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Condenser Pads

If you have an air conditioner with a freestanding outdoor unit, Condenser Pad is a must-have. These flat rectangular slabs, usually made of concrete, provide a flat, stable surface for the condenser.

Why do you need a Condenser Pad?

1 - If your condenser unit is sitting flat on the ground, it is exposed to corrosion from the soil underneath or the rainwater pooling on the ground.

2 - It's important to keep the unit still and level as the compressor and the condenser coils hold refrigerants in a liquid state, and leaving the unit unbalanced can cause problems for the system. This is why condenser pads are essential because even if the ground under the unit is relatively flat, the weight of the unit can cause the soil underneath to shift.

3 - If your outdoor unit is directly placed on the ground, it is exposed to different backyard pests that can wreck your system. A condenser pad reduces the likelihood of that.

4 - If condenser units are not lifted up by condenser pads and make direct contact with the ground, they produce weird buzzing noises. This isn't just annoying but also damages the system, taking a toll on the unit's lifespan.

There are different types Of Condenser Pads available in the market. The two most common types are:


These pads are ideal for larger air conditioners that have heavy units as they provide enough support.


These pads are typically made from recycled plastic or rubber and are well-suited for smaller, lighter air conditioners. If installed correctly, they last longer and provide good support.

However, choosing the right Condenser Pad is important. Here are some of the factors you should consider:

Size — The size of the condenser pad should exceed the unit footprint at all sides by several inches.

Location — Depending on the material of the pad, you need to strategically choose the spot where you will place your outdoor unit. This is important because your unit might be designed to withstand rain on scorching heat from direct sunlight, but the pad might not be.

Material — Concrete pads tend to sink into the ground over time, whereas plastic condenser pads are more sustainable, waterproof, and offer resistance to UV radiation and extreme heat.

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