Please give details. Just one sentence, such as "Install AC for me", isn't enough information for us to know what needs to be done.
Examples of detailed requests are:
1. "I need my old AC uninstalled and a new AC that I already purchased installed in the same window. The basic installation is fine."
2. "I don't have an AC unit yet, and need help finding one and then installing it. The room is 10 feet by 12 feet."
3. "I need an old AC unit installed and it's missing parts, which I will show in the photos. I would like to use plexiglass instead of accordion panels"
If you don't have a photo of your window, then you need to tell us which type of windows you have. Select all that apply to the windows you need an AC installed into.
Anything in particular or unique tou need to share?
Is it over a kitchen counter?
The standard windowsill is about 8 inches or less. Some windows have very deep sills, which means we will need to lean our bodies over to install the ac, Do you have a standard window sill or a very deep one?
If it's it higher than waist level, about how high off the ground is it?
Do we need climb anything to get to it?
Upload photos of the window that the AC will go into. Include at least 2 photos that show the window from floor to ceiling (standing far back), and up close to show the window sill. Try to take the picture in the daytime, and move any curtains or shades out of the way. Since the measurements of the window are also important, it is good to take a picture holding measuring tape across the window opening.
We need to make sure the AC will fit. What is the height by width of the window or wall opening?
Include photos of the ac unit and any parts that you have for it. Try to take photos of the top, sides and bottom of the ac unit.
A web link gives us all of the details in 1 click, and we will have a faster response time. If the unit is old and you can't find the link, we need the manufacturer name and model number
If the unit is old, you can find the BTU on the label. It will say something like "BTU cooling power 5200". We round off the numbers to the nearest thousands, e.g. 5200 would just be 5000
Most landlords require additional support brackets under the AC units, and the hardware that come with newly purchased AC units are usually not enough for what landlords want.
If your building management requires a coi for the installation, you need to ask them for the "Certificate Holder" and "Additional Insured "