With so many kinds of air conditioning systems out there, choosing the right one for your space can be an overwhelming task. In this blog, we will be discussing the different kinds of air conditioners available in the market and how they're installed.
Window Air Conditioners
Window air conditioners are the most commonly used unit for homes and apartments. They are installed in a single-window opening and are easy to install and remove. These units come in various sizes and cooling capacities, making them ideal for smaller spaces.
To install a window air conditioner, follow these steps:
Split Air Conditioners
Split air conditioners are a great option for larger spaces and commercial buildings. They consist of two parts: an indoor unit that is mounted on the inside wall and an outdoor unit that is placed outside the building. They are quieter and more energy-efficient than window units.
To install a split air conditioner, follow these steps:
Central Air Conditioners
Central air conditioners are ideal for large homes and commercial spaces since they provide cooling for the entire building. They consist of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit that is usually installed in the basement or utility room.
To install a central air conditioning system, follow these steps:
Portable Air Conditioners
Portable air conditioners are ideal for people who want to cool one room at a time and are not in a position to install a permanent air conditioning unit. These units are mobile and can be moved from room to room as needed.
To install a portable air conditioner, follow these steps:
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8 January 2024
Every summer, I agonized over energy bills that would shoot into the stratosphere as a result of my efforts to keep cool in the heat. Every time I turned the temperature down, my bills increased. This summer, I decided to take some of the control over my energy bill back. I installed reflective film on my windows that reduced the amount of light and heat coming into the house. I started serving more cold meals or asking my husband to barbecue outside, so that my air conditioner didn't have to compete with the hot stove, and I started doing laundry at night to reduce appliance heat in the house at peak times. I also had ceiling fans installed. So far, the difference in my bill has been tremendous. This blog is a way for me to explore other ways to reduce energy drain during the summer months.