Guide to Buy an Air Conditioner (AC)
How to Buy an Air Condtioner Guide(AC)
While it might not bother you to run down to the local store and buying a soccer ball or new ice chest spur of the moment most people would prefer to research their options before making a larger purchase such as a new air conditioner.
1. Determine the type of Air Conditioner is best suited for your needs.
2. Determine the size of Air Conditioner that you will need for your room or home.
3. Determine how high of an Air Conditioner Efficiency you want. Air conditioners are rated for energy efficiency with a SEER or EER number. (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating) Typcially ranging from 8 to as high as 18 on highly efficient central ac units the higher the (S)EER rating the more energy efficient the model is and the lower your cost to operate it.
4. Read reviews on Air Conditioners to see which are highly rated. Checking consumer watchgroups and appliance reviewers may save you from making a mistake on a air conditioner that is too noisy or is not as good at cooling.
5. Don't forget some of the options you may have to consider.
6. Installing your new Air Conditioner. Installing a window or portable ac unit shouldn't be too much trouble if you follow the directions but what about a central or split unit? This is likely best tackled by a professional. You can get up to three pre-screened competing air conditioning experts to evaluate your home by contacting CoolingHeatingSmith . They will schedule the appointments for you at a time that fits your schedule and follow up to make certain you are getting the help you need.
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