1) Energy Consumption of Portable Air Conditioner –
It is a known fact that the average air conditioner uses a lot of electricity, seeing as this is a major part of life for most people; the efficiency of the ideal air conditioner has become a public issue. A portable air conditioner ensures that, with an Energy Efficiency Ratio of 7 or 8, it is on the low spectrum of Energy Efficiency.
The average portable air conditioners have a noise level of around 50 decibels. This can be compared to the loudness of most refrigerators. Hence it is widely considered as the ideal option for the air conditioning in a study and is used in many libraries.
3) The Reasonable Cost of a portable ac unit –
Although seemingly expensive, the fact that the portable air conditioner is such an efficient appliance ensures that its flexibility trumps that of the fixed unit. As a result of this, in the long run, it ends up costing much less than the fixed unit. While a window air conditioner is sometimes cheaper than a portable set up, you do have to deal with the hassle of installing brackets on your windowsill to anchor the machine. That isn’t necessary with a portable ac.
4) Upkeep is easy –
The maintenance of a portable air conditioner is practically as easy as the set up and operation. The main thing to know is that to operate a portable air conditioner the initial venting must be done meaning venting the exhaust hose with a venting kit.
Here is our favorite Kenmore portable ac unit. You can pick one up at your local Sears or online.