Do I Need to Protect My HVAC Unit From Rain?

In many parts of the nation, weather plays a role on any type of machinery. The ability for it to withstand mother nature is vital and extends the life of things like HVAC units. Over time, technology has improved that even vehicles can survive hurricanes, technology behind an Air Conditioning unit is no different.

So, when dealing with weather like rain, it can cause no harm. People are often concerned by rain affecting their A/C and covering with a plastic tarp: DON’T!

Simple answer why not cover it?: It’s pointless!

 Does rain damage my outdoor air conditioning unit?

 The simple answer is no. Despite the fact that most A/C units are exposed to the elements, they are designed so that water and other types of precipitation, like snow and hail, cannot reach the parts of the system that would be damaged by getting wet. (via: GAGNE.com)

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