How big should an AC unit be for a new house?

Answer On One Hand: Average Cooling-to-Size RatioIn general, you can take the area of the home that you wish to cool, then multiply that by 17 to 20 to get the air conditioner unit size in BTUs. From ther... Read More »

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How big of an air conditioning unit should I put in a 1,500-square-foot house?

Air conditioners are measured in BTUs (British Thermal Units). For a 1,500-square-foot home, you need an air conditioner with a capacity of about 30,000 BTUs per hour. You can adjust this number up... Read More »

Who should the unit owner's association contact to file a property lien against a unit owner who owes unpaid assessments?

Your association's attorney can help you read your governing documents to follow the process required before filing a lien on a unit title. Or you can read your governing documents to determine wha... Read More »

Is the owner of a condo unit responsible for water damages from a leak in his unit to a unit below?

Only if the owner above was negligent somehow. A pipe simply bursting suddenly and without warning would not trigger any liability of the unitowner. However, if the unitowner above was filling his... Read More »

Where does a house AC unit get air from?

Home air-conditioning systems pull in air from vents throughout the house. The air is carried through ducts to the main unit where heat is added or removed to control temperature. Window air-condit... Read More »