further the better , as long as the line set is sized properly ,
how bout under that big old shade tree , so its not sitting and baking in the
on a hot july afternoon ?
Generally speaking, this produces barely noticable difference annually.
Mostly concerns air mass flow--meaning you would need to supply a tremendous
volume of pre-cooled air on a per-minute basis in order make a significant
Yes ,you really want the unit to be past any downspouts as ice and water can
damage a fan blade- seen it a few times. We usually set the unit just
outside the overhang and gutters, which would be just about 18 to 20 inches.
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