Question about Heating & Cooling
Rain runs off the roof of my home and pours into the AC at ground level. This can't be good for the unit - can it? Can you install something like a rain hood over the unit to keep that direct runoff from pouring into the unit? Gutters don't seem to stop the heavy runoff during heavy rains. Suggestions?
If your condenser blow air up through the top of the condenser and you are concern about rain water affecting the unit.
You can install a roof or rain hood about 4ft above the unit to keep the rain off, The unit must be able to blow air off without causing Hi head pressure to affect the unit, The condenser must breathe or desipate heat freely.
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Posted on Apr 01, 2008
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