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  • FAQ'S Air Conditioner Units For Sale
  • How we test our air conditioner's energy consumption?
  • How we test our air conditioner's Noise and airflow?
  • How we test our air conditioner's Ease of use?
  • How we test our air conditioner's Climate control?
  • Who needs an air conditioner?
  • How do the air conditioners work?
  • Are energy ratings meaningful?
  • Should I buy or rent air conditioner?
  • Which type of Air Conditioner should I buy?
  • How portable is portable?
  • Programmable Thermostats: Savings or Not?
  • Your home has humidity problems?
  • Your home has excessive dust?
  • Can my system work when it rains or snows?
  • Your heat pump or air conditioner is more than 10 years old.
  • How Do You Know When AC Replacement is Needed?
  • Will I need to replace my entire system?
  • How we test our air conditioner's energy consumption?
  • We check the energy consumption of each model by running the unit on the maximum cooling and air flow speed for one hour in a special climate-controlled test room measuring 3m by 3m, with a room temperature of 35°C. This gives us a read-out of the power the air conditioner uses and allows us to calculate energy ratings. We also use this data to work out how much each unit will cost you in electricity if run for three hours of cooling per day. Top ?
  • How we test our air conditioner's Noise and airflow?
  • Our expert lab testers rate subjectively how noisy the machines are. This can range from a gentle hum to a great gurgling that makes the unit sound like it is about to take off. Strength of airflow is also rated. Top ?
  • How we test our air conditioner's Ease of use?
  • Finally, we check how easy the unit is to use, carefully examining remote controls as well as ease of programming. We look at use on a day-to-day and periodic basis.

    Filters must be cleaned regularly and, on portable models, the machine needs to be drained before it is put away for winter. Top ?
  • How we test our air conditioner's Climate control?
  • We use a special climate-controlled test room so we can set temperature and humidity to levels you’d experience on a hot summer’s day.

    Looking and feeling something akin to a sauna, our test room is made of thick pine wood. Our false summer is created courtesy of a heater and humidifier, which are set to maintain controlled conditions in the room. It takes about four hours for the test room to reach consistent conditions before we begin. Top ?
  • Who needs an air conditioner?
  • For some, keeping cool isn’t a luxury - it’s a necessity. Babies sleep better in rooms no warmer than 20°C. Older people are also at risk.

    The body tries to cool itself by pumping blood to the surface of the skin. This puts excessive pressure on the heart as it has to work harder. As water is lost from the body in the form of sweat, the blood thickens. Thick blood clots easily. Older people tend to suffer from these problems without the heat, so their problems are compounded in the summer. Top ?
  • How do the air conditioners work?
  • When switched on, air conditioners compress a refrigerant gas. It is then ran through a series of coils to cool and condenses into liquid. The liquid moves through an expansion valve, evaporating, to create a cool gas which absorbs the heat from a room, cooling the air. This process also creates hot air, which you need to expel outside the room through a hose – either by passing the hose through a hole in an outside wall or an open window. Top ?
  • Are energy ratings meaningful?
  • Our tests show you should take energy-labelling claims with a large pinch of salt. While most units we tested claim to meet class A – the most energy efficient standard – only one met this level. One even missed its claimed class B, rating as class C in our tests.

    At worst, one model rated as level F in our test. The classification system for air conditioning is quite flexible, allowing a 12-15 per cent margin of accuracy.

    The portable air conditioners we’ve tested use as much energy per hour as a typical fridge freezer uses in one day. In their defence, you’ll probably only use them for a few hours each day.

    Few air conditioners are as energy efficient as they state, so you’re best off ignoring these confusing claims when choosing which to buy. We calculate you could pay nearly £15 over an eight-week period if you used one every day for three hours - which will give you a better idea of energy efficiency. Top ?
  • Should I buy or rent air conditioner?
  • The air conditioners we tested start at about £80 to buy. But if you want to try before you buy, or don’t have much storage space, you might consider renting.

    Trying a portable out before you buy could save you a costly mistake. For instance, you may not realise how much noise a machine can make. All air conditioners at their quietist sound like a fridge on its cooling cycle. Some are really noisy, rattling and gurgling away.

    But rental prices aren’t cheap. For units similar to those we’ve tested, you can expect to pay around £40 to £80 per week from specialist online companies.

    Shop around if you do want to hire. Renting from generalist hire shops, such as HSS or Jewson, shoots costs up to £128 and £152 per week. So renting for even a fraction of the summer could cost as much as buying an air conditioner outright. Top ?
  • Which type of Air Conditioner should I buy?
  • Single unit
    The single or mono block unit is a fairly cheap fix that’s easy to install. It works by venting hot air out through a hose - you either poke this through an open window or drill a hole in your outside wall.

