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Choosing an air conditioner for small spaces

July 18, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Written by Movincool

1When choosing an air conditioner, especially for a smaller space, it is important to consider all the options and what will best fit your needs. Since this is about a smaller space, using large or split type air conditioning units can be ruled out. This leaves two options: window units and portable air conditioners. Here we look at the main advantages and disadvantages between the two types:

Portable units

The obvious advantage here is portability. You can essentially place it wherever you want in a room as long as there is a power outlet. Some of them come with casters to easily roll around from room to room. In smaller spaces, where natural light is important, losing window space for an air conditioner can mean a lot less light. This is yet another advantage of portable units over windowed.

Window units

These units are heavier, cannot be moved easily and take up a lot of window space. However, when floor space is a at a premium, a window unit is perfect. The unit is placed entirely outside and takes no additional space. Then there is also the question of cooling.  Window units are more power efficient than portable units, cooling better for less electricity. When it comes to noise levels, window units and portable have roughly the same though in the case of window units, the noise will be mostly outside.

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Simplify the Dentist Office by Taking Payments Online

July 1, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Learn how dentals offices can embrace new technology for payment processing.

medical-accepting-online-paymentsHealthcare is finally moving into the future, and online payments are an important component of that move forward. Customers will soon expect their doctor or dentist to accept payments online, and we may be heading toward a trend where healthcare pricing is easier to come by. For the average consumer, that’s a huge plus. If you’re looking to boost your client retention in the dentistry field, you might think about allowing credit transactions online.

What You Need

You’ll need to get an account at one of the many credit card processing companies that exist on the Web. If you want to save money, and have some flexibility, avoid working directly with big banks and opt for independent companies. They often offer lower rates than banks, and offer more flexibility in payment terms.

You’ll also need a website, which will complement whatever you do in the office. Your payment processor should come with a credit card machine, and you’ll most likely have some integration work to do on the site itself. Any developer can do that for you, as well as someone with a decent grasp on coding.

Why it Works

One of the biggest problems in healthcare is trying to get a price for any work to be done. Taking payments online, even if it’s for common procedures, will help address that problem. Patients will learn that a simple cleaning or a cavity fill has a standard price. They may also love your pricing model so much they recommend it to friends.

Just price what you can and experiment to see what patients respond to. Most of the time, the website is an added bonus to your existing payment processing plan.


Charge.com Payment Solutions, Inc. is the most efficient and affordable method to accept payments online.