Window AC vs PTAC
Window air conditioner vs through the wall air conditioner
The main difference between window and wall air conditioners is their location. Window ACs are placed on a window sill, and wall air conditioning units are placed in an exterior wall. Window air conditioners tend to be less efficient since some of the air is lost through the window and they take up window space, while wall air conditioners can be more time consuming to install but make for a more permanent, cleaner looking solution. Window AC, just A/C
No matter which type of unit you’re looking at, Applied Comfort has the perfect air conditioning unit for you.
All air conditioners are not created equal
When it comes to choosing the right type of unit for your space, it is important to know the differences between the available options so that you can make sure that you are making the right selection for your space. This is why at Applied Comfort we have a team of experts ready to help guide you through the options.
While both window and wall mounted air conditioning units achieve the same end goal, there are some aspects of each that can be more beneficial depending on the type of space that you have. Here we will take a look at both types of air conditioners, and discuss some of the characteristics of each as well as some pros and cons so that you can be sure you’re making the best purchase.