Please elaborate? No comprendo..You mention you are in an apartment. Do you have the approval from the landlord to install an air conditioner? Will it become his property once you install it?
Well...how it works here, after you move out, you remove the A/C and just need to "tapar el hueco"You mention you are in an apartment. Do you have the approval from the landlord to install an air conditioner? Will it become his property once you install it?
Well, at the time of your move-out you just "dis-attach" it, so where's the "improvement"?... ehh.. mira, aqui nunca habia un aire, yo hice ese hueco para cojer mas fresco.... pero yo le tape, cual es tu problema?You would have to read the lease agreement. It may have a clause that states that any improvements done that are attached to the property remain.
As mentioned most new AC units come with installation included. Here in Higuey a simple re-installation (after it's been taken down) costs about RD$1500 plus refrigerant gas, which is about 60 pesos per pound (in a tank, not in a can).I want to install an airconditioner in my apartment.
Okay, well first you need to speak with who owns the apartment and ask him if you are allowed to do so. He says yes, cool, but then you need to ask him if he is easy to allow you to leave the system in place once installed (get everything down in ink) you don't want to be carrying a system around with you.I want to install an airconditioner in my apartment.