Air Conditioning Installation Tips

Installation of air conditioning can be simple, it can be easy to project yourself if you install an AC window.Have a look at Action Air Conditioning Installation & Heating of San Diego for more info on this.

However you will require specialized help and service technicians to do the job for more complex central air conditioning installation. Here are a few simple tips that will guide you in your effort to install an air conditioning unit successfully.

The first thing you need to consider before actually buying and installing the air conditioner is the size of the room. That helps you to determine the AC ‘s capacity accordingly.

Measure the size of the window where the AC will be installed, and then check for proper electrical service. Make sure the window frame and the sill are in good condition and strong enough to support unit weight. In some cases, you may need to get an authorization to install the AC.

The things you need for the air conditioning installation, apart from the air conditioner, include a measuring tape, metal brackets and other support frames, caulking gun and waterproof caulk, screwdrivers and foam insulating strips.

To install the air conditioner, you must first configure the mounting hardware that includes supports mounted on the sill. Open the window, and obey the manufacturer’s step-by – step instructions for installing the package.

When screwing to the sill on the bracket make sure you place it at a tilt to ensure proper condensation. Sheet metal screws are utilized for metal brackets.

Lift the air-conditioner now and put it on the bracket. The modern air conditioners are equipped with pockets underneath the unit to allow easy sliding into the opening window. Slide the window into place on top of the unit.

Open the extensions on each side of the air conditioner ensuring that the units between the window and the unit are closed securely. These extensions are fastened onto the window sash using angle brackets.

Secure the sashes of the window and finish off the installation by sealing the gaps with foam strips to ensure adequate insulation. Caulk the unit outside and plug the AC to use it, depending on the manufacturer’s instructions.