65% of UAE residents regard air conditioning as more important than internet and cars




A recent study revealed that 65% of UAE residents consider air conditioning a necessity rather than a luxury, ranking it higher than the Internet, smart phones, and cars. The study, conducted by Censuswide, was commissioned by Air Conditioning, a leading air conditioning solutions company

A recent study revealed that 65% of UAE residents consider air conditioning a necessity rather than a luxury, ranking it higher than the Internet, smart phones, and cars.

The study, commissioned by Censuswide, commissioned Air Conditioning’s leading air conditioning company, ACIF, to ask 1,000 people in the UAE about their dependence on key products and services, to reveal that conditioning is closely related to quality of life, happiness and health in the region. , And that any failure is a major concern.

Twenty percent (56%) said air conditioners were the only thing they would not be able to do without one day, followed by the Internet (36%). , Followed by Sharjah (57%), Abu Dhabi (57%), and Ras Al Khaimah (50%).

Tariq Al-Ghussein, Chairman and CEO of Ta’if, said: “Given the warm climate in the UAE this summer, it is not surprising that the air conditioning population is a vital necessity. Any disruption will certainly cause great distress, especially when temperatures reach 40 ° C We recommend that you always check and clean the air conditioning units regularly to ensure they work efficiently, extend their life span and avoid any problems when you need them most. Doing so will also help reduce environmental impact in an area where air conditioners can not be avoided.

Despite the importance of the air conditioners, the results of the survey revealed that (93%) of respondents are dissatisfied with the policies of the guarantee for large household appliances, including air conditioners, household electrical appliances, and cars.

Participants mentioned several reasons for disturbing security policies, including the difficulty of claiming security (45%), long waiting times for repair or replacement (42%), hidden fees (37%) and unclear terms and conditions (23%).

“You can use the air conditioner responsibly by keeping the temperature at 24 ° C and closing it when you leave the house, not only reduces the chances of problems, it will also reduce electricity consumption and thus reduce your bills.”

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