Now every new year it seems to us that the heat is increasing a little more. When we start getting troubled by the heat, then only one thought comes to our mind, bring Air Conditioner (A.C.) and put it in the house and take rest. So we go to the market or start searching online to buy A.C.

When it comes to cooling and conditioning the air in your home, you want to make sure that you and your loved ones are comfortable and breathing clean, quality air in the most efficient, eco-friendly, and cost-effective way.

Get an air conditioner. Then there are many brands in the market, there are many options, there are different technical terms, in the end, we get confused that what to do? To get rid of all these confusions, we have brought you the Buying Guide for buying AC today. By which you will know that A.C. What is the things to keep in mind before buying and what is very important for you to know. And yes you can save some money by following these suggestions, so read these suggestions till the end. So without writing anything else let us come to the direct point.


Budget will be our first point in all the products we will share with you in the buying guide. Because this is the most important point in which people are deceived and without thinking of their budget, they bring such a product, which can then lead to financial problems later. We all have different salary/earnings, we should set our budget accordingly before taking any product. This is the right method, so if you buy anything without setting a budget, then stop it and be a little financially educated because whatever this product is, it is going to make you less money from your pocket in the last. So ‘spread the legs as long as the sheet is’. So if your A.C. Whatever your budget is, stick to it because no one else is going to earn you money or else you can do A.C. to see someone else. are not buying.


Most of us stick to known, market-leading, brands. But this may not always be the best option.

In addition to the brand name, we should also consider: Does the brand have a network of service centers in your area? Are their service fees high or low? Is in-house installation included in this price? And what kind of warranty does it come with?

Air conditioners (A.C.) from brands like Voltas, Carrier, Croma, MarQ, etc. are great value for money, and if you don’t want to spend a lot then these A.Cs can be a good option for you.

A.C. Type (Window AC or Split AC)

Window AC or Split AC? Which to buy? A lot of people get confused about this. But there is no preferred option from an energy efficiency perspective. Window AC or Split AC both can do their job equally. What matters is the EER or energy efficiency ratio of the air conditioner. The Bureau of Energy Efficiency rates air conditioners based on the air conditioner’s EER based on its star rating. The higher the EER of the air conditioner, the higher the star rating. So a 5 star rated air conditioner provides more cooling per watt of electricity used.

Both split and window can have a high EER ratio. But it is seen that split air conditioners have more number of models in BEE 5 star rating as compared to window air conditioners. So if you are looking for high-efficiency air conditioners, split air conditioners can provide you with more options.

The main difference between the two is that window air conditioners have one unit while split air conditioners come in 2 units (indoor and outdoor). Split ACs are much quieter in operation and aesthetically pleasing than window ACs but are relatively more complicated to set up and require more space than window ACs. But split ACs in the market are better in terms of technology as well as features.

Energy Star Label

The efficiency of a room air conditioner is measured by the Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER). EER is the ratio of cooling capacity to electrical input (in watts) per hour (British Thermal Units [BTU]). The higher the ER rating, the more efficient the air conditioner. When buying a new room air conditioner, look for the ENERGY STAR label (3 Star,4 Star,5 Star ).

In fact, ENERGY STAR-certified air conditioners use less energy and cost less per year to run.


As you all know that we will think about buying AC, then our first question will be that how many tons of AC to buy. Because less Ton AC will not give much cooling and if you buy more Ton AC then electricity bill More will come If you ask the shopkeeper, then a simple maths will tell that 100 Sq. 1 Ton AC will be best for a room of feet. But these calculations are not entirely accurate. There are other things that affect the cooling, that you also need to know. for example,

  • If the room is in the heavy shade during the day, reduce the capacity by 10 percent,
  • If there is a lot of sunlight in the room, increase the capacity by 10 percent. Use Paddo in the window.
  • If more than two people regularly stay in the room, add 600 BTU for each additional person.
  • The unit is used in a kitchen, increase the capacity to 4,000 BTU.

If you do not want to get into all this mess, then you can call the person of the company whose AC you are thinking of taking, from that company for a home visit. He will come and do the complete calculation (room measurement, inside-outside temperature (Heat Load), etc.) and will help you to choose the AC of your ton.

Condenser (Condenser – Aluminum or Copper)

If we talk about the condenser in AC, then there are mainly two types of condensers 1. aluminum or alloy and 2. Copper.

If you talk about the price, then AC with copper condenser will cost you more than AC with aluminum alloy condenser. But on the other hand copper has higher heat transfer coefficient than aluminum. This means that copper is a better heat exchanger than aluminum. Means more cooling, quicker cooling, lower bills. Copper is much easier to repair than aluminum above. Many a time, when aluminum coils get damaged, break while repairing they require replacement. Coils made of copper are much stronger than aluminum. Therefore they are durable. Meaning that the life of AC with a copper condenser is more than that of AC with an aluminum condenser.

Inverter AC or Non-Inverter AC

The main difference between inverter and non-inverter air conditioner is that an inverter air conditioner can control the speed of its compressor motor. Once the room is cooled, inverter air conditioners reduce the speed of the motor to conserve energy and cooling used to cool the air.

In comparison, non-inverter motors only run at full speed or stop. The motor runs at full speed but shuts down once the room temperature drops to the desired level. This frequent shutdown process can make unnecessary noise and use more energy. This means that the electricity bill will be higher in non-inverter AC.