Answering Your Most Frequently Asked Questions About Air Conditioning for Your Boat
If your boat or yacht is not already equipped with air conditioning technology then what are you waiting for? Marine air conditioners take your experience on the waves to the next level by improving comfort for you and your guests onboard.
Still not sure if marine air conditioners are the right choice? We’re here to answer your most frequently asked questions, such as:
- What size marine A/C should I get?
First you need to calculate the space volume of your vessel (LxWxH). Then you multiply the volume by 17 BTU/cubic foot and add 1,000 BTUs. While it’s not impossible to figure out on your own, it's best to let a professional assess your vessel before purchasing a marine air conditioner on your own.
- Can I install a marine A/C on my own?
For optimal results we recommend that you hire an experience marine air conditioning company to get the job done--and we can help!
- What is reverse cycle heating?
Some marine air conditioners have a reverse cycle heating function, which essentially changes the flow of refrigerant to transfer heat into your cabin.
- Which brand of marine air conditioner is the best for my vessel?
We offer a wide selection of air conditioning technologies to fit any budget and requirement. Priding ourselves on working with the best manufacturers in marine A/C, we carry Dometic, Marine Air, Cruisiar, Condaria, and Aqua Air models.
At the Beard Marine Group we offer a range of innovative marine solutions, including marine air conditioners, to Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie, Miami, West Palm Beach, Jupiter, FL, Key West, and the surrounding areas. With a reputation for excellent service dating back to 1981, we have four decades of experience keeping up with the latest innovations and technologies in marine air conditioning to equip your vessel with optimal cooling solutions.
p>Working with the best marine air conditioning suppliers, we go the extra mile to ensure your complete satisfaction with all of our marine A/C technologies.Contact us today to request service and learn more about our marine air conditioning for your vessel.