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  • 1. Once youve decided on the type of air conditioner to get(without murdering your wife), there are two technicalspecifications to check.BTU: Every air conditioner has a cooling capacity number in BTU or Britishthermal units per hour. The higher the value, the stronger the air conditioner is.Of course, the more the BTU, the costlier. So in short, bigger isnt alwaysnecessarily better. It would be good to get as close to the correct BTU as possibleas too small a unit could leave you sweltering despite the air conditioning, whiletoo big a unit could cost you more to cool your room. You will also need factorin other aspects like number of windows, whether your bedroom faces the sun,.EER: EER or Energy Efficiency Ratio is another good indicator for measuringhow energy efficient an air conditioner is at turning electricity into cooling. Withutility cost on the rise, your monthly bill could be quite brutal if you plan to runyour unit for long hours. So check the EER number. Generally, the higher thenumber, the more efficient the unit, the less it will cost to run.
  • 2. That’s all my friendI think u have a AC in your room now, hey watch out forcorpse.