Thunderstorm? Hurricane advisory? These could possibly be signs of bad weather conditions ahead. Should you be running your air conditioner during times of serious weather? Well, that will depend on. If your air conditioning unit is of the more durable variety, some moderately bad weather need to be fine. However, if your air conditioner is of the more cost-effective variety, you’ll want to make sure that it is still working despite a storm. Depending on where your unit is located, how it was installed and many different other factors, it might be best to turn your air conditioner off in times regarding extreme weather circumstances. Running your air conditioning unit is already a large draw against your electrical power, so you don’t want another thing working against you to get your power to turn off. Also, air conditioning units are supposed to be left outside, but if you are experiencing extreme water increase, your unit could become flooded. Make sure to check your warranty to see what options available to you to your in event your unit is ruined during bad weather. This may also be covered under one of your insurance policies as well. Make sure to talk with your local heating and cooling provider to be sure that your air conditioning product is working properly and capable of withstand any bad weather that could be ahead. They might even be able to offer you some advice on how to protect your own unit better from bad weather as well as other extenuating circumstances.

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