AHRI Releases Tips for Dealing With Flood-Damaged HVAC Units
Article details proper repair and replacement procedures.
St. Louis, September 20, 2017 – The Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) released an article detailing what homeowners should replace or repair if their heating and air conditioning equipment was affect by flooding. If your community was affected by the recent tropical storms and hurricanes, this is an important read.
The recent hurricanes and tropical storms devastated many communities. Heating and air conditioning equipment is among one of the many things negatively impacted by flooding and damaging winds. Water damage to HVAC systems can often be hard to detect and may endanger families. It is important to take the proper precautions to ensure safety. If your equipment was impacted, talk to a heating and air conditioning specialist.
Nortek Global HVAC sends our thoughts to the communities that have been affected by these storms.
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