Some people feel that their only choice to have an air conditioning unit is to purchase an inexpensive portable ac unit that may not run consistently as well as a regular unit attached to a home.
The system is created to be ductless and is easy to quickly install. It is common to only install the units inside of living spaces where the most time is spent. This strategy allows the air temperature to be controlled in the rooms where time is spent most often instead of paying to cool the entire home. Lowering the electricity bill is an added benefit of using the split ac unit.
One of our favorite split ac units is the Pioneer Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioner. These are terrific at cooling and can be easily installed as a DIY project.
These new units work well in rooms that are added onto the exterior of the main building. A single unit an be placed outside and will run in conjunction with several other units placed inside. The interior units run independently of ones located in different rooms.
Units placed outside can be easily concealed from people who pass by. There are some minor disadvantages for installing a split style air conditioning system. Properly renters find that they do pay more up front when compared with a traditional style window air conditioner.
Property renters often report that it is a bit more expensive to keep several units running when compared with a central style air conditioner unit.
The disadvantages often are not any hindrance to installing the units any time of the year. Preparing in advance for the summers sweltering temperatures is best done in rental properties by installing products that will not cause long term damage.