Escape the Heat with a Through-the-Wall Air Conditioner

Friedrich US14C30

It’s not even officially summer yet and cities across America are already experiencing highs in the mid-90s. With such warm temperatures outside, we are left with no choice but to put our ACs into overdrive to keep comfortable inside. But what about those of us who don’t have a central AC or people who live in small studio apartments with too little window space for a window air conditioner?

Don’t worry. Sylvane has you covered. Here to the rescue is our new collection of through-the-wall air conditioners. These ACs will keep your space comfortably cool, while saving you plenty of window space to enjoy the bright, sunny views of the season!

Thru-the-wall air conditioners function much like window ACs, cooling a specific area or multiple rooms, depending on the BTU capacity. However, thru-wall air conditioners are designed to sit flush against an exterior wall to save valuable window and floor space.

These convenient room air conditioners perform well as a primary cooling source for small homes like loft, studio, or basement apartments, and they can provide powerful supplemental cooling in your bedroom, dining room, exercise room, den, basement, or garage.

Whether you need an efficient way to cool a room that’s lacking a window, or you just want to keep your indoor environment bright and airy, there is a through-wall AC in our catalog to suit your needs.

Our brand new lineup of Friedrich through-the-wall air conditioners and Soleus Air through-the-wall air conditioner units come with a host of intuitive features and easy installation, so you can combat the oncoming heat wave right away!

Friedrich Uni-Fit US10C30 Through-the-Wall Air ConditionerIf you’ve recently moved into a place with a previously installed, yet worn-out wall unit, you’ll love the Friedrich Uni-Fit line. Designed to fit securely into existing thru-wall sleeves, these replacement through-the-wall air conditioners save you time and money on installation costs.

Once your Friedrich thru-the-wall AC is installed, the savings don’t stop there. These Energy Star-rated air conditioners feature high energy efficiency ratios (EERs), and each model is equipped with a money saver mode.

An AC that helps you beat the summer heat, while saving dollars on your cooling costs? You may be able to take that summer vacation after all.

Cooling capacities for Friedrich thru-the-wall air conditioners range from 8,000 BTUs to 13,000 BTUs, and they are loaded with features, including programmable timers, remote controls, and reusable air filters. Smaller spaces, like your bedroom or home office, can stay cool even during the hottest hour of the day with the Friedrich Uni-Fit US08C10 Wall Air Conditioner – recommended for spaces up to 350 square feet.

Some models, like the Friedrich US12C33, offer an electric heat option for those random cool nights that seem to appear out of nowhere.

Another popular brand, Soleus Air, makes user-friendly thru-the-wall air conditioners that operate efficiently. Each Soleus Air through-the-wall air conditioner not only has an EER of 9.4, but also includes a convenient energy saver mode. Couple that with automatic operation and a 24-hour timer and you’ve got an electricity bill that your wallet will praise you for.

Soleus KTW-08 Thru-the-Wall Air ConditionerBoth the Soleus Air KTW08 and the Soleus Air KTW10 thru-wall air conditioners feature fan-only operation, electronic control panels, and durable construction.

Another benefit of these energy-efficient through-wall air conditioners? Each system is built to protect the compressor and the electrical wiring in your home. With automatic safety enhancements such as auto restart and time delay, you can depend on your Soleus thru-the-wall air conditioner to safely keep your space cool and comfortable for years to come.

Now that we’ve geared up our homes for the dog days of summer with efficient through-wall ACs, we can finally dodge the rising temperatures and ever-increasing energy rates. Dear summer, we’re ready for you!

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