Keep Cool in Summer’s Heat
Portable air conditioners bring comfortable living in any space.
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. (June 1, 2020) — Canadian summers can be stifling.
Whether it is the dry heat on the west coast or the thick humidity in the east, hot temperatures can make life uncomfortable — and sleeping almost impossible. Increasing population density in Canada’s urban centres means more people are living in apartments or condominiums, and with that it is unlikely that they have access to central air conditioning to manage the climate inside their home at a more bearable temperature.
But that doesn’t mean they have to suffer.
“A portable air conditioner is the perfect solution for city living,” says Meaghan Wilkinson, Director of Marketing for Hisense Canada. “Compact and effective, they bring quick cooling and comfortable temperatures to any living space, and are particularly effective in apartments and condos.”
A portable air conditioner can cool up to 500 square feet; but they are also:
• Adaptable — Portable air conditioners are suitable for most any space, whether you need to cool down your condo in the middle of the city, bring some comfort to the she-shed in the backyard of suburbia or make for good sleeping conditions at the cottage. They are small enough to be tucked away in a corner, quiet enough to not be a nuisance and more than effective to break summer’s heat when you come indoors.
• Versatile — At the upper end of the portable air conditioner sector, you can get a device that is more than just a device to cool the air. A Hisense 4-in-1 Portable Air Conditioner cools a room in the summer, heats it in the winter, is a dehumidifier and can also act simply as a fan to keep air circulating.
• Easy — There is no need for a technician to set up a portable air conditioner, no worries about it falling out of your window and no need to mar the outside of your home with a clunk, noisy window unit. Hisense air conditioning units come with an adjustable window installation assembly that is easy-to-install and allows the unit to push the warm air outside.
• Portable — It is right in the name! Unlike a heavy window unit, a portable air conditioner can be easily moved from room to room, allowing you to keep the common areas of your home cool during the day, and provide comfortable sleeping temperatures at night.
• Consistent — Similar to a central air conditioning system, portable air conditioners maintain a consistent temperature in your home. A built-in temperature sensor can “feel” the ambient room temperature and adjusts the cooling power of the unit accordingly.