Sponsored Content by Cypress Air
Your HVAC system is the lifeline of comfort in your home or business. During extreme weather or unexpected power outages, having a reliable HVAC system becomes even more critical. Cypress Air is a team of highly trained and experienced technicians ready to assist you in times of need and help you prepare for emergencies.
Regular maintenance is a key step in emergency preparedness. Cypress Air technicians inspect and repair your HVAC equipment, ensuring it runs efficiently and minimizing the risk of unexpected breakdowns.
Get a Game Plan
Developing an emergency plan is as crucial as regular maintenance. Our team can assist you in identifying potential emergency scenarios and guide you in creating a comprehensive plan tailored to your specific needs. We’ll help you understand how to safely shut down your HVAC system, contact emergency services when necessary, and restore your systems to normal operation swiftly.
Have Back Up
Power outages are a common occurrence during natural disasters, but you don’t have to suffer through discomfort. Cypress Air recommends having backup power sources, such as generators or battery systems, to keep your HVAC system running. Our experts will guide you in selecting the right backup power solution for your home’s specific requirements, ensuring uninterrupted comfort even in the face of power disruptions.
Don’t wait for an emergency to happen; take proactive steps to protect your comfort and safety. Contact Cypress Air today at 225-775-0668 to discuss and prepare your personalized Emergency Service Plan.
HVAC Hurricane Prep
Secure your outdoor unit
The outdoor unit of your HVAC system is vulnerable to high winds and flying debris during a hurricane. To protect it, make sure it is securely fastened to its base using hurricane straps or brackets and remove any loose objects or debris from around the unit that could become airborne during strong winds.
Shut off the power
Before the hurricane arrives, turn off the power supply to your HVAC system. This will help prevent damage from power surges or electrical issues that can occur during the storm. Locate the circuit breaker or disconnect the switch that controls your HVAC system and switch it off.
Cover the outdoor unit
Consider covering the outdoor unit of your HVAC system with a waterproof and durable tarp or a specialized cover designed for this purpose. This provides an additional layer of protection against wind-driven rain and debris that could enter and potentially damage the unit.
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