Getting an air conditioning system is an early and crucial step to cooling an indoor garden, be sure therefore to invest in the right unit as there are many different types.
A portable air conditioner is one type, these are simple in that they have a systematic and convenient size with portability which makes it easily repositioned and moved throughout your grow room with a simple install. They are best for grow tents or grow rooms due to their smaller sizes. Typically you will find one or two tubings on two main portable unit types. It is the general recommendation to go with two tubes as an investment so it will inhibit bringing exhaust heat again into the room.
Window-mounted conditioners are much more sophisticated to install than a portable unit. With this type of air conditioner, it is mounted on a window or through the wall, and half of the unit is exposed. These are the ideal size for a medium or a small-sized garden. Mini-split air conditioners generally have no ducts and are comprised of two parts. One is the rectangular unit that is mounted on the wall while the other gets rid of the heat and moisture for cooling and is connected outside.
Ceiling-mounted air conditioners are very helpful if you are working with a space without much storage. Using these will maximize your gardening space. They are similar to mini-split air conditioners however are apprehended to the ceiling. Because of this, they will require professional installation which costs more initially.
Commercial grade air conditioning units are designed for big, professional indoor grow operations and also will work in a greenhouse. Similar to ceiling-mounted air conditioners they are connected to the ceiling and are usually quite large. These will definitely require professional installation and it is best for them only to be installed on buildings that are able to take on a commercial-grade air conditioner.