Air Conditioners that leak cold air into the summertime heat can cost you money. Frost King Foam Tape and Air Conditioner Accessories are the perfect complement to your home AC Unit. The entire line of Foam Tape can be used around the edges of your AC unit to keep the cold air in and the heat out, plus The Handy Guys can show you what else Frost King can do for your Window or Central Air Conditioning Unit.
Tape for the 17 in. x 25 in. Tan Fabric Quilted Indoor Air Conditioner Cover is meant to only be used on liner material. Do not use it on paint or wallpaper. Discover the energy-saving value of our indoor AC covers.
The tape that comes with the 17 in. x 25 in. Tan Fabric Quilted Indoor Air Conditioner Cover is meant to only be used on the liner material and is not reusable.
Yes. Download complete instructions for Frost King's Metal Air Conditioner Support Brackets. Discover other Frost King window air conditioner accessories to ensure year-round comfort. If you still need help, contact us.
Yes, it's a good idea. The EPA recommends:"in the winter, be sure to insulate room air conditioners from the outside with a tight-fitting A/C unit cover." Frost King has a full selection of AC covers to keep both your window AC units and central AC units covered throughout winter. See where to buy Frost King's cost-saving AC covers. Once your AC is covered for winter, add more protection from the cold with Frost King's window seal products.
The Deparment of Energy recommends that you replace or clean your window air conditioner filters regularly. Frost King has an entire line of Air Conditioner filters to keep your AC unit functioning in top condition, and your home's air fresh and clean. All AC filters are washable, re-usable, and can be cut to proper size with scissors.
Use the Frost King Air Conditioner Weather-seal to keep your AC unit from rattling in it's window pane. These highly compressible foam strips press into place around the unit and between the windowpanes. They dampen AC vibration and noise, and also reduce air leaks to the outside.