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Air Conditioning for a conservatory 700 is just too much!

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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
guys need some help. I need an ac unit for a conservatory which are through the wall types see below. The only one i have found is as below which is very expensive especially as homebase has portable ones @200 ukp!

anyone know where i should checkout to find better value stuff?


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Comfyair air conditioning unit 1600btu Brand: Comfyair £699.99
Quantity: http://www.cswshopping.co.uk/images/pixel_trans.gif Comfyair units are availabe in 2 sizes ensuring the right model for your needs they contain Sanyo and Toshiba components, carry a CE mark, are operated by remote control and have 24-hour timers.

The model on offer is MWD16

Quiet operation design
Hi-efficiency and power saving
Deodorising filter
Mould proof filter
Airflow direction design
Liquid crystal display wireless remote control
Automatic operation mode
24 hour on/off real setting timer
Sleep mode auto control

Auto restart
1year limited warranty
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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Have you checked B&Q?
They have something like THIS which looks a bargain at just £249.
http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/images/product/auxiliary/0000003414835_ts2_1_x.jpg

Their website only shows a small percentage of stock available in store, so would be worth having a look down your local. Bare in mind that this weekend is B&Q's busiest of the year.
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Be careful when buying aircon units, especially for conservatorys with large amounts of glass.
I think you meant 16000BTU as 1600btu wouldnt cut it ;-)

The mobile units for around £200 are ok but normally around 12000btu and will struggle with all that glass.

A split unit like above would be best, just make sure you take advice on sizing (btu) before purchase and bear in mind that some need to be installed by a pro or you need to borrow a pump to gass it up correctly.

The all in one through window types are less popular in the UK than in say Asia, hence the prices £7-900 for 16 to 18k btu. Google for Fujitsu ones as they are reliable.
#3
Hi,I have a large conservatory - 18 x 12 feet and spreads over the back of the house. I use it as a playroom (childminder).
I don't have an air con, but open all windows and door in hot weather.
I do put garden fleece up(cut to fit) over the windows to stop flys comming in
and have a fly screen on the door.
I use the conservatory all year round. In winter I put an electric heater on and in very hot weather an electric fan that stands on the floor.

Best wishes Julie

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