Some Tips When Choosing Portable Air Conditioning Units To Combat The Summer Heat

Fuengirola, Espana (PressExposure) April 11, 2012 -- If it is not feasible to install air conditioning simply because the property does not belong to you, or it is not viable in that particular building; a portable air conditioner is a solution for cooling you down in the summer heat, so why suffer summer heat when this option can be the answer to the problem.

A lot of consumers have the mindset that bigger is better, when choosing most appliances for the home, this is not necessarily true. Portable air conditioning units of course come in different sizes, and when thinking of purchasing a portable unit it is imperative you get the right size.

The first thing you will need to think about is where you will be using the conditioner, maybe a living room, the bedroom, or conservatory, you will need to size the air conditioner accordingly. Today most portable air conditioners will have a guide to the maximum area that they can cool, and it is important you heed this information.

Think about the room or rooms you want to cool, do they get a lot of sun, and if so, you will want a more powerful conditioner for this area, on the other hand is the room shady, in this case you might be able to get away with something slightly less powerful. An important fact is to take into account how many people will be using the portable air conditioning; this is a vital fact when more than two people are in the room at the same time.

Which ever portable you choose you cannot escape the fact that any conditioner will make a noise when it is running, thus you need to find an air conditioner that fits in with what you can handle in terms of noise, remember this will depend where you are using the unit, for example in a living space the TV will cover up its operating noise, but if you are using in a bedroom, you will want a unit that is as quiet as possible.

Other things to consider are how exactly does a portable air conditioner operate? Some portables will collect condensation in a tank and you will need to empty as it fills up, while other portable conditioners are evaporative, thus you will not have to worry about this, and also some units will require some kind of venting to the outside. Another factor is look at the controls, some units will have the controls on the unit while others will have a remote control, different models will have the ability to set a timer to turn on and off, also temperature settings and so on.

A spokesman for Climachill air conditioning specialists located on the South coast of the UK said, "Our portable units are the best on the market, and with these units we offer the latest technological advances in portable air conditioning. We have ranges from 12,000 btu's to a huge 25,000 btu's in cooling and heating mode, and come complete with the latest technological breakthrough for portable units, the 'self evaporative water recycling' this simply means the unit re-uses approximately 75% of the water it creates, this obviously results in lower power consumption and is better for the environment. Check us out online we offer the best prices you will find anywhere".

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Press Release Submitted On: April 11, 2012 at 5:15 am
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