Window Air Conditioners
Upgrade Your Air Conditioning System To A Window Air Conditioner
Window air conditioners are an excellent option for individuals who want a non-permanent way to upgrade their air conditioning. For example, suppose you’re renting an apartment and cannot add a permanent air conditioning system. In that case, you can install a window air conditioner and take it down whenever you need to. Window air conditioners are also a great alternative for people who don’t want to spend too much money on a comprehensive HVAC system.
At Polar Bear Mechanical, we’ve been helping the residents and business owners of Colorado Springs fulfill their HVAC needs. One of our specialties is window air conditioners. We’ll help you throughout the process, from choosing which type of window air conditioner is right for you to installing the A/C unit to taking it down when you no longer need it.
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How Does A Window Air Conditioner Work?
In Colorado Springs, the summer months can be scorching, and youwant a dependable air conditioner. One of your A/C options is to install a window air conditioner. Window air conditioners are one of the most affordable and simple cooling options available.
Window air conditioners work by taking all of the heat and humidity present inside your space and redirecting it to the outside, instantly cooling down the room. Now, to get more technical about the specific components of a window air conditioner. Every window A/C unit includes a compressor, condenser coil, evaporator coil, thermostat, fan, blower, and filter.
The thermostat determines the temperature of a room while the filter removes any harmful contaminants in the air. Having a clean filter is extremely important because it removes particles that may have the potential to clog your air conditioning system.
Next, the fan and blower work together to suck in warm air and push out cool air. The condenser coils then cool down the warm air inside the A/C. The evaporator coil then removes heat and humidityfrom the warm air inside the system. Finally, the compressor circulates the refrigerant, which helps to cool down the air.