Summer is here! Is your mobile home air conditioner ready to help you stay cool and comfortable? We often hear mobile home residents say air conditioning won’t work for them. There are a few different ways, however, that you can enjoy cold air inside your mobile home this summer!
Window Unit: Yes, a window air conditioning unit can be used in your mobile home, but this is likely the least desirable option. Window units are loud, can only cool a limited area and are not very energy efficient. If you have a larger area to cool, you may end up needing multiple units which could increase your costs significantly
Central Air Conditioning: If you have a furnace for heating, you maybe able to add a central air conditioning unit. A central air conditioning unit will capture the heat inside your home and transport it to your outdoor unit where it is released. Cooled air is then circulated through the home using your duct system. This is a more cost-efficient solution and offers options based on the size of your home and the amount you want to run the unit.
Ductless Mini-Splits: If you don’t have ductwork in your home already, consider a ductless mini-split unit. These systems are mounted on the wall inside your home, which is directly connected to a small unit outside your home. A ductless mini-split system is compact, easy to install and gives you increased flexibility when cooling your mobile home.
The best unit for your home depends on the size and layout of your home, you budget and your family’s cooling needs. Talk to the experts at Aaron’s Heating and Cooling. We’ll help you design a system that meets your individual needs! Get cool before the summer heat wave!