Walmart, Sam's Cub and the Home Depot are a few of the stores that carry GE air conditioners. These appliances are also available from online retailers, such as Amazon.
GE air conditioners designed for home use include wall units that mount directly into the wall of the room and window units that sit inside a window frame. GE air conditioners range from small models that have a cooling capacity of just above 5,000 BTUs to large models with cooling capacities of up to 25,200 BTUs. The smallest models are designed to cool a room smaller than 150 square feet, while the larger units can cool a space as large as 1,600 square feet. Some GE air conditioners are Energy Star certified for energy efficiency, and some are ADA compliant to make them easy for those with disabilities to access the controls.
The GE website does not offer direct-to-consumer sales of air conditioners, but it offers a "where to buy" feature that lets users locate a local retailer by entering a zip code. Filters and parts for repairing a GE air conditioner are available through the GE website. The site also has assembly diagrams, installation instructions and owner's manuals available for viewing or download.