A tree fell on my Heating & Air Conditioning condenser

This year we’ve been having a lot of crazy thunderstorms, and usually they last for weeks at a time with no chop day-to-day, but this is usually isolated to the late Summer season.

It makes sense to expect weekly thunderstorms without many breaks in the precipitation.

However, this last year there were storms throughout the rest of the year beyond just the late summer. I know that my grass loved all of this extra rain because it was lush and green in a way I have not seen in years. My wifey has a garden in the backyard and it thrived as well with all of this extra rainfall. But with the rain comes thunderstorms and occasional high winds, especially when my pal and I get funnel clouds and tornado warnings. That’s when it gets disturbing because you worry that something could come and destroy your home in a matter of minutes. Recently a tree fell during a bad thunderstorm and nearly destroyed the side of our house. It missed the home by inches, but instead it destroyed our Heating & Air Conditioning condenser unit. I am excited that the detriment was isolated to the Heating & Air Conditioning condenser, but at the same time it’s frustrating having to call and get to have a modern condenser installed. I was thrilled that it was covered under the warranty for the parts and labor. I just had to wait a week to get the work done because it was the late Summer season and that has when the Heating & Air Conditioning dealer is doing the most a/c replacement work. That meant a week without air conditioner in my home unluckyly.

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