Nordyne Air Conditioner Parts for Manufactured Homes
There's nothing worse than a malfunctioning air conditioning unit once outside temperatures reach 80 degrees or more. Keeping your home cool and comfortable during the warmer months is essential. We are your Intertherm and Nordyne parts distributor in Albuquerque and beyond.
Online, you'll find a range of mobile home air conditioning units replacement parts including drain hoses, restrictors, thermostats, condensers, fan blades, filters and blower wheels. Additionally, we're able to special order a variety of other repair parts and hardware for all your mobile home needs. Can't find what you're looking for? Our local Albuquerque warehouse contains a wide range of items, some of which may not be listed online. That's because we're constantly adding more parts to our stock; call us at 505-831-1601 or email email@example.com for help finding exactly what you need. All of our orders ship quickly and affordably.
We've worked with homeowners and contractors like yourself for over 40 years and have maintained the highest standards for product and customer service quality. We pride ourselves on offering OEM Nordyne mobile home cooling parts and other A/C supplies at affordable prices, and want to help you minimize the time you have to spend figuring out how to best approach your cooling needs. For help with diagnostics, repairs and renovation advice in Albuquerque, check out the Mobile Home Doctor.
Regular maintenance is a critical part of ensuring your A/C remains functional at peak condition for as long as possible. Filters are at the cornerstone of regular maintenance, and we carry a range of filters for the a-coil to help trap any dust that has a tendency to collect around the moist areas of your A/C unit. Keep the a-coil clean and protected by replacing your aluminum filter every 6-12 months. Between scheduled replacements, ensure your filter can perform as intended by regularly rinsing it clean.
Drain hose clogged? Your A/C's condensate line needs to be cleaned regularly to prevent larger problems. The drain hose plays an important part in preventing water damage as well as mold growth.
Clogged drains can be cleared with suction from a shop vac, and all lines should be flushed monthly with a small amount of vinegar or a cleaning solution designed for condensate drains.
Simple and affordable maintenance tips like these can help you save thousands in the long run. Contact us with your questions at any time!