If the a/c is a lot smaller than the window, a lot of the cool air will head outside the moment that your a/c is producing it.
This summer month has been exceptionally timid and humid in the space that I live in! I would walk across the street to get my mail and be covered in sweat by the time I got back to my house. I was so thankful for my a/c this summer, but there are a couple of great tips about keeping my home air conditioned and cool that I wish I would have known when it first started to get hot, the biggest concern I had was keeping the chilly air in my house. This sounds easy, but when you have more than three little ones that are always coming in and out of the house, the cool air from the a/c quickly escapes outside. One thing you can do to help is to make sure your a/c is in a cool that does not go outside, then a minute tip is to make sure your a/c is in a window that is around the same size as the a/c. If the a/c is a lot smaller than the window, a lot of the cool air will head outside the moment that your a/c is producing it. One last tip is to get air way blockers for the bottom of your doors that lead outside. If your door has a large gap at the bottom of it, the cool air from your a/c can escape and then you will be wasting cash on your Heating and Air Conditioning unit. These simple tips can help you keep your Heating and Air Conditioning costs down, and keep the cool air inside your entire home.