Window AC / August 27, 2018 / Francoise Salmons
Why are window air conditioners so loud? Well the reason is simple: because the entire air conditioner - the compressor the condenser and the fans - are all located in one single unit. By contrast with a split ac and a central air conditioner the compressor and condenser are installed outside of your home. That means that in those units the loudest parts arent in your home. With a window unit however the noisiest parts of the unit are inside your home. This can be a minor annoyance. It may mean that you have to turn up the volume on the tv to hear it. But it can also mean sleepless nights if your window air conditioner in your bedroom is deafening.
Slowly lessen your grip on it. If the conditioner wobbles the sash is not down tightly enough. After it is secured put in the foam provided around all cracks. You may have to use extra strips of paper towel to really make it tight. This will keep bugs from entering. Plug it in and turn it on. Looking for a GE Window Air Conditioner can be tough as youll soon see there are many General Electric products on the market. GE builds room ac units to accommodate the needs of every consumer whether you need to cool a small room or an entire home.
You can not block the air conditioner with curtains for example; otherwise the comfort will be created between the window and curtains but not in the room. Less effective in a larger room. Sometimes price is much the same as of the split-system. One must admit window air conditioners design more compact and reliable compared to split-system. Window air conditioning system consists of a single case. This so-called monoblock is mounted into the window opening or wall. The conditioner case is a big box assembled from metal plastic panels of white gray light brown or other pastel colors. All the filling of indoor and outdoor units of split-system (evaporator condenser compressor fan etc.) is inside the case. There are no any external connecting tubes.