Portable Units Suitable for Offices
Small business owners can rent air coolers during the summer months instead of installing and maintaining a central system. Keeping employees comfortable improves their productivity and the units can be installed in the rooms that are occupied the most. Employees are able to do their tasks without suffering in a hot and stuffy environment.
Some business owners have no choice other than to rent because the contract with the building’s owner prohibits tenants from installing any type of heating or cooling systems. Renting a mobile unit allows tenants to maintain a pleasant work environment without violating any terms of their rental contract.
Comparing Renting a Mobile Air Conditioner to Purchasing One
Once you install a central system, you are stuck with maintaining it regardless of how often you use it. If summers are variable in your location, you may experience a period where you do not need to use a cooling system and it is just taking up space. Renting portable units allows you to spend money on cooling costs only when you need it and the rental company is responsible for maintenance.
Unlike split and central air conditioning systems, mobile units require no professional installation When you rent a mobile system you save money on purchasing new equipment and having it installed in your home or office. Simply run the exhaust hose through a nearby window or balcony door and the unit is ready for use.
Depending on the unit, a mobile AC can provide better energy efficiency and cool a room even better than a standard central AC system.
Central systems do provide more air flow and are more effective at maintaining a constant temperature throughout the entire room, but portable units allow you to direct the cool air to exactly where you need it most without cooling every nook and cranny.
Renting a portable cooling system is an affordable way to cool the space in any room. Aside from the monthly rental cost, there are no additional fees for maintenance or installation.