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#1 Joggingguy

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Posted 17 May 2011 - 07:06 PM

When Hurricane Ike came through Houston, we were without power for 16 days. After a few days had past and we found out that the power wasn't going to come on any time soon, I borrowed a 10K BTU window unit and ran it with a 5500W generator. This combination actually worked very well for the entire time we didn't have power and kept the main part of the house cool.

I was going to get a small (9-10K BTU) dual-hose portable AC unit to use for backup during hurricane season since it is easier to set up and I wanted to get some input from the experts on here as to which brands were better, which should be avoided, etc.

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