With air conditioning technology increasingly being replaced by electric heating and cooling systems, it’s no surprise that air conditioners can get quite old.
Thankfully, ducted or insulated air conditioning (DAC) units can still be very useful when it comes to protecting your home from the elements.
But while AC units can keep you warm, they’re not going to do the same for you if you’re out in the cold.
With ducted AC units, you can use a simple air conditioner as a way to keep your home warm and cozy.
The first step in replacing your duct-less air condition unit is to replace it with a solid-state AC unit.
You’ll need to remove the entire AC unit from the unit and put it into a container.
Next, put the AC unit into a cold environment, such as a closet or a basement, and heat it up to 95 degrees Fahrenheit (36 Celsius).
Then, fill the container with a warm liquid such as water or coffee, which will help the cooling process to take place.
Next you’ll need a hot source of heat such as the microwave or a stove.
While it might seem like a daunting task, it will be quick and easy to do, especially if you have a hot water heater or a water filter to help keep your unit from leaking.
After that, you’ll be able to place the ducted unit into an AC outlet in the house and wait.
The ducted water heater and a water-filtered radiator will both work perfectly to keep the AC supply running.
When the temperature inside the ducts is at the right temperature, you’re ready to put the unit back into the box and enjoy a hot bath.
Once the temperature has returned to normal, you need to fill the water tank of the ducting unit and let it cool off.
After cooling the unit, you will need to put it back into a dry, air-conditioned space.
This can be a cold room or a warm room, depending on your climate.
Then, you have to ensure the temperature of the water inside the unit is at normal levels.
After a while, the temperature will return to normal and the duct will begin to cool.
Once your duct unit is cooled down, you just need to gently heat the unit with a microwave or electric heat source, or simply heat it to 95 Fahrenheit (37 Celsius).
When the unit reaches 95 Fahrenheit, you are done!
The cool and refreshing bath is all done!
You can then simply put the duct-free air conditioning unit back in its box and leave it at home.
When it’s time to put a new ducted system in, you simply have to remove and reattach the entire unit, and put in the new one with a different water-quality filter.