AIR CONDITIONERS. Air conditioners may be requested for medical reasons only subject to medical verification and approval from the Office of Disability Resources (470 Sears Building, 216-368-5230, email@example.com). The approved student must provide their own free-standing AC unit, per Housing guidelines.
AIR CONDITIONERS. No window or wall -mounted air conditioners are permitted. All exterior air conditioning equipment shall be located so as to minimize noise to adjacent homes. Air conditioning units shall be located in the rear of the home, unless there are unavoidable reasons that a unit ca nnot be located in the rear, in which case the unit may be located on the side. Units in the side yard shall be screened from view with landscaping.
AIR CONDITIONERS sold as additional heating or cooling units and are not the primary source of ventilation): Sealed system coverage and parts coverage for the compressor for a period of two (2) years if you purchased the two (2) year Plan or four (4) years if you purchased the four (4) year Plan beginning after the expiration of the product’s manufacturer’s warranty with a maximum combined coverage limit of ten (10) years.
AIR CONDITIONERS. Except as may be permitted by the DRC, no window or wall- mounted air conditioning units may be installed in or on any Unit.
AIR CONDITIONERS. If the tenant wishes, he/she can use a portable air conditioner only if he/she asks the property owner and assumes all costs related to installation and uses the unit as per the building rules.The cooling capacity cannot exceed 10 000 BTU. If necessary, the space created by installation in the window must be blocked by a Plexiglas. No modifications to existing circuits and wiring are permitted. The installation must be safe and approved by the Office. It is strictly forbidden to pierce the window frame or have the air conditioner installed year-round. The owner of such equipment may not install the air conditioner before May 1 and must remove it no later than October 31 of each year.
AIR CONDITIONERS. Installation and use of non-University-supplied air conditioning equipment is prohibited. Air conditioners may be requested for medical reasons only subject to medical verification and approval from the Office of Disability Resources (402 Sears Building, 216-368-5230, firstname.lastname@example.org). Housing will install a free-standing AC unit once approved.
AIR CONDITIONERS. Residence Halls:Traditional Residence Halls are not air-conditioned. If medical need warrants air conditioning in a Residence Hall, Students must Submit the request for accommodation to the Office of Students with Disabilities.Houses:Air conditioners must be installed in a correct manner. Students will be assessed a fine for damage incurred to a University House that results from an improperly installed air conditioner. Air conditioners that cause electrical problems such as blowing circuits may result in a charge to the Student's account to upgrade electrical circuitry and/or removal of the air conditioner.