Air Conditioners – Trane, Amana, Carrier, Sanyo, Frigidaire, Haier, LG, Mitsubshi, Ruud, Kenmore

This is our main starter page for’s air conditioner information. We are listing information and data on all of the most popular air conditioner brands in the marketplace. There is a wide variety of types to consider, and your choice of air conditioner is based on a few different variables. One, you need to consider the size of the space you are trying to cool down. Then you need to consider whether you want an air conditioner that is incorporated into your central heating and air enviromental control unit. These are more expensive of course as compared with the more inexpensive cheaper air conditioning units that are for apartments and single rooms – these are obviously the window style, or through-wall units. They still require caution when installing. Just for interest sakes, the air conditioner in the picture below is the type that is piped to the central heating and air unit for the typical sized house.

The most common air conditioners for consumer purchase are found in all of the typical department stores and home repair/hardware stores, such as Sears, Lowes, and Home Depot. Trane, Carrier, Sanyo, Amana, LG, Fridgidaire, Haier, Mitsubushi, Rudd, and Kenmore – we have other pages on other models and makes too. We are working on providing some listing for retailers that sell parts for air conditioners too.

There are some obvious other uses in the smaller air conditioning units. Some of the stand alone units are getting more and more popular if you only want to spend a few hundred dollars, and rig up an easy connection to a window. I just came back from Idaho where I rented a house on the lake which had a small LG standalone air conditioner with a simple design. The cost was only $350 dollars and it worked very well cooling down a fairly large room which had a kitchen, large living room area, and hallway. On a hot day at around 92 degrees F, it kept the room temperature down to a nice level. A real life-saver for the dogs when we had to once-in-awhile leave them at home with their water and food.

List of Air Conditioner Brands and Makes

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