Protecting Your AC Unit from Rain in Marysville

protect AC from the rain marysvilleWe in the Pacific Northwest have a love/hate relationship with the rain. We love how green the rain keeps everything but there are a few things we hate about it. One of those things is the challenge we have keeping outdoor appliances functioning properly with all that rain. While manufacturers design residential AC units to withstand water exposure, heavy rain combined with wind can cause damage. We’ll explain how you can protect your AC unit from the rain in Marysville.

How Does Rain Affect Air Conditioners?

AC units have sealed electrical components that shield the circuitry from rain. If rain is accompanied by strong gusts of wind, debris can become lodged in the system. And when an AC system is installed at ground level, a heavy rain can cause the unit to flood. 

How Can You Protect Your A/C Unit?

The quickest and easiest solution is to invest in a rain guard. This tool is a simple add-on that protects any part of the system that partially or completely protrudes outdoors. Although this is a simple idea, trying to DIY one is harder than you might think. We have seen our fair share of these failed DIY cover guards that have done more harm than good. These may also void the system’s warranty. If condensation builds up inside the system, you may end up with rusted metal and rot in the wiring. 

We’ll Protect Your AC from the Rain in Marysville

AC units are sturdy, but they’re not indestructible. Call All Points Heating to safeguard your residential or commercial AC or HVAC system from the rain. Contact us today to schedule an appointment. 

Experts at Protecting AC Systems from the Rain in Marysville

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Posted on July 9, 2021 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business