These air conditioners have to be wired directly to your home’s electrical box; it’s not like you can simply plug one of these HVAC systems directly into a wall electrical outlet
It’s easy nowadays to get overly confident with potential DIY projects. While internet videos can be a wealth of information to learn any number of various fix-it or repair jobs that are within a novice’s capabilities, those same videos can give too much reassurance over more complex jobs and projects. Anything that involves creating new wiring in your home needs to be approached with care and delicacy, otherwise you’ll generate a serious fire hazard in the process. My college roommate bought a house right after college with money he inherited from his dying grandparents. I was shocked when he showed me one day all of these light fixtures he had added haphazardly to his kitchen. I asked him if he had electrical experience and laughed while pointing to his laptop sitting on his dining room table. One day while he was prepping food for dinner, his kitchen light fixtures started sparking and one caught on fire. To my old roommate’s credit, he had a fire extinguisher in his kitchen and was able to put out the fire immediately. But he didn’t learn his lesson and tried wiring a brand new ductless mini split HVAC system the following month. These air conditioners have to be wired directly to your home’s electrical box; it’s not like you can simply plug one of these HVAC systems directly into a wall electrical outlet. If you want to safely install a brand new ductless mini split heating and cooling system, you should consult with an HVAC technician and potentially have them do the work in the end.