You can save about 30% less in energy costs with air conditioners that carry an energy efficiency rating (EER), the higher the number the less in operating costs, for example an EER rating of 11 will cost less to operate than one with a rating of 6, thus making it more energy efficient.

 

Although a central air conditioning system may be best for some households, they can come with a high price tag and of course require professional installation, furthermore they cost more to operate than a portable air conditionerwould do.

You can save about 30% less in energy costs with air conditioners that carry an energy efficiency rating (EER), the higher the number the less in operating costs, for example an EER rating of 11 will cost less to operate than one with a rating of 6, thus making it more energy efficient.

 

Although a central air conditioning system may be best for some households, they can come with a high price tag and of course require professional installation, furthermore they cost more to operate than a portable air conditionerwould do.

 

There are different types of air conditioners, window mounted, wall mounted, and split ductless or mini air systems but when only a certain room or area of the home requires cooling, portable air conditioning unitsmay be the best choice.

 

Things to take into consideration when your mind is made up about air conditioning, will have to depend on how much installation you are prepared to do and where you want it, this of course may be an easy decision if you own your own house but for a tenant this may require a landlord’s approval.  The most important factor you will need to know is only buy air conditioners that have approved refrigerants.

 

Manufacturers usually provide recommended coverage for a given model, and buying portable air conditionersmust be adequate to cool the area this is very important.  Be careful to measure the area before you shop as under-sizing may be inadequate and oversizing will work against you as you will be paying for a benefit you may not need or use.  Consumer reports have recommended BTU’s for a given cooling area.

Work on the premise that a small room 5,000 – 6,000 BTU for 100-300 sq. ft. or 7,000 – 8,200 BTU for 250-550 sq. ft.  Of course larger rooms will need 9,800 to 12,500 BTU’s for 350-950 sq. ft. area.  When you have shopped around and found portable air conditioningyou like just confirm the coverage area for that cooling unit.

 

Portable units are so versatile and can be relocated in minutes to another room that needs cooling, and on today’s market some models are multifunction and can include dehumidifying, air purification also heating functions, and with castors, for some, these units can be the perfect choice.

 

Portable air conditioning units are perfect for those suffering from allergies, as the filters are very easy to change and replace.  The filters are the most important component of the system for allergy sufferers, as they aid in the removal of allergens such as animal dander, dust, pollen or general bacteria in the air.

 

A spokesman for Climachill air conditioning specialists located on the South coast of the UK said “the benefits of portable units are many, there is very little maintenance or complicated parts to figure out and more importantly no repairs are needed, of course you will have to clean the filter every couple of weeks which is very easy to do. We are not simply a company selling air conditioning products, we understand all aspects of air conditioning, furthermore all of our engineers are fully qualified, we offer top quality portable units, and have personally visited factories from Europe to the Far East to bring the best energy efficient models to our customers”.

 

For further information visit:  www.climachill.co.uk