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Which Air Conditioning Unit is Best for You?

Posted on: March 22nd, 2017 by Active

The summer months are finally approaching after what has felt like a never-ending cycle of snow, wind and freezing temperatures over the winter. Now thoughts are turning to drinks after work in the evening sun, fishing out those comedy trunks and figuring out where to go on this year’s summer break. But how about the down sides to summer that we all forget about including the sleepless nights in the sweltering heat and constantly sticking to the leather couch?

Well here at AC Direct we have a range of solutions so that you can get the most out of the summer with our air conditioning units. Now you may think the tough decision would be deciding which type of unit to opt for, but we are here to help you decide.

How to Choose:

Our most discreet range of AC units can be built into your ceiling so that they will be barely noticeable. These are an excellent choice if maintaining the look of your home is a priority. Also, due to being at a high level this can prevent the kids from carrying out one of their art classes on your brand new unit.

Also included in our range are both wall and floor systems which are the classic air conditioning choice. Efficient and convenient, it isn’t a surprise that they are a popular pick. With simple installation and in a range of styles, we are sure that you will find your ideal model.

Floor standing units are also available and are extremely convenient for large areas, or rooms with high ceilings. So whether it’s for entertaining in your grand dining room or to be able to sit comfortably in the spacious lounge, this unit could be just what you’re looking for.

If you would like to talk to one of our team about your options then please do not hesitate to contact us directly on 020 8989 8989 and see how we can help you.

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