Wednesday, September 28, 2016





How to Shop for Dog House Air Conditioners/Climate Control Units


Most people who live in the colder areas of the country are aware of small heaters that help to keep a dog house warm in the winter, but you should also be aware of the new dog house climate control units as well. These new units give your pet the same, reliable heat in the winter, but they also have the ability to cool your pet when summer rolls around. They are safe and eco-friendly, and help to protect your pet's health.
Why Do You Need One?
There was a time when almost all dogs spent virtually year-round outdoors. Because of that, they toughened up and became accustomed to extreme temperatures. However, many people are now putting their dogs out for only part of the day or part of the year, and these dogs may not be able to cope with the extreme changes in temperature.

Dog house climate control units are ideal for all breeds and dog houses of all sizes, whether your dog lives outdoors or only spends time outdoors now and then. In the winter, it helps to keep them warm, and in the summer, when they are trying to get out of the heat and humidity, it keeps the interior of their house cool and dry.

What Should You Look For?

It is important that when you are shopping for dog house climate control units, you find one that is both a heater and an air conditioner that also dehumidifies. It should be specifically designed for a dog house and also be environmentally friendly. Dog house climate control units are designed for small spaces. Commercial AC units normally used for homes are not readily adaptable for small space applications like dog houses.

What about The Economics?
With the cost of energy these days, who wants an added expense for cooling or heating their backyard dog house? Thankfully, there are now modern dog house climate control units that are fully programmable, portable, and lightweight, and they use very little energy. And since these units are thermostatically controlled they will come on and consume energy only when needed.

Do Dogs Really Need This?
You might believe that any dog that can live outside should be able to survive in any weather conditions, but that just isn't true. It's also not appropriate. We would not expect this of ourselves - imagine your life without heating or air conditioning.  As you learn more about dog house climate control units, it becomes clear that they are not only a luxury for your pet, but they can be a real lifesaver. Dogs can suffer from all of the very same injuries from extreme heat or cold that humans do, and if they are left out in hostile environments for extended periods, the results can be fatal.

If you reside in an area that has extreme climate conditions, hot or cold, a climate control unit for your dog house will provide comfort for your pet year round and peace of mind knowing your beloved pet is safe!

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  1. The two main factors to consider when evaluating the energy efficiency of air conditioners are BTUs and Wattage. The BTU rating is how much heat the unit can remove over one hour in standardized conditions, meaning how well it cools air. Jase Davidson

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