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Finding the best air conditioner unit for you.
When it comes to cooling off this season, there are several choices to consider when choosing the best AC unit for your space.
Central air conditioners provide whole-house cooling to homes with existing ductwork. Ductless mini-splits are an excellent substitute for central air. Mini-splits don't require ducts and can be installed individually, or multiple units can be installed in separate rooms to provide whole-house cooling. Portable and window units are an affordable, easy-to-install option for temporarily cooling individual rooms, while wall-mounted air conditioners are a more permanent solution.
Our Air Conditioner Buyer's Guide tells you everything you need to know before purchasing an air conditioner. If you're unsure which air conditioner to get for your space, our BTU Calculator helps determine the amount of cooling power an AC requires to cool your home effectively.
Ensure your home’s comfort with essential features. Basic single-stage air conditioner condensers offer simplicity and affordability, while two-stage AC systems provide efficiency and consistent temperatures with two levels of cooling power. Our portable, window, and through-the-wall air conditioners make life more manageable with the convenience of remotes and smart technology, such as wifi connectivity, allowing you to control your cooling needs through mobile apps.
Save money on energy bills with an efficient air conditioning unit. Central air conditioners are rated by their seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER). In comparison, an EER rating measures the efficiency of room and window units. Higher ratings are more efficient, use less energy, and save money on cooling costs. Look for the blue ENERGY STAR® label when deciding on the best air conditioner for your home.