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Preparing Your Commercial HVAC Unit for Hurricane Season

In Florida, hurricane season feels like it takes up over half the year. With hurricanes regularly coming farther inland, it’s important to take precautions to make sure your HVAC unit is protected against hurricane-force winds and rain. This can prevent any possible damage to the unit. All Temp, trusted professionals in air conditioning installation St. Cloud, can help you take the necessary steps to protect your unit from any approaching storm. 

Schedule Maintenance

Regular maintenance can help protect your unit during hurricane season. Without regular, preventative maintenance, you may not know if your HVAC unit is damaged, and any approaching storm will just accumulate additional damage to the unit. At the start of hurricane season, schedule an appointment with All Temp. We can make sure your unit is prepared to handle any impending storm. 

Check Security

While most outdoor HVAC units are installed with hurricane straps in place, you should check that your unit is secure. Make sure the straps are in excellent condition, and do not need to be replaced due to weathering. Check that all bolts are tightened on the unit. If necessary, call in a trusted professional to inspect the unit. 

Turn It Off

In the event of a large storm, the safest way to protect your commercial HVAC unit is by simply turning it off. This will prevent any electrical surges that may occur during the storm. Do not turn the unit back on until the storm has passed and you’ve inspected it for signs of damage.

Emergency Repair

In the event your commercial HVAC unit is damaged in a storm, All Temp is here to help. We offer 24/7 emergency repairs — rain or shine. If you have an air conditioning emergency, trust the experts at All Temp. 

When there’s an approaching storm, trust All Temp, experts in air conditioning installation St. Cloud. We can make sure your commercial HVAC unit is ready for hurricane season, and in the event of an emergency, we provide 24/7 emergency repairs. To schedule an appointment, give us a call at (407) 857-7800 or contact us online.

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