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Air conditioner window units are by far the most commonly available type of window units. Mounted on a standard-sized sill, window air conditioners come standard with everything necessary to cool a loft apartment, family room, bedroom, garage, or other single-zone space. The evaporator coil and fan face inward while the condenser coil and drain face outward. Despite their compact size, window air conditioners are a great tool to beat the summer heat.

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About Window Air Conditioners

Everyone who has ever lived in an apartment building or older home has likely become very familiar with window air conditioner units. These convenient window units are often a godsend — a little piece of paradise keeping living rooms and bedrooms comfortable even with blazing city summer heat.

Air conditioner window units are by far the most commonly available type of window units. Mounted on a standard-sized sill, window air conditioners come standard with everything necessary to cool a loft apartment, family room, bedroom, garage, or other single-zone space. The evaporator coil and fan face inward while the condenser coil and drain face outward. Despite their compact size, window air conditioners are a great tool to beat the summer heat.

Are A/C Window Units Your Best Bet for Single-Room Cooling and Heating?

Window air conditioning units are no doubt one of the most common and familiar air conditioning systems available. By simply cranking the dial on the indoor unit, these dependable little machines work to exclusively cool a single room.

Air conditioning window units have been one of the most popular cooling systems for everyone from college students to young families to everyone in between because they are known for being:

  • Easy to install: Window air conditioning units easily mount in a window or through an exterior wall, and can be sized to fit into specific opening sizes.
  • Flexible to use: With the ability to fit in any window or cutout size, air conditioner window units can be placed in any single room, whether it’s a room inside your main living space, a detached garage, or an outdoor living space like a porch or sunroom.
  • Incredibly affordable: While the cost of purchasing a window unit varies by model, manufacturer, and distributor, this cooling option is much more cost-effective than alternative cooling systems and costs practically nothing to install. The least expensive options are less than $100, while pricey models can reach up to $500.
  • Augments existing cooling systems: Window A/C units are typically installed in homes with poor or no centralized air conditioning systems or in detached spaces. However, air conditioning window units can also be used in addition to central systems in rooms where the cooling isn't as effective.

How Are Window Air Conditioners Priced?

It’s incredibly easy to purchase a window air conditioner because they’re easy to find and relatively affordable. Like any type of heating or cooling system, the overall cost to buy a new air conditioner window unit varies depending on:

  • Unit size and capacity: Heating and cooling systems are often measured by the unit’s size, or its capacity to effectively heat or cool a room. Air conditioner window units are available in a variety of sizes. Those with higher operating capacities, and the ability to cool larger-sized rooms, will cost more than smaller options.
  • Manufacturer: Purchasing a window air conditioner from an established, trusted brand with a perceived higher value will typically cost a bit more than less well-known manufacturers.
  • Features: Like anything you purchase today, items with added features and convenience upgrades will typically cost more to buy than basic models.
  • Efficiency upgrades: Window units aren’t typically known for being energy-efficient cooling systems. But modern technology is improving A/C window units with more energy-efficient upgrades.

Feel the Difference With Window Air Conditioners

With air conditioner units from Ingrams Water & Air, you have access to a variety of cooling options and unit capacities tailored to your needs and lifestyle. Browse our selection of window air conditioning units to find a good choice for your home. When you order window units from us, you even benefit from free shipping and lifetime technical support.

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