There are several types and models of portable air conditioning systems to choose from. Many feature wheels for easy mobility from room to room. Most of the portable air conditioners available today pull water from the air and then store it in a tank to keep the unit cool. When comparing models, you’ll want to consider how often you’ll need to empty the unit’s used water.
A portable heat system can instantly warm your room, an outbuilding - even a camping tent - to greatly enhance your comfort level. A great many number of portable heat systems are specially designed for use in tents and camps. Some portable heaters have an added feature that heats water, which is a real benefit for those who love the great outdoors.
As with all heating units, safety is key. Never leave your heater turned on and unattended. Keep portable heaters away from clothing, blankets, carpets, papers and other flammable materials. Additionally, be sure that your portable heater is manufactured by a reputable company and meets all government and industry safety standards.
Air purifiers are best if installed as part of the air conditioning system but are also available in portables for room use.
Convenient and economical
Naturally, because they are much smaller than whole-house home comfort systems and do not require installation, portable air conditioning, heating and air purifier units are friendly to most homeowner’s budgets. Some units are battery powered and do not require a nearby electrical outlet, making them truly portable.
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