The heat of Central Florida’s summers can be harsh, and one of the best places to escape to is inside your nicely-cooled home. But, imagine if your HVAC unit suddenly failed in the middle of summer when Florida temperatures reach mid-nineties with a heat index in the hundreds. Your once-cool home quickly becomes an oven, and suddenly staying in the house isn’t so appealing.
Hurricane season is closing in, and for Central Florida this means it’s time to start preparing for the worst. If you’re a Florida resident, you’re probably familiar with the general precautions that need to be taken prior to an impending storm, such as fortifying the physical structures of your home and stocking up on water, non-perishable foods, first-aid kits, flashlights, radios and batteries. However, people commonly overlook the importance of protecting their HVAC units from the forces of Mother Nature.
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