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Ac does more than keep you cool
For most people, the most important function of an air conditioner is its cooling power. However, cooling is really only one of the 3 vital functions of an air conditioning system. Here is a brief description of these three functions.
Naturally, keeping indoor air cool and comfortable is the top priority of any air conditioning system. Depending on the size of the space being cooled and the architecture of the building, you may be able to choose between central air, a window air conditioning unit, or ductless air conditioning for a residential property. Large commercial buildings often require special roof systems to provide powerful and reliable cooling.
Another very important function of an air conditioner is the dehumidification of indoor air. Even in dry regions like Southern California, moisture can get trapped inside a home or business, making the air inside it much more humid than the air outside. Fortunately, the same process that creates cooled air inside the air conditioning unit also dehumidifies that air. This dehumidifying action is why air conditioning units must have drains to remove the water they condense from the air.
Finally, air conditioning is important for ventilation. Whether you have central air conditioning or a window or wall unit, your air conditioner will help circulate the air inside your home to keep spaces from feeling stuffy. You can even run your air conditioner on fan mode instead of cool mode if indoor temperatures are comfortable and you just want some cool air to circulate around your home. By running the air conditioner on fan mode instead of opening a window, you get the benefit of the air conditioning unit's filter trapping any outdoor allergens like pollen that may be trying to sneak in. What should you take into account when buying an air conditioner?
What size room are you cooling?
To determine the best air conditioner for your space, you first need to know a little about BTUs. A BTU (British Thermal Unit) is a rating used to determine the heating (or in the case of an air conditioner, the cooling capacity) of an appliance. As a general rule of thumb, we recommend that you purchase an air conditioner with a minimum of 7,000 BTUs, as this is the minimum required to cool even a small room (18 m²) on a hot day. Medium rooms (24 m2) need about 9,000 BTUs, and larger spaces (36 m2) require about 15,000 BTUs. A 9,000 BTU air conditioner is a solid choice for most residential homes, as it's powerful enough to cool living rooms, bedrooms, and common areas without draining your bank account.
Energy efficiency and running costs
Speaking of operating costs, your next concern should be the model's energy efficiency rating. The higher the rating, the lower the running costs. A++ is the most economical and G the least economical. While a higher-end model may cost a little more money up front, it will save you a lot of money in the long run.
Key Features and Functions
When making the decision on which air conditioner to buy, you should consider its key features and functions. Is a timer important to you? Do you want remote access so you can control your air conditioner from afar? Consider how important these special features are to you before making a decision.
Where do you plan to place the unit?
Finally, you should also consider where you plan to place your unit. Venting is likely to dictate the location of your air conditioning unit, as it should be near a vent or window.