Frigidaire 12,000 BTU Air Conditioner With Heat

Frigidaire White FRA12EZU2 12,000 BTU Air Conditioner - Image from Sears

Buying a multi-room air conditioner unit that works in both hot and cold temperatures is a smart way to save yourself time and money in any season. Buying the Frigidaire white 12,000 BTU cool/11,000 BTU heat compact air conditioner with heat is even smarter (Sears Item No.: 04201025000; Model No.: FRA12EZU2).

The Frigidaire 12,000 BTU cool/11,000 BTU heat compact air conditioner with heat is an ENERGY STAR® product, using just 922 kWh/y. In addition, the air conditioner features a low-voltage start-up and eight-way air direction control.

What makes the Frigidaire 12,000 BTU cool/11,000 BTU heat compact air conditioner with heat stand out is that this appliance has both a sufficient cooling and heating capacity for a room of up to 640 square feet. In addition, the Frigidaire 12,000 BTU cool/11,000 BTU heat compact air conditioner with heat comes with a full-function remote control with heat.

Three speeds exist for heat along with three speeds for cool. The Frigidaire 12,000 BTU cool/11,000 BTU heat compact air conditioner with heat is easy to operate because it comes with electronic controls along with an antimicrobial rigid mesh filter that is simple to replace as well.

The Frigidaire 12,000 BTU cool/11,000 BTU heat compact air conditioner with heat is 82 pounds and additionally has a 24-hour on and off timer.

The Frigidaire 12,000 BTU cool/11,000 BTU heat compact air conditioner with heat features a price of $599.99.

ENERGY STAR® appliances save homeowners on utility costs and create green jobs, with green jobs paving the way for increased employment in a growing American industry.

Visit Sears to purchase this ENERGY STAR® appliance today!

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