If you have central heating and air units installed on all of the residential mobile home sites at your rental park, foregoing routine maintenance may have resulted in some of your tenants complaining about the cooling or heating capabilities of their equipment. Besides driving up energy costs due to a unit operating inefficiently, you are subjecting yourself to needing to provide frequent repairs that could be costly. Make the upkeep of equipment a priority and seek units that are more technologically advanced.
You don't want your AC to go out when you need it most, so proper maintenance is a must. The outdoor unit is the most exposed and prone to problems. By knowing the most common reasons for an AC problem, you can work to prevent it.
1. Keep the Area Debris-Free
Debris around the unit can block the vents and reduce airflow, or coat the evaporator coils with dirt and reduce cooling.
Your air conditioner is short-cycling when it is turning on and off rapidly, and not running a full cycle. Short-cycling can be really damaging to the components on your air conditioner and is a reason to call in the HVAC professional immediately. There are four common reasons why your air conditioner may be short-cycling.
Dirty Air Filter
Your air filter plays a very important role in the overall functionality of your air conditioning unit.
Most people want a cool home in the summer. While some people are content to pay for AC whatever the cost, most want low cooling costs if possible. This may seem difficult to achieve. However, you can keep your home comfortably cool while also preventing your utility costs from skyrocketing.
Your first step will be to correct any of the following mistakes you may inadvertently be doing.
1. Sizing the AC Unit Too Big
If you and your family want access to an additional bathroom, but don't want to go to the time and expense of relocating, constructing a bathroom addition on your property can be very convenient and cost effective. However, if you live in a relatively hot climate and rely on air conditioning to keep your home cool, your new bathroom addition will also need to be properly air conditioned.
A variety of air conditioning systems and solutions can be used in bathroom additions, but choosing the best system for your specific needs can be challenging.