Choosing the Best Air Conditioner for Your Needs
Whether you are renovating your current living space or setting up a new place, buying an air conditioner is what you might consider. There is quite a large selection of different conditioners all fitted for different room sizes and needs.
Do your homework before stepping into a shop and familiarize yourself with the different types of air conditioners. This will not only help you before your next step – defining your budget, but also will help you to use your living space for your advantage.
First of all, consider an inverter AC. NØRDIS Inverter ACs are more eco-friendly as it can modulate the speed of the compressor, as opposed to a standard split system that just cycles the compressor on and off to maintain temperature control. A censor in the invertor adjusts the power according to the temperature in the room, lowering the electrical consumption and saving energy.
Through the Wall AC are a bit more expensive and more complicated to install but is perfect for those who are setting up a new place and do not want to spend much for air conditioning. They are installed through a wall instead of a window and by their capacity are like window conditioners.
The easiest to use and install conditioners are probably portable AC. They are suited for a single room but can be easily moved from one room to another. Models called “ventless AC” do not require any ventilation. Even though some versions do require hot air to be vented out a window (or by some other means).
Another space-saving AC is Window Unit. They are fitted for different types of windows, are easy to install, and perfectly capable of cooling a single room. They are one of the cheapest AC so it will be perfect for those who are looking for the best cool air alternative on a small budget.
A more powerful option for a smaller place would be a ductless mini split AC. These AC include two parts: an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. Attached to a wall indoor unit is generating cool air while outdoor the outdoor unit powers the system and is mounted on an exterior wall or at ground level.
If you are building a new house and thinking about the overall conditioning system, your choice could be central conditioning system. With this system cold air runs through ducts that are behind walls and ceiling and cools an entire house at one time.
Your next step is defining your budget. AC price can vary from a few hundred to a few thousand, so a decent consideration of your needs is required.
Next up, to achieve what is best for your needs, think wisely about the space. Think of the physical space afforded to you as well as the structure of the room and calculate the size of your room to determine the right size AC unit.
Lastly think of your own needs. Do you want to invest in an energy-saving option? Then consider a NØRDIS inverter over a window and through a wall AC. Your choice can also depend on the process of installation and the ability to move your AC from one room to another. And do not forget about the sound – some units work more loudly than others.
If you are not sure about your choice talking with a professional NØRDIS team is always a good idea. It might save your time and lead to the best result.