufacturer and consider all the requirements moreover to have the quality meeting the price you should consult a specialist.Though you can find the optimal solution by yourself having taken a rapid glance at your house.