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Simple Ways to Follow in Buying the Right Portable Air Conditioner

Updated on January 21, 2015

If there is one thing that you must never forget to install inside your house, it should be an air conditioner. When the weather is too hot, it is very important to still make your home feel cool. Most people however, tend to think that installing an air conditioning unit can be very expensive. Sometimes, you may even need to have several units for the different rooms inside your house. If you choose therefore to use the ordinary air conditioning, you will also need to spend more money. Good news is that, you can spend lesser amount of money by choosing to have a portable room air conditioner.

This portable AC works just the same as the split AC that need to be attached to the wall. Actually, an air conditioning unit with portable function has more benefits than the ordinary one though they both are good at making your room cool. This time, we would like to share the benefits that you can actually get from using an air conditioning unit with a portable system. Here are some of the benefits that you can gain:

  • It comes with a simple design that will allow you to put it anywhere you want.
  • Since this is portable, you do not need to buy any other air conditioners as you can simply put this system anywhere you would like to cool.
  • Maintenance is also easier as compared to the ordinary one.

Choosing the Right Size is Important

We all know that it is better to have a portable AC inside the house, however, there are a few things to consider before buying one. To be able to get the maximum results when using a portable cooling system, it is important to get the right size. Since many people are still not knowledgeable on how to get the right size, we are giving you these guidelines for you to get the perfect portable air conditioner for your home. A few of the methods that you can use are:

  • Look at the BTU value and make sure that you choose the correct one for your needs. British thermal unit or BTU is the value that calculates how fast an air conditioner can make a certain room cool. The advisable minimum value of BTU is 5.000 to ensure that your room will get cool fast.
  • Get one that has the right size and weight so you can easily move it around.
  • Needless to say, you are also concern with the electric consumption when buying a portable air conditioning unit. Should you want to have a cooling unit that can really make your room cooler, you need to be prepared with a higher electricity consumption as it can also influences the BTU value.

These things are just some of the most important considerations when buying your own portable cooling unit. If you are curious to get Portable AC unit for your room, you may go to our online site and also

Supported Room Size (square feet)
5000 BTU
6500 BTU
7000 BTU
8000 BTU
9000 BTU
10000 BTU
12000 BTU
14000 BTU
16000 BTU

If there are another heating factor, consider to increase the BTU


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