Window AC / September 14, 2018 / Aubrette Dumoulin
Air conditioners are old-timers among climatic equipment which provide comfortable conditions for living. The first window air conditioning system was invented in America in 1930s. Such devices became widespread at once due to their simple design low price and rather high power thus making the cooling of individual rooms possible. Buy your conditioner as per the appropriate BTU. It is a measurement of energy abbreviated as BTU which stands for British Thermal Unit. For this purpose you will be required to find the correct BTU of your room. BTU is proportional to the amount of heat a window conditioner will remove from a room.
If you spend over $300 on an air conditioner the quality and value increases dramatically. The air conditioners have a high EER and BTU capacity and are capable of cooling large spaces very quickly. Spend $600 or more and youll be purchases a super deluxe model that will probably cool your entire first floor living area. Odds are that if you own an air conditioner you own a window unit. These are the most popular types - both in the US and globally - available today. Window air conditioner units are so popular because they are inexpensive (running anywhere from $150-$600) and take up no floor space in your home because they sit on your windowsill.
So what you should do? The best thing to do is to check out the sound levels on your window unit before you make your purchase. All air conditioners come with labels specifying the decibels generated by the unit. A high number means a loud machine. For example a unit with a rating of 50 Decibels is 10 times louder than one rated 40 Decibels. The smartest thing to do is to go to a big box store like Target or Walmart and listen to an air conditioner before you buy it. Even if you are looking at a different brand it is important to get a sense of how loud the Decibel ratings are for you. You can do this best by listening to different ac units running.