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ClimateRight Friendly Tips and Advice

 

We created ClimateRight because we prioritize family, which always includes our furry friends. We wanted to find a way to provide heating and cooling in tight spaces where it might not otherwise be possible or safe to do so. Because of this, we want to help you as much as we can in understanding your unit, its capabilities, and its limitations. Referring to this guide in addition to your owner’s manual will help insure that you and your entire family will get the most out of your ClimateRight unit.

 

How do I know which unit I should choose?

You should choose your unit based on the size of your structure in cubic feet (height X width X length). If you don’t know the exact size of your structure, it’s always best to err on the side of caution and choose the unit with more power. Keep in mind that each unit provides power up to a certain point, which means that it won’t always be running at peak power just because it can. If you have more questions about choosing a unit or your specific needs, you can always use our “contact us” option located at the bottom of our website to communicate directly with a ClimateRight representative.

 

Are there temperatures too extreme for my unit to handle?

Yes! ClimateRight units are designed to provide supplementary heating, which means that you should consider your specific conditions and needs. If you are heating a structure in which you live, always make sure that you have insulation installed and a primary or backup method of heating, such as a space heater or fireplace. Likewise, if you are heating a structure in which your pets live, consider a ClimateSafe 200 heat for outdoor pet houses. If your unit is exposed to outside temperatures below 40°F, it will automatically enter Freeze Protection mode. For more information about Freeze Protection mode, visit our “Freeze Protection” page.

Similarly, though much more unlikely, your unit may enter Freeze Protection mode if outside temperatures are higher than 110°F. In this instance, humidity levels are the greatest factor in ice forming on your unit. You may be alright in a very dry location with extremely high temperatures, such as desert setting, but if you are in a very humid environment, you will likely see ice forming on your unit.

 

Why are there space limitations for each unit? If I buy a smaller unit, won’t it just be less powerful and maybe not condition my air as much as I’d like?

Temperature ranges are extremely important as they ensure your unit keeps working when you need it! If you use your unit to condition air in a larger area than is listed as its limit, you will cause your unit to work overtime. This means that the unit will not work as efficiently or effectively, and it will likely enter Freeze Protection mode and shut down temporarily to complete the defrost cycle. Visit our “Freeze Protection” page for more information about Freeze Protection Mode.

 

Which accessories are most popular?

The most popular and practical accessory is the Wired Remote Thermostat. While the remote that comes with your unit will be used to control all of its settings, it will only work if there is a direct line between the unit and the remote as the remote is an infrared remote. This means that you will not be able to control your unit from inside. As your unit will be outside, many customers also end up purchasing the Wired Remote Thermostat. The thermostat easily attaches to your unit through the hose that connects to its air intake. You can then install the thermostat to your wall as you would with a central heating and cooling thermostat and control the unit from inside.

Why won’t my unit turn off?

Your unit runs in cycles. If you press the off button and it doesn’t turn off right away, don’t worry. It is in the middle of a cycle and will shut down after it’s finished. Sometimes this may take a few minutes.

 

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