ruining portable air conditioner turns out to be a good thing

I used to have an old portable air conditioner, that I stored in the attic during the colder weeks, and the air conditioner was rather bulky as well as seriously heavy.

The only possibilities it flaunted was high as well as low speed.

The unit was also noisy as well as frequently dripped water onto the carpet. Every Springtime, I hauled the air conditioner down from the attic, then it was a horrible as well as difficult job, as well as I usually ended up with sore shoulders as well as back. Because the equipment was so heavy, I needed to set it on a blanket as well as drag it across the attic floor. I would then, absolutely carefully, bump it slowly down the attic stairs. Since the stairs are seriously narrow as well as steep, this process was a challenge! Once I made it to the bottom of the stairs, I would once again slide the cooling unit across the floor on a blanket. The hardest part was attempting to lift the air conditioner into the kitchen window. I’d first get it halfway, onto a chair, as well as then make a single, final push. The air conditioner barely fit into the window, forcing myself and others to push super hard, then last Springtime, I shoved way too strenuous as well as pushed the air conditioner right through the window. I had not realized that the wooden molding of the window was slightly rotted. The air conditioner fell more than one stories, as well as smashes onto the paved driveway below. I am absolutely fortunate that it didn’t land on my car. The air conditioner was completely demolished. When I went to the hardware store to purchase a new portable air conditioner, I was surprised by the sufficient pricing, but plus, the newer units are lightweight, compact as well as offer all sorts of convenient features. I can control my new air conditioner from a cordless remote. I can adjust fan speed, temperature as well as humidity levels. It’s lovelyly quiet as well as straight-forward to lift in as well as out of the window.



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