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Window/Wall units are traditional single-room air conditioners. They are mounted directly facing the outdoors as a single unit, and pump cool air into the home through the main uniot itself, requiring no additional venting or ductwork. These versatile air conditioning units can be mounted in a window or installed through an exterior wall.

Pure wall units function identically to Window/Wall units, pumping cool air into the home through the main uniot itself, requiring no additional venting or ductwork but cannot be mounted through a window, and must be mounted directed through a wall installation.

PTAC units, or packaged terminal air cooler units, is a self-contained heating and air conditioning system commonly used in large-scale commercial operations. PTAC units are centrally-controlled systems requiring extensive installation and ductwork. PTACs are usually installed in masonry walls.

Mini Split air conditioners are versatile and powerful air conditioning systems which allow multiple rooms to be cooled off a single outdoor unit without requiring extensive ductwork. They are installed through the wall, and individual indoor units are each controled independently, allowing for flexible and convenient home cooling.

Portable air conditioners are small-scale units, usually with a cooling power in the neighborhood of 5000 BTUs (but can be as high as 15,000 BTUs) allowing for easy, no-installation home cooling on an ad-hoc basis. They aren't as powerful as installation units, but can be used more casually. Great for moderate climate homes.

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Air Conditioner Help Guide


How do you stay cool? Whether you're looking for a thru the wall air conditioner or a PTAC unit, Appliances Connection has got what you need. We carry name brands like Amana, GE, Friedrich, LG, Samsung, Frigidaire, and more, so you can get the names you trust at a price you can afford. Everything from window air conditioning units to portable units are available below, but don't forget to fully furnish the rest of the room; we also sell dehumidifiers, humidifiers, air purifiers, ceiling fans, fireplaces, and anything else you can think of.

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We all care about the environment, and a great way to make sure you're doing your part is by purchasing an energy efficient air conditioner. Energy Star certification guarantees that your new AC unit meets or exceeds stirngent EPA requirements for energy efficiency.

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Heat pumps, one of the basic components of air cooling systems, can be used in reverse to provide heat. As long as temperatures don't dip too far below forty degrees Fahrenheit, a heat pump can extract heat from outside air and use it to provide warm air for your home. Heat pump systems are great for moderate, temperate climates that don't vary too wildly.

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Air conditioners can be very intensive in terms of eating up electric current, so make sure you're giving your air conditioner a dedicated line, or a wall outlet with only a single receptacle. If you can't provide a dedicated line, you need a unit with a maximum of 115 Volts and 7.7 Amperes in order to prevent blowing a fuse.



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