Window Air Conditioners
- 700- 1,000 sq. ft. coverage area
- Remote control included
- Three (3) fan speeds
- Weight: 117 lbs.
- Dimensions: 16.1" H x 22.6" W x 23" D
- Energy Star certified
- Effortless™ Remote Temperature Control
- Ready-Select® Controls
- Weight: 122 lbs
- Dimensions: 18.63" H x 26.5" W x 26.5" D
- Tilt-out anti-microbial filter to clean air
- Quick, 3-speed fan for cooling flexibility
- Electronic Ready-Select controls
- Min/max window width: 31" / 42"
- Dimensions: 18-5/8" H x 26-1/2" W x 26-1/2" D
- Strong 23,800 to 24,000 BTU’s of cooling power
- Easily cools space up to 1,200 sq ft
- Efficient to save you money throughout its life
- Weight: 191 lbs
- Dimensions: 20 3/16”H x 28”W x 35 1/2”D
- Remote control
- Dehumdification: 6.8 pts/hr
- (3) Cool Settings
- Weight: 130 lbs
- Dimensions: 17.69" H x 26" W x 28" D
- 24,000 BTU’s of cooling
- 13,000 BTU’s heating power
- Easily treats space up to 1,200 sq ft
- Weight: 153 lbs
- Dimensions: 17 15/16”H x 25 15/16”W x 29”D
Window Air Conditioners: Stay Cool & Comfortable
Despite the fact that many places experience hot summers, not every home is equipped with an air conditioning system to keep your indoor air at a comfortable level. This can make summers very hot and sticky for those who do not have access to an air conditioner. If your home does not have the luxury of some sort of central air system, a window air conditioner could be the answer to your warm woes. This type of A/C unit is designed to fit within your window and basically blow cool air into the home. Some advantages that you might see with such a unit include ease of installation, low cost of energy, and their overall affordability.
When a central air conditioning system needs to be installed in a home, it usually means that there is a lot of ductwork and home structure work that needs to be completed. It is basically a remodeling process until the system is fully installed, which can put a large dent in your wallet and schedule. One of the main benefits of a window air conditioner is that it does not require extensive installation. Many are fairly slim and will not take up the entirety of the window in which you choose to install it. You should be able to install the unit on your own by following the directions. This usually involves adjusting the unit into your window safely and making sure the unit has a power source.
Large air conditioning systems can end up costing quite a bit of money to operate. In addition, a lot of air might go into rooms that are rarely used or occupied. By placing them in a window that is closest to the areas you want cooled, you could actually save a lot of money over some other types of air conditioning.
Instead of spending the time and money on installing a central air system, for a fraction of the cost you can get a new window air conditioning unit that still meets your needs and, as mentioned above, costs less to operate. Other benefits of a window air conditioner includes automatic settings that allow the conditioner to start and stop when desired, and the ability to use remote controls with certain units. If you live in an area that gets both cold and warm, we would recommend buying a window unit that offers both heating and cooling options.
A window air conditioner is a very efficient and convenient appliance that cools your home for a fraction of the cost that a central air system would take. Window units are fairly affordable to purchase and operate, and you should be able to install it in your home with very little effort. Once you know the width of the window where the air conditioner will go, you can really start narrowing down your search for the perfect unit.