How to Prevent Air Conditioner Condensation

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If you’ve traveled in your RV during the peak of summer, you may have experienced what happens when the air conditioning unit goes into overdrive to combat the high heat: condensation! Air conditioner condensation can drip into the interior of your unit and cause a few different problems, including soiled carpet and increased cabin humidity. But worry not, there are certain steps you can take to reduce the amount of condensation, and in this lesson, we divulge some of our most trusted solutions.

RV expert Dave Solberg talks about the importance of wicking what you can off the roof of your RV so it doesn’t drip inside. He also explains how metal grates and poor air circulation encourage air conditioner condensation. Follow Dave’s advice and incorporate some of his moisture reducing techniques into your next maintenance session. You’ll be glad you did!