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Window Air Conditioner Reviews - Frigidaire vs Friedrich 8,000 BTU Models

Posted by Bob Allaire on Aug 9, 2019 2:00:00 PM


If you are searching for a new window AC unit, you should know that not all air conditioners are created equally. Window air conditioners have become a commodity in the appliance industry and are manufactured under many brand names. These branded air conditioners are available for purchase anywhere from the drugstore to the supermarket, with brand names that you either have never heard of or associate with some other product or industry. These brands usually have no service or parts support after the sale and are made to sell at a lower price with lower end features and quality. However, there are alternatives to these "disposable" air conditioners: brands like Friedrich and Frigidaire. In our window air conditioner review below we will focus on these two great brands.

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Topics: Air Conditioners, Frigidaire, friedrich

Friedrich Air Conditioning - A Comparison Versus Frigidaire

Posted by Todd Buehler on Sep 12, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Summers in New England can be sweltering at times with high humidity levels and off the chart heat records. Then factor in Global Warming or Climate Change as different people like to call it and you just calculated an uncomfortable situation that seems to get more intense every year. Why not cool things down with an Energy Efficient air conditioner from a reputable vendor such as Frigidaire and Friedrich? Cooling capacities varying from 5,000 to 15,000 BTUs for small bedrooms and living rooms or 18,000 to 36,000 BTUs for an entire household or office space. Select units are offered with installation choices of window or through the wall mounting.  These models are commonly known as Slide Out Chassis Air Conditioners. When it comes to window installations, there is a wide range of physical sizing from 23” to 42” wide, which include the supplied accordion or side filler panels. Rooms such as bedrooms, libraries, dens or offices would tend to use a lower sized BTU air conditioner for quieter cooling and to keep annoyances to a minimum.

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Topics: Air Conditioners

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