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Small units may fit in windows, venting to the outside world. * Disclaimer: This calculation is intended as a rough guide only. Before you decide on an air conditioning unit you should commission an audit from a suitably qualified air conditioning equipment specialist or installer.
About the Author Denis Laverty possesses more than 17 years experience in network management and communications, Denis has been involved with network management applications from the early DOS days; as product trainer, technical author and QA Director.