Have you ever wondered what goes into a heating or air conditioning system for a large office building or another large building like a mall or a school? My name is Evelyn, and I am an HVAC architect. I design heating and air conditioning systems for large, corporate buildings. Making sure that a large building with many rooms or offices is efficiently heated and cooled is a very large job and is much more complicated than simply heating or cooling a home. This blog will educate the reader on how heating and cooling jobs this large are designed and completed.
It seems like dog pee is damaging to almost everything. It ruins lawns and flooring, upholstery and bedding. It should come at no surprise then that your dog's pee can also ruin your air conditioner condenser. Dogs prefer to pick one spot on the lawn and do their duty there--and if that spot is on or near your air conditioner condenser, you could be facing hundreds or thousands of dollars in air conditioning repair in just a few short years. Knowing how to recognize the signs of damage from dog urine on your condenser, and what to do about the problem, will help you avoid early replacement of the unit.
Signs of Trouble
If you're paying attention to the dog and your air conditioner condenser, you should be able to catch the problem before it becomes a big issue. The signs of trouble include:
Stop the Behavior
Once you've determined that your dog is slowly destroying your air conditioner, your first course of action will be to stop the behavior. Some effective solutions to this problem include:
Have Your Condenser Professionally Serviced
Once you've stopped the dog from reaching the air conditioner, have an AC repair professional from a company like R & B Heating & Air Conditioning look at your unit. He or she can clean the condenser and make recommendations for necessary repairs. Doing this will ensure that your air conditioner is in proper working condition.