Originally Posted by danskool
Is there benifits from having the 15 you think?Mine struggled on the hot days.. A bit more cooling power would be nice when it is 95 and sunny out..I to¬*believe i need the ducted model, I have been looking all morning and a bit confused, Some say i will need some interior changes, some don't. Confused at the moment.¬*¬* Dimensionally the 13.5 and 15 appear to be the same footprint. Thanks for your replies.¬*
Look at your current model. Does it have the controls on it or do you have a thermostat mounted on the wall. If you have a thermostat it is a ducted model. If the controls are mounted on the unit non-ducted. AFAIK.
Either way it's really just stick it in, hook up the wires, and go on as long as you replace with the same type unit. I guess you could replace a ducted with a non-ducted but I wouldn't know why. The other way wouldn't work, no ducts scattered around the trailer.
If they made 20k or 30k units that's what I would have. Texas heat is brutal and I don't pay for the electricity anyway.
Edited by: avvidclif