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Air conditioners are a convenience we all appreciate, whether at home, at work, in a store or in a restaurant. And there are air conditioner units of virtually any configuration to fit any practical need. At Appliances Connection, we can help you find and buy the air conditioner that you are looking for.

The two most popular and common AC units are wall units, which go through a building's exterior wall to the outside, and window units window units, which are placed in a raised window opening, usually with flexible wings to seal the remaining open area. There are also window or wall type units which can be installed in either location depending on the chassis, which is the frame used to encase an AC unit.

But there are many more variations of AC units available. A unit known as an air curtain delivers a controlled stream of air across an opening to create an air seal, allowing for the separation of internal environments along with uninterrupted traffic and unobstructed vision. A split air conditioner consists a compressor located outside and an inside air outlet unit, which works well as an addition to an already functioning heating and cooling system. A more flexible version of this is the mini split unit, with which you can cool up to four rooms with one outdoor air conditioner.

Package Terminal Air Conditioners (PTAC) are self-contained wall units commonly used in commercial settings such as hotels. They are usually less expensive and save energy by only cooling a single room. Portable air conditioners are just that. They are surprisingly energy efficient because they do not use a refrigerant, instead using the cooling effect of water evaporation. Casement air conditioners are specifically designed to fit the dimensions of a casement window, which are taller than they are wide. The largest and most powerful AC units are of the commercial variety, which are made to cool wide areas inhabited by numerous people.

A little-known fact is that many AC units can act as heating units in a limited capacity. They achieve this either through a standard electric element providing the heat or by reversing an AC unit's heat pump.

And with the help of technology, modern air conditioners can be controlled with either a wireless remote control or through a Wi-Fi system with which you can monitor and program your AC unit through a smart device.

Visit Appliances Connection for all of your air conditioning needs.

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