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Portable Air Conditioners

A portable air conditioner provides an ideal way to stay cool in Australia, especially if you’re a renter. With no need for permanent installation, you can easily relocate your air conditioner from one room to another.

There are portable air conditioners available in both cooling only and reverse cycle models, so you can keep your home warm in winter as well as cool in summer. Keep an eye out for portable air conditioners with air purifying and odour removal features, so you can control your home’s air quality as well as its temperature. A model with quiet operation and a good energy rating are also worth looking into.

Many portable air conditioners include a dehumidifying mode for extracting moisture from the air. While this usually requires a drip tray or drainage hose, there are also fuss-free self-evaporative models available. Most portable air conditioners also vent exhaust heat through a window with a handy pipe and window kit.

At Appliances Online you can make a comparison between different portable air conditioners and pick out the model with best features and the best price for your lifestyle and budget.

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