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Conventional Air Conditioning Installation Recommendations

There are several "do it yourself" air conditioning setup programs provided through the web, some of which are really useful and others that offer simply the really basic steps for setup. It is important to keep in mind that incorrectly doing your air conditioning setup can wind up costing you more money in the long run, so make sure to clarify any questions and totally comprehend the process before you begin.

The first step in completing your air conditioning setup process is to entirely review the manufacturer's handbook. You will need to be trained and licensed in handling the refrigerant or coolant, or you will need to contract with somebody to do this step. In addition, if you are not an electrician, it is always best to have a professional complete this step so you don't wind up wasting time and money later on when the building is inspected. If you need to obtain any permits, make sure to do so prior to starting the air conditioning setup.

Make certain that you have all the required materials prior to starting the task. This includes tools, the air conditioning unit itself, ducts and hangers and other equipment or materials required as per the manufacturer's directions and your very own particular building. The following step is to locate the outdoor part of the unit on level ground, preferably in a shady area, near the home and a minimum of three feet from an electric or gas meter as per building codes in your location. Have a concrete pad to position the unit on and fasten as required. A small opening is then drilled through the wall to permit electrical wires and pipes to stretch from the internal to external unit.

Place the internal unit in the plenum above the heater as per the manufacturer's directions. Connect the suction line that will carry the moisture between the inside unit and the condenser on the outside. At this point the high voltage connects should be made by a professional electrician. There are likewise low voltage wires that will need to be connected, these can be done by the electrician or by the property owner as per the air conditioning setup directions provided.Tucson Arizona Air Conditioning Repair\nProfile

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