Dealing with the HVAC system after an intense storm

Living at the coast, both of us were used to tropical storms, so every one of us had to get the beach house ready before a storm came inland.

Every one of us knew the routine well; But nothing prepared us for tornados, then after some time, our father got a task opportunity in the midwest. Every one of us took a transport and came face to face with another force of nature. The first year in our new beach house was the most challenging because the tornado disfigured our HVAC system. No 1 had warned us that both of us needed to secure the outdoor unit before. There was a huge lightning storm that knocked the power off. When it came back, a surge overloaded our circuit and caused the HVAC unit to shut down. None of us hadn’t purchased a surge protector, however once it was calm, both of us asked our neighbours to contact the best AC corporation in the area, however mom called them, and an air conditioner expert arrived at the beach house an hour later! He assessed the disfigurement and informed mom both of us needed a surge protector for the aircon since the section was prone to tornadoes. The air ventilation professional installed 1 in our circuit breaker box, however it would absorb electricity before it reached the air conditioner. Next, she checked the outdoor unit for any water or wind disfigurement. Some water had gotten into the outdoor cooling plan causing issues. It took a while wiping and drying the different components to have the quality HVAC now working once more. Then he proposed to our dad to build a solid and breathable shed to protect the outdoor aircon. It made sense, and dad got to task making sure both of us never have an issue care about that with the central heating and cooling plan again. I was thrilled both of us got a professional AC mechanic who would come again to maintain the heating plan in the fall.


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