When my partner and I bought our RV camper, my associate and I had yet to learn about the many installations we had have to make that would help with indoor comfort; We only got a more precise image of what we had need to do when my associate and I met another RV camper with everything, including a quality Heating and A/C unit.
We did not have an Heating and A/C installation in our camper yet, however the weather was still comfortable, and my associate and I hadn’t started traveling somewhere we had need air conditioner… The other campers had bought their ductless mini-split at the local indoor comfort supplier where they came from and had it installed by an a/c professional from the same company.
We had to check whether our local cooling company needed what my associate and I needed and whether an a/c worker could install it respectfully, unfortunately, they did not have it, however the town next to ours had it, so I had to schedule a morning and drive there for the cooling specialist at that supplier to install it for us, then i did not even know my associate and I needed a digital temperature control to help the unit run efficiently, especially since we had be using solar and battery power. It sounded complicated, worse than when we had had to understand how the electric heat pump my associate and I installed in our condo worked, but finding an a/c repair once my associate and I started moving would not be difficult, especially if my associate and I encountered an unexpected problem, at least my associate and I knew that my associate and I could schedule an a/c tune-up, search for somewhere to get it done, and then travel there. We have been great with the unit since it was installed, and we’ve met more RV campers with nice ideas on how to care for the unit, which has been helpful.