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Air Conditioning Tip: What You Need To Know About Mobile Home AC

Cooling mobile homes can often be challenging. As most air conditioners are designed for use in conventional homes, mobile homes require a specific type of unit and ductwork to work properly in the compact space. If you need a new mobile home AC, or need professional repair services on your existing system, then make sure you hire a professional who knows how to approach the uniqueness of the mobile home. For New Port Richey, FL air conditioning services, call the pros at Ierna’s Heating & Cooling today!

There are many different types of AC systems on the market today. The one best geared for installation in the mobile home is known as a packaged unit. When most people think of central air, they think of a split system, with the indoor unit housing an air handler/evaporator coil and an outdoor unit housing a compressor/condenser. They are connected by lines of refrigerant. A packaged unit has all of these same components, but it houses all of them together in a single package. Because space is at a premium in a mobile home, installing a conventional indoor unit would be inconvenient. Instead, a packaged unit sits off to the side of the mobile home, so that it doesn’t interfere with your living space. Bryant packaged air conditioners offer some of the best possible performance for mobile home applications, with high SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) ratings, low operating volume, and sturdy design.

Your packaged unit requires specialized flexible ductwork in order to provide effective and efficient transport between the home and the AC. Typically, this runs underneath your mobile home, and will require some light work to the structure of your home so that it can be adequately integrated into your living space. The installation of the ductwork is a critical step because so much of your energy efficiency and cooling performance depends upon it being a sealed system.

We hope this brief guide helps you understand a little bit more about what you need to know about mobile home AC. For more information, contact the New Port Richey, FL air conditioning experts at Ierna’s Heating & Cooling today

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