Portable Air Conditioner Buyer Guide is a relatively simple unit, but there are different features that you might be interested in. The first feature to consider is the size of the space you need to cool. We offer a very simple graphic at the buyers guide us to show the general idea of air conditioning room size required for different sizes.
We also offer a head to head Portable Air Conditioner Comparison Chart that will allow you to evaluate the price and features on all our portable air conditioner. Or to look at our overall Portable Air Conditioner Buyer Guide section, click here. Some other features that we feel is important to consider are:
* Drip drip vs. No. portable air conditioner models. Drip is generally more expensive models, but will have a small tray that must be emptied every 24-48 hours. No drip Portable Air Conditioner did not produce any excess water. This model is usually more expensive.
* Single vs. Dual exhaust portable air conditioner exhaust. Dual exhaust portable air conditioning units offer the benefits of clean air circulation in the area you are trying to cool off and cool down faster than the exhaust of one unit.
* Multi-Functional Portable AC. Stand alone vs. Portable AC and Portable heater and lowering vs. AC. Determining whether a heater or dehumidifier is an important feature for you before buying.
Buying the right size portable air conditioner is the most important thing to consider. Currently, the largest air conditioner portable category that we have is 12,000 to 14,000 BTU. This air conditioner will cool up to 400-550 square feet. However, that does not mean you automatically have to buy the largest model possible for your room. You’ll save money on electricity by finding the right portable air conditioner for your home. For more detailed analysis of the BTU requirements please visit our section on calculating the size of a portable air conditioner.
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