Air Conditioner Rental Rates
Air conditioners are essential for controlling the temperature in a room and are capable of both cooling and heating. Most air conditioners are expensive and it is a good idea to rent them especially if they are to be used only for a short period of time. When renting a new air conditioner one has to consider the type of air conditioner, size and air conditioning rentals the electricity costs involved. Different brands of air conditioners, suitable for different room sizes and electricity voltage, are available. Rental fees tend to decrease as the time period of rental increases.
Various air conditioners, which are available for rent, are usually based on the electricity supply. A standard monobloc model uses 2.2 to 2.4 kilowatt of energy and is normally available to rent for about £80 per week. If used for around four weeks, the rental fee is lowered to around £45 per week. It goes further down to £33 per week if rented for 8 weeks and £29 per week if rented for 10 weeks or more. Similarly a heavy monobloc model, which has a capacity of 3 to 3.8 KW, can be rented at £ 120 for a week; £ 55 per week for 4 weeks; £42 per week for 8 weeks at £38 per week for 10 weeks or more.
The split type units are much more expensive. These provide 4 to 4.7 KW, so their rental is high. For one week the rent is around £130 and for four weeks rental is about £75 per week. For ten weeks, a split type air conditioner will cost £52 per week.
It is important to note that for most companies, the delivery plus setup costs are not included with the rental. For every first air conditioner rented, the installation would be approximately £40 and £10 for every additional installation.