Protecting Your HVAC Unit
Now that some of us are experiencing severe rain and storms in the last few weeks, it pays to check your HVAC system and make sure it is safe from any water, wind and electrical damages. Below are some tips on how to help keep your HVAC unit safe this spring season.
- Keep your outdoor air conditioning condenser secured and covered to lessen any weather related damage.
- Make sure your outdoor air conditioning condenser is free from any dirt and debris that may clog the openings.
- Elevate your unit to avoid flood waters.
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