A/C's in Connecticut
New to the forum! Hello everyone, I am moving to the state of CT next month. During my search for a rental home I discovered that installed A/C units in homes, are pretty rare. I fully understand why but had never thought about it. I live in Florida and as we all know A/C's are a must have. The home I have rented has no A/C. If I decide next summer than I need an A/C...
Question: Would it make sense to but a portable unit/window unit, etc?
If so, is it going to put a huge strain on my electric bill? I'm thinking that if I do decide to buy a unit, I could easily get by with no more than 10,000BTU's to cool the house, mainly the first floor (upstairs are 2 small spare bedrooms that won't hardly be used(office will be in one of the rooms)
Any thoughts, recommendations, ideas will be greatly appreciated!
One more thing...do all portable units have a discharge duct?
Connecticut is not Florida, you will not melt without one either..... this summer you really only needed A/C for 3 or 4 days tops...
central air are very common in ct . in a house built in the last 15 years or in the 300k and up they are standard and expected. we average about 20 90 and up days and a ton of mid 80's with high humidity.it may not be as standard as fl. obvousily but if its not there you'll have those window units out for sure
I know how important it is to have a central air conditioning system. Then realized in Connecticut they are rare. When choosing a place in that state when I go it must have a cooling system.
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