Originally Posted by Vinster30
Here in west Texas, two AC are a must. I am one of those that will add the third AC. Looked at buying a new Cedar Creek about a month ago and was told I can not have it built with the 3rd installed. Will not be purchasing a Cedar Creek.
The AC units in these trailers can bring the temp down about 20 degrees on 105 plus days. That means the inside temp from about 2:00 to 6:30 PM is 85, without opening any doors. Manufactures need to start taking this inconsideration and offer a hot weather package as well as cold weather.
This is not exactly true... It drops the temp 20 degrees lower then the air intake.. Intake is grabbing air from inside your trailer not the outside... The cooler your inside camper it gets the lower that 20 degree drop is.. Its not based on temp outside.Your air cond is not taking air from outside into the intake .
We have the second a/c and have camped at myrtle beach in mid august. Did not need second a/c.. Temp was 70 inside trailer without bedroom a/c going at night and 70-76 inside during day.. Plus when it is on it is very loud right above you,, If I did it again I wouldnt get it..
I also must say i opened the vents up and fixed any airleaks that the ducts had in the front and back of unit and that alone made a huge difference.. The front of the unit at the end of duct just continued on forever cooling the area above the ceiling.. Took duct tape and cardboard and fixed it. Five min fix and seemed like it doubled air flow from vents.I recommend trying this first b4 buying second unit because from what I read this duct problem is not isolated to just mine..