Sticky, sweaty, hot I don’t this anyone likes to feel like this in their home. During the summer months Rainbow Lakes Heating and Air Conditioning gets tons of phone calls from customers’ who have this complaint. Their air conditioners have stopped cooling and need attention, we make sure to get to everyone as quickly as possible, but we have to be mindful of the summer storms.
Bad weather, especially in Florida, can make a bad day worse. The unique weather that Florida encounters can mean it rains on and off every 15 minutes. It can thunder and lightening even when the sun is out and the sky is blue. I’ve seen it raining and I mean really raining on one side of the street while the other is as dry as can be. There have been times where the storms blow in, the trees bend over and the clouds let loose of so much water it carries anything in its path away only to abruptly end.
Your local air conditioner fixers have to take this into consideration when working with HVAC units. Safety is a priority; most ac units rely on some form of power to work properly. Rainy weather can not only jeopardize the safety of your HVAC professional, but it can jeopardize the safety of your unit. Repairing a unit with water present can mean that it gets into the operating systems and you may not see any damage now, but in a few weeks. No one wants to start repairs over, so it’s best that you let the ac technician come back when the unit is dry.