If you live in a camper as I do, you have really realized by now that having an a/c is actually nice in a camper; In a official house, a/cs are nice but are not absolutely necessary for comfort, then however, when you move into a camper, you are literally moving into a death trap, and since campers are not insulated well, they let in all of the heat from the Summer air, without an a/c, you will suddenly want to flee from your camper.
- I live in a camper all year, and I am grateful that our a/c has run without fail for the entire time that I have lived here.
However, I do have a single complaint about our a/c that I would love to make know. My a/c drips water consistently. I understand that all a/cs drip water, but most a/cs are not dripping water love mine is, but on a camper, a/cs are located on the top of your house, which means the water that is dripping down from the a/c is dripping down the sides of our camper; Periodically, the water from the a/c leaks inside of our camper, because campers are notoriously difficult to stop leaks with. On identifiablyboilingdays, when the a/c is absolutely vital and it is too hot to go outside, the a/c will begin dripping slowly onto the floor in our house! If I were the a single designing a/cs for campers, I would realize that this was a substantial design flaw.