As a homeowner in Spring Hill FL, you know that summer storms are no stranger to the area. Many of these storms bring along torrential downpours, strong winds, lightening and even the occasional hail or tornado. If you suspect your air conditioner has suffered storm damage, our air conditioning professionals offer these tips on things to watch for and how to fix the damage.
Flying debris, heavy rains, winds and hail can leave large dents in the metal cabinet of your air conditioner’s condenser unit. After the storm has cleared the area, step outside and inspect the condenser unit cabinet. If you notice dents, your system should be professionally inspected for damage.
After a severe storm, your air conditioner may refuse to turn on. First check the circuit breaker and see if the fuse blew or breaker tripped. If the system still will not turn on, our professional service technicians will assess the situation. If lightning struck the unit, your system will likely need an AC replacement which should be covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy.
Electrical issues such as smoking, overheating and arcing are common problems after a summer storm. If your air conditioner experiences electrical problems during or after a storm, these fixes are best left to our professionals who can safely diagnose and repair the problem. In some cases, you may need AC replacement of the control panel or even the entire system. At Senica Air Conditioning, Inc., we offer AC replacement, repairs and maintenance for all area homeowners. If a summer storm took your air conditioner down, our AC replacement will restore comfort to your home. When you need professional assessment for summer storm damage or any other air conditioning service, our team at Senica Air Conditioning, Inc. is here to assist you.