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Why You Should Invest in a Whynter AC

Posted by Tony on April 18th, 2012

whynter-14000btu-arc-14s-mdWhynter is known for having some of the most eco-friendly portable air conditioners on the market. Their features aren’t just good for the environment: They save money and make your life easier. Combining efficient designs with powerful cooling and convenient features make Whynter ACs a top choice for our customers.

Whynter’s “Go Green” Mission

Whynter Eco FriendlyWhynter does their part to preserve the environment’s natural resources. Their mission to “Go Green” means that all Whynter models use the eco-friendly R-410A refrigerant, meet RoHS standards, and consume less energy than comparable portable ACs.

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The Modern Whynter Sno Makes Summers Cool

Posted by Ivey on May 20th, 2011

Whynter 13000 BTU Portable Air ConditionerWhile portable air conditioners are a great way to cool areas of your home without the need for expensive installation jobs, let’s face it, many of them are clunky and difficult to place discreetly in your home. However, the unique design of the Whynter Sno 13,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner will change your perception of portable ACs.

Standing barely over a foot tall, the Whynter Sno features a sleek, modern design with rounded edges on the body. Available in two colors, the Whynter ARC-13S features a platinum finish and the Whynter ARC-13W is a versatile Frost White. The Sno’s diminutive height allows users to place the air conditioner in inconspicuous areas, such as a corner or behind a sofa. Of course, the chic design of this Whynter portable air conditioner lends itself to even the most modern, minimalist decor—with no need to hide it. If you need a blast of cool air in a different area, built-in front casters, two large back wheels, a retractable pull cord, and a convenient handle make moves a breeze.
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Tips for Keeping Your Home Cool on a Budget

Posted by Ivey on April 18th, 2011

Hot temperatures in homeIt’s official—temperatures across the U.S. are rising. As a result, many people are searching for ways to keep their homes cool and energy bills low. Aside from actual outdoor heat, other factors can contribute to a steamy, uncomfortable home. Below are three simple steps to help you stay cool on a budget.
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