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The Maltese summer can be just as beautiful as tiring. With temperatures averaging 30+ degrees, it’s impossible to live without a proper AC system. And on the other hand, during winter with temperatures under 10 degrees outside, it feels even colder inside. You have a couple of solutions to efficiently deal with these problems (and survive summer and winter happily).
An air conditioner can be chosen based on the brand, for example, Haier or Samsung. Different brands can be easily found in Malta, as businesses providing ACs offer a variety of them. The most popular brands are Haier, Daikin, Samsung, Toshiba and LG.
Apart from different brands, there are also different systems, as for example inverter ACs, portable or solar. Depending on the brand, type and any additional service provided, prices will vary accordingly. Prices are handled by quotations, and to contact the business you can find websites and contact details on Yellow. Specifications of offered AC systems, such as power supply, minimum and maximum temperature or weight, are usually on the websites, including information about any additional services and products - dehumidifier, air purifier or installation service.
A proper AC should efficiently cool your apartment and keep the temperature at a certain level. You can adjust the settings to suit your preferences, warm and cosy during winter, and cool and refreshing during summer.
There are different types of air conditioners, for example, a heat pump. The idea behind it is to pump warm air from inside and release it outside, or during winters, to extract the heat from outside and warm an apartment with it. A heat pump is more energy-efficient as it just moves heat and doesn’t generate it.
Another option is an inverter AC which saves more electricity on long runs. How? Since it doesn’t run at a fixed speed or level but adapts to the temperature and conditions, it can efficiently utilise needed power.
There are also portable air conditioners, although they might not be as ‘portable’ as they sound. Once attached, they’re hard to move, and the common opinion is that they are noisier and less effective. But after all, it all depends on the model and your needs.
A good solution for office buildings, hotels and hospitals is the central cooling system, HVAC - heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. Not restricted to commercial use only, but definitely more popular in this area, are solar ACs, which are a very efficient and cost-effective option, especially knowing that Malta and Gozo enjoy 300 sunny days per year.
Apart from ACs, businesses usually offer another useful device - dehumidifiers, as the level of humidity in Malta is quite high. A dehumidifier helps your laundry dry faster, lower the risk of diseases such as asthma and helps you sleep better. Devices are usually small and easy to move around so you can make the most of them wherever needed. Also, an air purifier is a useful device which helps reduce pollution and odours in the air.