You probably know that in most condo homeowner’s associations are not responsible for air conditioning repairs. The Condominium Act does provide that unit compressors, even those placed on the roof or ground, are the responsibility of the association in the event that they are damaged by a casualty (hurricane, fire). The maintenance
and repair of your A/C unit is the owner’s responsibility. Basically, the association must insure anything outside the unit and the unit owner must insure anything inside the unit. Since most air-conditioning units are located outside a condo unit – and within what is considered common elements of the condominium – it is often the association that is on the hook for insurance purposes. As
far as maintenance of the units or replacement due to normal wear and tear, that responsibility is normally addressed in the declaration of condominium. These declarations are different for each association, so you may want to take a peek at your association documents.
But basically you the condo owner are most likely needing to do your own air conditioning maintenance in your unit. Let Global Cooling maintain your A/C unit to make sure your air conditioning is always in tip top condition. Having routine A/C checks is important for your records for association situations or even condo resale issues.