Due to MANUFACTURER SUPPLY chain issues, MANY Coleman-Mach UNITS, PARTS AND ACCESSORIES are on a nationwide backorder at the manufacturer level. Please see our FAQ for additional information. All backorders are shipped on a first come, first serve basis.

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  1. Hurricane Ian – When will we rebuild?

    Many of you have either been affected or know someone effected by this once in a lifetime natural disaster.  After one of the largest disasters to ever hit Florida, it will take months or years to get back to normal.

    If you’re new to our website we’d like to thank you for stopping by.  We are your one source for AC units, heat pumps, vents, fans, and accessories.  We sell directly to the public and offer special pricing for larger needs.

    As you may know, with the supply chain being backlogged order times are averaging 6-8 weeks.  We encourage you to get on the frontside of these orders before the demand for housing and temporary accommodations.  We offer AC units to fit almost any need for RV’s, campers, work trailers utility trailers, work trucks and job trailers. And we now offer financing options as well.

    With the current events in the Fl and East coast regions we expect a surge in those needing temporary housi

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  2. Coleman-Mach Rooftop AC Model Numbers Decrypted

    We often get questions similar to the following from our customers:

    "Why did you send me a 47204-076 when I ordered a 47204B876?"
    "I have a rooftop model 48204A879, what can I replace this unit with?"

    Let's see if we can help clear a few things up about these often confusing model number differences.

     

    What do the model numbers mean? 

    Historically, the manufacturer uses the characters in a model number to decipher the specs and oftentimes indicate vendors of parts used inside that particular unit. The chart below

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  3. Shipping via "Freight"

    All rooftop & basement air conditioners we ship via "Freight", specifically "LTL Freight". 

     

    What is "LTL Freight"?

    LTL stands for "Less than truckload". Shipping via "Freight" means to ship over the road via semi-truck/trailer.

     

    Why ship via freight? 

    Due to the size, shape, and packaging of the units, they must be shipped on a pallet to avoid damage. The lightest units that we ship are close to 100lbs and are not packaged by the manufacturer to be protected on all sides. When shipping via normal parcel services (such as UPS ground, FexEx group, etc), packages tend to end up in all positions and are commonly tossed around. Since these units have no protection or packaging support on the tops and sides they end up being destroyed 99% of the time when shipped. For these reasons, the units must be shipped via freight.

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