Thankfully Hurricane Irma didn’t do the damage we prepared for in Citrus and Marion Counties. Power outages, downed trees, and wind debris clean-up are in full swing. Heating and cooling units will need attention as the storm may not have damaged them, but the resulting power outage or restoration may.
Storms such as hurricanes and tropical depressions can produce lightning, flooding, high winds, and many unfavorable weather occurrences. In the Central Florida region, we are accustom to the routine afternoon thunderstorms that can exhibit many traits these larger storms have, we just get them in smaller doses. No matter how prepared your home is, there is always a chance of storm damage especially if the power goes out. Whole home heating and cooling systems rely heavily on their electronic components and thus are more susceptible to the dangers of power surges, lightning strikes and electrical disturbances.
Rainbow Lakes Heating & AC (RLAC) has created the best practices listed below for restoring power to your central heating and cooling system.
If Rainbow Lakes Heat & Air best practices do not reset your ac unit, then it may have more damage.
During storms and their aftermath, many local air conditioner fixers will be handling a multitude of service calls. Knowing how to preform minor checks on your HVAC unit will not only help your a/c repairman, you may not even have to call him!
Do-It-Yourself AC Unit checks:
Recovering from storm damage can be overwhelming, Rainbow Lakes Heating and AC services Citrus, Marion and Levy counties ensuring residents in Dunnellon, Williston, and Beverly Hills and everywhere in between have the best quality HVAC heating repair services available. Warranty options for the air conditioning units vary per manufacturer, but most of them require registration and maintenance by a professional air conditioner fixer like Rainbow Lakes Heating and Air Conditioning. You can reach us at 352-489-6673 or Click Here to contact us.