    Venting it through an open window means you can move it from room to room. But consider whether you want to leave your window unsecured.

    Single units are not as effective at cooling as the split unit models, as they get hot and leak heat back into the room.

    Split unit
    A split unit is a good choice if you have one room that gets very hot. Split units tend to be more expensive than single units, but are quieter, more efficient – as they don’t heat the room in any way - and are usually more powerful. They need to be permanently installed, so are best if you have one room that always gets unbearably hot. As you don’t need a window permanently open, they are a secure way of air conditioning your home.

    Their main disadvantage is that they have to be mounted on an outside wall. If you’re using one to cool a bedroom, this probably means fitting it on the first floor or higher. This may be difficult for all but an experienced DIYer, as you'll need to bore a hole through the wall to take power supplies and refrigerant from one side of the device to the other.

    To take it on, you'll need the right equipment – an SDS drill, diamond bit corer and extension bar. These can be rented from many hire shops for around £30 to £40 an hour. Alternatively, a lump hammer and brick bolster can be used to remove a square section of brick with the resulting gaps being filled in with pieces of brick and mortar.

    If personally bashing holes in your house doesn't sound ideal, get an expert in. Top ?
  • How portable is portable?
  • If you're buying a portable model, check you can physically move it around. This is especially important if you are planning to use it, say, downstairs in a study by day and in a bedroom at night. Make sure it isn’t too heavy for you to lift comfortably and that the hand-holds are easy-to-grip. Top ?
  • Programmable Thermostats: Savings or Not?
  • Here’s what you need to know:
    In the winter, program your thermostat at 68 degrees while you’re awake and at home. Set it to automatically lower home temperatures by 10 to 15 degrees while you’re away or sleeping (that is, if you don’t mind sleeping in a chilly room). In the summer, set it at 78 degrees when you’re at home and need cooling.

    Enter multiple programs to fit your lifestyle, for example, for weekends or for certain days of the weeks when your schedule is different than usual.

    Install thermostats on interior walls, out of direct sunlight and away from windows and doors, and in rooms where natural air currents (warm air rising, cool air sinking) occur.

    By doing these things and automatically lowering your thermostat by 10 to 15 degrees for eight hours a day, you can save 5 percent to 15 percent on your heating bill this winter, the government says. Check the U.S. Department of Energy and EPA/Energy Star websites for detailed instructions on properly installing and operating programmable thermostats. Top ?
  • Your home has humidity problems?
  • Poor equipment operation, inadequate equipment, and leaky ductwork can cause the air to be too dry in the winter or too humid in the summer. Top ?
  • Your home has excessive dust?
  • Leaky ducts can pull particles and air from attics, crawl spaces and basements and distribute them throughout your house. Sealing your ducts may be a solution. Top ?
  • Can my system work when it rains or snows?
  • Yes. The outdoor compressor is designed to work in rain and snow. Top ?
  • Your heat pump or air conditioner is more than 10 years old.
  • Consider replacing it with a unit that has earned the ENERGY STAR label. Installed correctly, these high-efficiency units can save up to 20 percent on heating and cooling costs. Top ?
  • How Do You Know When AC Replacement is Needed?
  • There are a number of warning signs that will pop up to let you know it’s time for a complete HVAC overhaul:

    The need for frequent air conditioner repairs – One of the most obvious signs that it’s time for air conditioning replacement is the need for constant air conditioner repairs, especially when those repairs get progressively more expensive. Sure you can patch up your AC every time it breaks down, but it won’t be long until you must replace it completely. While it may cost more money for new central air installation upfront, you are saving money by eliminating the need for continuously costly repair.

    Temperature inconsistencies – Temperature inconsistencies in your home is another sign that it may be time for AC replacement. If there are rooms in your home that can’t stay cool while you have rooms that are releasing too much air, you may have one of three problems; air conditioner malfunction, poor insulation, or issues with the duct work. Top ?
  • Will I need to replace my entire system?
  • When the system starts giving you more problems than seem cost-effective to fix, it may be time to consider purchasing a new system. When faced with major repairs, consult several air conditioning technicians for their recommendations. Top ?

    Why to Change Filters?

  • Dirty filters kill your AC's efficiency, so install a new one every month during the cooling season for central and window units (or clean them if you've got the washable type). Look for the filter's minimum efficiency reporting value, or MERV, which ranges from 1 to 12 for home AC units; the higher the number, the better filtration it provides (and the more energy needed to pull air through it, so balance air-quality concerns with energy costs).

     

     
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