on keith and baker air conditioning article Posted by kent kidd on Friday, July 25, 2019 12:05:07This is the second time I have seen this article.
I have no idea what it is about, but it is good for any budding air conditioning aficionado.
The author describes his air conditioning as “baker”, which I’m sure is a fairly accurate description.
I would love to see a more accurate comparison.
I’m pretty sure this air conditioner is not as good as it’s claimed to be.
The author says that the quality of the air conditioning is “pretty good” and that it’s “good for the money” (that is, for his home).
I can’t say I buy this statement at all.
The quality of his air conditioners is not really comparable to the quality offered by many air condition shops.
Here’s the kicker: the author claims that his air conditioned house is “well-loved by neighbours”.
He says: “I’ve had people coming to the house, and even my mum has come to visit.
I’m not sure if they are staying for the weekend or just for a week or so.
I’ve had many people come to stay for a while, but I’m fairly sure that I have never had people come back.
They’ve just stayed to see how my air condition is”.
I can’t tell you whether this is true or not.
Baker air condition units are often built with a smaller diameter than other types of air condition equipment.
The larger diameter air condition unit usually has a more efficient cooling system, but the larger diameter unit also means the energy it uses is not necessarily as efficient.
I’m not certain that this is a good comparison, but there’s a lot to be said for comparing your home air condition system to that of a well-liked neighbour.
If you’re a fan of air conditioning and are considering purchasing a KEVO, you may want to read the full article before you buy.