You have a surge protector on your $800 TV and your $700 laptop, so why don’t you have one on your $8,000 HVAC system? An HVAC surge protector is incredibly important for protecting your home from damage. It acts as another level of insurance and can save you a lot of money in the long run. Read up about HVAC surge protectors here and then let us help you install one stat!
What Is an HVAC Surge Protector?
An HVAC surge protector protects your HVAC system from electrical surges, which can be caused by numerous things, such as lightning and random utility occurrences. Not only can those surges damage your HVAC equipment, but they can also harm your household electronics—and a lot of standard homeowners insurance policies won’t cover it. An HVAC surge protector essentially acts as insurance for your HVAC system.
How Does an HVAC Surge Protector Protect Your Home?
A surge protector redirects high voltage surges, like those from lightning, into the ground and away from your HVAC system. Even internal surges (like those from household appliances) can cause damage to your HVAC system, and while these surges will most likely be small, over time they can affect the motors in your AC unit and shorten the lifespan of your system.
Want to Learn More?
Tower Heating & Air can help install a surge protector in your home to help protect and lengthen your HVAC system’s lifespan. Give us a call at 919-755-1957 to learn more!
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