A window air conditioner is a common sight, particularly in older homes and unit blocks. This is primarily everything comes in one box that sits on your window frame.
Window air conditioners are refrigerative air conditioners, which work by drawing warm air through the side of the unit then forcing hot air outside through condenser coils and cooled air indoors over evaporator coils. A refrigerant is used to cool the evaporator coils.
The major difference between these systems and split systems is output capability. Where a split system can be linked to many condensers, a window system features a single condenser meaning that it is great for single room applications but not whole-house cooling.
Contact Total Electrics & Air-Conditioning today for window air conditioner installations.