Hurricane season is right around the corner and one thing we have to be extremely careful about in Florida is how we should respond if our home is affected by flooding. In Florida we know that we can be affected by flooding from anything ranging from a heavy rainstorm to a tropical storm to a hurricane. It is important for you to know the proper steps to take to both prepare for flooding and to recover from flooding that has affected our HVAC system.
Be sure to use caution when selecting your technician for your HVAC inspection. During times like these there will unfortunately be more opportunists looking to make a quick buck and you will want to make sure that the technician you select is properly trained, certified, and licensed.
Be patient! After a major storm there may be a lot of devastation and a lot to get done, but you want to make sure that it is done right and not just in a rush. The power company may tell you it is okay to go ahead and resume power at your home, but if your HVAC system was affected by the flooding you will need to still keep the power cut off from your system until it has been properly inspected by a professional.
What Can I Expect From The Technician During The Inspection?
In this devastating time, we want you to know that we are here for you and your family! If you aren’t confident in doing any of this yourself, or if you would just prefer the reassurance of knowing you had a professional on your side, contact EasyBreezy A/C today. We can help take one stressful item off your plate and get your HVAC system running normally once again.
Last modified on March 27th, 2020 at 7:08 pm
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