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Severe Weather Preparedness

Tips for Storm Preparedness

HVAC Tips for Getting Ready for a Storm

  • Cool your home before the storm arrives in case you lose power.
  • Get it cooler than normal and close the curtains to conserve cool air.
  • Turn the outside unit off at the breaker.
  • Remove any loose objects around the unit to prevent them from causing damage.
  • Secure the outside unit with storm straps and cover it with a tarp or plywood.

HVAC Tips for After a Storm Has Passed

  • Carefully inspect the outside unit for damage.
  • If floodwater got into the unit, do not turn it on until an HVAC technician has made an inspection.
  • Storm damage may not be visible. To be on the safe side, you may want to call for an inspection.
  • Water and electricity do not mix well. Do not turn the unit on if it is in standing water.

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