ac unit in sun ALL DAY!....

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betty
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Thu Jul 25, 2013 6:45 pm

Is having my ac unit moved to the other side of my home worth the price of moving it & its maybe going to be less than 10feet more duct work? It currently is sitting in a place that gets ALL the sun ALL DAY from about noon til it goes down, the other side of my home only gets the sun from when it comes up til maybe noon, less hot-ness! Ant ideas of shading my home besides trees??


DaleM
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Sun Jul 28, 2013 7:34 pm

It would be more efficient but I really don't know if the move would be all that cost effective. If you live in a souther region of the states where you're running the air 6 months or so a year probably a good idea to move it.

Aaronjohn
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Wed Nov 06, 2013 7:14 pm

Maybe this article can help you with your problem... weather.com/outdoors/home-improvement/energy-tips/cooling-without-ac_2010-08-23
Aaron John
www.247torontolocksmith.com

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