If you are tired of the hot, sweaty summers, you are probably considering purchasing air conditioners for your home. However, before you head to the store and make your purchase, there are a few factors that you will need to take into consideration. Apart from the obvious factor, which is the price, you will also need to consider such as the size of the room that you are buying the unit for and where in the room you plan to have it located and the type of air conditioners you want to buy. To be totally satisfied with the air conditioner that you choose to buy, you will need to bear all these factors in mind.
It is important for you to know the room or rooms that you are buying the air conditions for Daikin. The size of the room will greatly impact your choice, as the bigger the room then the more powerful a unit you will need to allow efficient cooling of the room. The BTU or British thermal unit of air conditioners will give you an indication as to the ability of the air conditioner to cool a room. It’s not wise to just choose the unit with the highest number as this may be too cold for you even at its lowest setting, also the higher the BTU the more expensive. To cool a small room 8,000 to 10,000 BTU is just fine, however to cool a floor or a house, try getting a 20,000 BTU unit.
Another number to watch out for is the EER or the Energy Efficiency Ratio, this gives an indication of how much your air conditioner will cost you to operate. The higher the EES the less you will spend to operate it, unfortunately the higher the EER, the more the unit will cost; so you will have to strike a balance. If you will be using your A/C unit for the whole day every day and you plan on having it for a long time, then it makes more sense to just buy one with a high EES. It will cost you less in the long run. However if you only plan on using it in only in the summer, then air conditioners with a low EER will be just fine.
Another crucial piece of information that you will need is the size of the window where the air conditioners will be installed. If you are replacing a unit then measure the size of the unit you are replacing, but if you are buying a new unit, you will need to know the length, width and height of the window. When you are going to the store, it is wise to carry your tape measure with you, as some manufacturers do not put the dimension of the air conditioners on them. So you may need to measure the unit you fall in love with, to ensure that it will be able to fit in your window at home