Mobile Home Air Conditioner Repair

Mobile home air conditioner repair state Licensed & insured AKA Manufactured home repair is a sophisticated,affordable mobile home that is a smart choice for many buyers. Also equally smart is knowing that your manufactured home product is just that a manufactured home product. Intertherm air conditioning systems are specifically designed for your manufactured home. In addition electric furnaces,air handlers,gas furnaces and oil furnaces offer high efficiency and dependability.
Intertherm has made a name for itself in the manufactured home heating and cooling industry. Intertherm started as the International Oil Heating Company in 1919. From the first oil burner to the first central air conditioner for manufactured home, Intertherm has provided reliable, innovative HVAC solutions.

Intertherm Air Conditioner

Mobile home air conditioner
Mobile home air conditioner

Intertherm is known for its outstanding air conditioning for manufactured home. From gas furnaces to split-system air conditioners.
Intertherm products encompass a wide variety of equipment designed to meet the needs of any manufactured home customer in the heating and air conditioning. Whether that’s a brand new 15-SEER heat pump or an exceptionally efficient air conditioner. Can I use a regular house furnace or electric heating system in my mobile home? The answer is NO! HUD regulates Mobile home systems  and the design and construction of these systems is different than that of a regular house system.TJE Mechanical understands these requirements.

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Last but certainly not least, packaged air conditioning is a popular choice for mobile homes. With this all-in-one system, the compressor, coils, and air handler are combined in a single unit that is installed outside. Since there’s no indoor unit, it takes up less interior space. Depending on the layout of your home, a packaged AC system may require ducts to be installed.

Air conditioner Types

These are the four main types of mobile ho air conditioning systems available for mobile homes. Consider your needs, budget, and power source when deciding which system is best for you. With some research, you can make an informed decision that will keep your home comfortable all year round.If you have a forced-air furnace for heating, in most cases you can add a central air conditioning unit. This unit captures the heat inside the home and transports it to an outdoor unit where the heat is released. Cooled air is then circulated around the home using your existing ducts. Central ACs are popular and usually cost-efficient solutions.If you don’t have ductwork already installed in your mobile home, a mini-split unit may be a better way to go. These systems are mounted on the wall with a small unit outside, which is directly connected to an inside unit. What’s great about these units is they’re compact, easy to install and give you more flexibility when cooling your mobile home. They are also very quiet and energy efficient. They however have a higher initial cost than the other options.

No matter which type of AC system you choose for your mobile home ai, it’s important to have it installed by a professional. This will help ensure the system is correctly installed and working at peak efficiency. With proper installation and maintenance, you can enjoy many years of worry-free cooling in your home.


Manufactured home air conditioner are subject to the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards or “HUD Code” rather then local building codes. They display a red certification label on the exterior of each transportable section. Manufactured home industry codes are regulated by HUD. It establishes standards for design and construction, strength and durability, fire resistance, energy efficiency, transportability, and quality control. It also sets performance standards for the heating and air conditioning, plumbing, thermal, and electrical systems.We offer Synchrony financial solutions for affordable financing.


Intertherm is a brand that is nearly 100 years old. Founded in 1919 as the International Oil Heating Company, Intertherm was acquired by Nordyne in the late 1980s and is now one of several HVAC brands owned by Nortek Global, along with Frigidaire, Maytag, and Gibson.

Today, Intertherm specializes in producing heating and cooling equipment designed specifically for manufactured homes. Their product lines include split air conditioners and heat pumps, as well as gas, oil, and electric furnaces. They also produce mobile home packaged systems for both small and large footprint installations.

Intertherm uses Demand Flow Technology—a system that involves computer-automated testing of every Intertherm product. They stand behind the quality of their products with a 1-year warranty on parts and labor, 10-20 year warranties on heat exchangers in their furnaces, and 5-10 year warranties on compressors (specific warranties depend on the product and registration).

Intertherm generally offers minimum to moderate efficiency units. For instance, their split air conditioners and heat pumps offer 14-15 SEER efficiency ratings. These units incorporate reliable and efficient Copeland single-stage scroll compressors.

Package unit Heat pumps

The packaged air conditioners and heat pumps fo come in 14 SEER and 16 SEER models. The 16 SEER models have increased efficiency thanks to the use of a two-stage scroll compressor. The two-stage compressor also helps the HVAC system keep inside temperatures steadier, enhancing comfort.

Additionally, Intertherm offers gas/electric packaged systems as well as a hybrid packaged system. The hybrid system combines an electric heat pump with a gas furnace. This allows for efficient heating and cooling year round, without sacrificing any comfort on the coldest winter days.

For heating, Intertherm produces gas, oil, and electric furnaces that can be matched with a split air conditioner. Interterm’s gas furnaces range from 78-95% AFUE efficiency. They have dual shut-off valves that enhance safety by ensuring 100% gas shutoff.

Intertherm has been a leader in the development of oil-burning gun furnaces, producing the first one over fifty years ago. Their oil-burning furnaces specifically designed for manufactured homes continue to be near the top of their market today.

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