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Why You Should be Using an Antimicrobial Filter in Your Portable Air Conditioner

Portable air conditioners are used in a variety of situations and are designed to make staying cool easy and effortless. Students living in small apartment buildings use portable models so that they can take the units with them as they move from place to place. Established couples and families with larger homes use the devices to spot cool those areas of their home that can be hard to keep cool otherwise. Many buildings don’t have central air, and the portable units offer both convenience and comfort for people at home and at work.

Regardless of the reason, more and more people are turning to portable air conditioners to keep themselves cool. Many people are also turning to the use of Antimicrobial Filters in their cooling units, as well.

Let’s delve into what these filters are and why they might be beneficial to use in conjunction with a portable air conditioner.
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FAQs: Portable Ice Makers

Portable ice makers are a fantastic option for compact living spaces, such as apartments, boats and RVs. They are also a great alternative to buying bagged ice or dealing with troublesome ice trays. Whether portable ice makers are a novel idea to you or one you’ve been contemplating for a while, you may have a few questions. We’ve compiled the most frequent questions we’ve been asked over the years. Hopefully we’ll be able to answer yours, perhaps even before you know what to ask.

EdgeStar IP210SS Ice Maker
  1. Do I need a water line to use my portable ice maker?
  2. How do portable ice makers work?
  3. How quickly do portable ice makers produce ice?
  4. How small are portable ice makers?
  5. What makes portable ice makers portable?
  6. How do I clean and maintain my portable ice maker?
  7. What is the difference between ice production capacity and ice storage capacity?
  8. Do I need a drain line for my portable ice maker?
  9. What type of ice do portable ice makers produce?
  10. Do I need a special plug or power supply to run my portable ice maker?
  11. Can I use my portable ice maker outdoors?

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How to Avoid the Laundromat & Still Have Clean Clothes

Do you live in an apartment or house that does not come equipped with washer/dryer hookups? Do you find yourself piling up your dirty clothes until you finally don’t have anything to wear but some old holey t-shirt from junior high and your swim suit bottoms? This outfit predicament is usually the last straw that forces you to take your now Mount Kilimanjaro sized pile of dirty clothes to the laundromat.

Washer Dryer Combo Unit

Once you procure your roll of quarters and get to the laundromat, you feel trapped there like a caged animal while you wait for your clothes to wash AND dry. You wouldn’t dare venture out to grab a bite to eat or run an errand because last time you tried to be efficient with your time and left your clothing unattended, someone took your wet clothes out of the dryer and stole your machine because you weren’t there to protect your territory.

If this sounds like you, or you would just like a way to wash and dry your clothes in the comfort of your own home when you don’t necessarily have the space or connections for a traditional washer and dryer, there may still be a solution for you: A washer dryer combo.

What is a Washer Dryer Combo?

A washer dryer combo is an all-in-one laundry machine that both washes and dries your clothes. The majority of them are ventless units that only have two basic requirements to wash and dry your clothes. Those requirements are typically only a 120V plug and a cold water connection. They do not use the same type of drying method as traditional dryers and instead use a method called condensation drying to dry the clothes that does not need the power of a 220V plug.
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The Next Big Thing in Portable Air Conditioners: InvisiMist Technology

With the never-ending Polar Vortex over staying its welcome across the country this week, it may be tough to think about warmer weather, but (fingers crossed) it’s coming. In years past, extreme winters have led to extreme summers, so you may want to get prepared. Here at Compact Appliance, getting prepared means setting up our portable air conditioners.

These versatile cooling products are a great solution for those who need an alternative to central or window air cooling systems or need to supplement their existing cooling system. For those who live in apartments that don’t have central air or have strict HOAs preventing the use of window units, portable ACs have been the perfect way to meet their needs. For home owners tired of paying outrageous energy bills during the summer months, portable air conditioners offer a way to spot cool only the areas they’re occupying at that time.
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Why Your Heater & Humidifier Go Hand-in-Hand During Winter

Even from the comfort of your home, winter can be brutal, thanks to the chilly, dry air that the season brings. During winter, many homeowners focus on warming up their indoor air without giving any thought to humidity levels.

Humidifier in your Home

Unfortunately, cranking up the heat in your home can leave your home environment feeling decidedly hostile. In fact, it’s not uncommon for people to experience dry/cracked skin, throat pain, respiratory problems, and other symptoms as a result of the cold winter air.

So how can you bring your home environment back to its usual balance? The key is to keep healthy levels of moisture in the air by using your humidifier virtually any time that you are using your heater or, better yet, just running your humidifier throughout the colder months.

Why Does Winter Air Need Humidifying?

Dry air becomes a noticeable problem in the winter because the temperature of air determines how much water vapor the air can hold. As temperature increases, water vapor capacity increases as well. The colder the temperature is, the drier the air must be, because of its reduced moisture capacity.
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