If your home was flooded, your air conditioner and/or heating systems may have sustained damage to parts, electrical components, connections or refrigerant lines. According to the AHRI (Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute)1, these items should be checked by a certified professional: 

 

Flood Damage to Your AC Unit Checklist

Hidden Damage: If flood water has repositioned the parts inside a heating or cooling unit, there is the potential for a breached refrigerant system; this could require moderate to extensive repairs but it most likely will require full replacement. 

Clean Air: If the refrigerant system was flooded but remains intact, it is recommended that the entire system be cleaned, dried, and disinfected. Standing water and moisture are breeding grounds for mold and bacteria. Pay especially close attention to your vents and return air filter. 

Safety: All control circuits and wiring should be inspected if partial or complete submersion in water is suspected. 

Replacement: Manufacturers’ recommend replacement of any equipment affected by water and in most cases, warranties on HVAC equipment could be voided if the unit has been immersed in water – i.e. flooding.2 

 

With over 30 years in business, AACANN Mechanical, Inc. has built a reputation for being the best in the business with certified and background checked technicians, on-going training, numerous consumer and industry awards and we are your insurance claims specialist when it comes to your HVAC system. 

AACANN Mechanical, Inc. is currently also offering new A/C units for as low as $1695, free evaporator coils with condenser upgrade, $79 A/C and heating tune ups and complete systems- coils, furnace and condenser for as low as $4995 for a limited time. 

Call now to take advantage of this special offer and gain peace of mind today! We proudly serve the Houston Greater area including, but not limited to Atascocita, Baytown,Channelview, Crosby, Humble, Galena Park, Kingwood, Pasadena and Summerwood.

 

1Source: http://www.ahrinet.org/Homeowners/Improve-Safety/Floods-and-HVACR-Equipment.aspx

2Source: http://www.utcccs-cdn.com/hvac/docs/1010/Public/09/fld_hvac_anc_car.pdf

 

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