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Is Your HVAC System Protected From a Brownout?

IS YOUR HVAC SYSTEM PROTECTED FROM A BROWNOUT?

You protect your TV, computer and other electronics with surge protectors but have you protected your HVAC System? 

44% of Americans have experienced a brownout (loss of power) throughout the year.  This could be due to overloads in the electrical system which causes a brownout to happen.  Weather related brownouts often times happen due to powerful storms.  Our power systems and grids are getting older in many cases and this can also lead to a disruption of service.  Every time there is a Brownout and your system is not protected, you are taking a risk!    

Protecting your HVAC System

By installing a Surge Protector on your HVAC system, you can protect your investment from brownouts.  Your condenser, air handler and thermostat are at risk of prematurely failing if you do not have a surge protector installed.  One simple product protects compressors, circuit boards and can save you thousands of dollars on replacements. 

What needs to be protected

In order to protect your entire HVAC system, you will need to have a surge protector installed on your Condenser unit that is outside and your air handler which normally is in the garage, attic or in a closet.  The thermostat is wired into the same circuit as your condenser and air handler which means it is protected too!

Don’t be left Unprotected

IS YOUR HVAC SYSTEM PROTECTED FROM A BROWNOUT?

Do not be one of the 86% of homeowners at risk for incurring thousands of dollars in replacement costs because your HVAC system is not protected when the next brownout happens.  There is a simple fix which will leave you protected when the power surges or goes out.  Contact the pros at Dependable Service Plumbing & Air today to set up an appointment today, 1-843-353-0461.

customer review

“Senior technician, Joe Anderson, made plumbing repairs to an upstairs bathtub to seal leaks from flooding through kitchen ceiling downstairs. This has been an ongoing serious daily problem in this apartment since April 2015. Mr. Anderson was the first person to have a camera system with him to assess areas where water was accessing kitchen ceiling. He explained in detail what he did and what he found wrong. Water had been flowing from next door apartment whenever they used their shower for over a year now. Mr. Anderson stated he needed to get permission from apartment management office in order to proceed to correct issues in next door apartment. Management has not allowed that access yet. He also noted that a single shower curtain in the apartment next door was on the outside of that tub and felt that could be creating some of the flooding issues. Thank you Mr. Anderson for being my angel and making these repairs.” –- Lyda G.

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