I live near the coast, do I have to consider humidity and salinity affecting the type of AC I purchase?
If you live near the sea, corrosion of the heat exchanger on outdoor units can reduce efficiency considerably, so this should be looked for at least annually.
You may consider buying a RCAC that has a de-humidifier.
I live near the coast is there something I need to consider?
- Living in a high-salt environment means that your solar installation will have to operate under slightly different conditions than a typical solar energy system. - The two effects of a salty environment you should be aware of are corrosion and ...
How do I safely dispose of my old AC?
There are a number of ways you can dispose of an old AC: Recycling - Vital parts like metal and plastic can be recycled and used to make something new although rare. To do this you should take your old air-conditioner to a recycling factory and drop ...
How much does it cost to remove and dispose of my old AC?
• Whitegoods are generally disposed of through collection in metal recycling programs, where they are shredded and their metal is recovered. Some charities may accept whitegoods for recycling but many can’t as there is a significant cost in ensuring ...
I live in a very cold climate, does a HWHP work in cold conditions?
If you buy a heat pump optimized for your own climate zone, your heat pump will continue to operate near its usual 300% efficiency all year long. It’s true that some heat pumps struggle in below freezing temperatures and may have a resistive electric ...
What kind of planning requirements do I have to consider before considering solar?
- You should consider the below: 1. Make sure you measure your electricity usage to know how much you use 2. Does your roof need repair? 3. What is the shape of your roof? 4. Will you need tilt frames if your roof is flatter? 5. ...