Looking for a new air conditioner to beat the heat? Considering whether to upgrade or replace your old air conditioner?
It is important to select an air conditioner that will help you stay cool while saving money.
1. How many horsepower (HP) does my home need?
The size of your home will determine the HP you need. A larger space will require greater HP. If your home is generally warmer or if you have several windows that face the sun, consider an air conditioner with higher HP. With an array of air conditioners from 1.0HP – 2.5HP to choose from, you can definitely find the perfect match for your home at Haier.
2. How often do I need to service my AC?
Your air conditioner should be serviced at least once a year by an expert, and more frequently if it is placed in a dusty or polluted environment. Caring for your air conditioner properly helps to extend its lifespan and keeping it clean prevent it from overworking. Besides servicing your air conditioner, it is recommended to clean the air filters monthly to ensure the appliance’s energy efficiency. Here at Haier, we take that chore out of your hands with the Smart Clean Technology that strips off dirt with a cold expansion force.
What is the best air conditioner for hot and humid environments?
In Malaysia’s hot and humid environment, it is recommended to select an air conditioner with a higher capacity that can cool down your home quickly. With strong air flow and 47% faster cooling in Malaysian heat, your home can reach your desired temperature quickly.
3. How do I know if my air conditioner is energy-saving?
In addition to checking the number of stars on the energy efficiency label, picking an inverter air conditioner will help your save more in the long run. Ideal for long operating hours, inverters are environmentally friendly and saves more electricity. Did you know? Haier’s R32 Inverter Series are 63% energy-saving too!
Here’s a bonus tip to avoid overworking your air conditioner: close the blinds or curtains of your window during the warmest time of the day to keep the heat out.