When a ceiling fan won't cut it, try one of these hardworking helpers.
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Are many A/Cs simply too large for your living space? Check out these small-but-mighty options instead. They'll cool things down for a lot less than a whole-home system. Whether you want a basic window unit or something that requires no installing whatsoever, the right pick for you is here.
For Smaller Rooms
By powering up slowly, it conserves energy, saving you cash in the long run.
Rooms up to 150 square feet quickly get filled with cold air with this unit. It dehumidifies up to 1.1 pints per hour, and features seven temperature settings and four modes. To cut down on bacteria, room odors and airborne particles, remember to wash the removable filter inside.
For Larger Rooms
It’s perfect for an open kitchen that’s right by your living room.
This cools areas up to 450 square feet down to a range of 62 to 86 degrees, fitting windows 23 to 36 inches wide. Noteworthy features: a remote control, a timer and sleep mode. The last one periodically adjusts temperatures by two degrees for six hours, until returning to the set temp.
This is ideal if securing a window unit intimidates you.
If traditional A/Cs are a hassle for you to put in, or prohibited in your building, try this wheeled alternative, best for rooms 150 to 250 square feet. Simply install the hose and window adapter, then plug it into an outlet. The air inside can get down to 65 degrees. Bonus: The controls on the device and remote are easy to use.