Window air conditioners are an economical alternative

With a cordless remote, making adjustments to temperature and fan speed is as easy as the tap of a button

I’ve found that a window air conditioner is an economical alternative to central air conditioning. Due to the weather in my local area, we don’t really need to cool down the whole house in the summer. The hot and humid weather doesn’t linger for more than a couple of months. Sometimes our summers are rainy and cold. When the weather is nice and warm, my family spends the majority of our time outside enjoying it. We don’t use the house for much other than sleeping at night. Trying to sleep in an overheated and sticky environment is nearly impossible. I’ve installed air conditioners into the windows. While there are models that cost anywhere from one hundred to a thousand dollars, I was able to take advantage of a sale at a local home improvement store. For two hundred dollars each, I bought a window unit for all four bedrooms. These cooling units are wonderfully compact and lightweight. Everything I needed to complete installation was included in the package. I simply followed the step-by-step instructions and had the units in place in a matter of minutes. Despite their small size, the air conditioners are plenty powerful enough to handle the square footage of the bedrooms. We have them programmed to start up shortly before we head to bed. With a cordless remote, making adjustments to temperature and fan speed is as easy as the tap of a button. Not only do the air conditioners maintain a perfectly cool sleeping environment, but they circulate the air and filter out contaminants. Our bedrooms stay cleaner and are healthier.

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