6 Steps to c A/C in 2020


Quick actions to preserve your air conditioner in storms and summer winds:

Whenever summer winds make you worried, the best step is to save your HVAC system from heat blows during the season.

We do not just expect rain or wind from storms. They also produce energy interruptions that can cause you not to have air conditioning and other home tools for hours. Romaheating’s HVAC Certified technicians suggest new ways to prepare your house for bad weather. Make sure to take specific care of your A/C system so that you can stay cool in winds.



In the following, there are six steps you can use before, through and after a storm to reduce harm to your air conditioner and make it operate faster when the energy gets back.

  1. Cool your home in advance. If you believe your power may cut off during a wind, cool your home beforehand so you can stay relaxed until power is back. Place your thermostat to a colder environment, close blinds and shades, and shut the door and window to have the cold air indoors.
  2. Turn off power to your air conditioner. Electrical breakers from electricity hits through the wind can harm your A/C system, and the other possibility is that the dirt in the outside order can stop the device. Turn off the power in your A/C system to avoid risks. Romaheating HVAC LTD recommends you switch off the power from your thermostat and circuit surge.
  3. Wrap your outside A/C system. This action is only essential if you’re awaiting a storm and unusual winds. Whenever you have stopped working with your air conditioner, wrap it with a tarp or plywood to shield it from flying trash. Heavy storms can break branches and trees that could harm your system if they land on it. Make sure to lift the cover as soon as possible. Covering your unit for a long time can catch damp so it will mould it.
  4. Guard the system. It is essential to protect your outside condenser with some straps on the second floor to strengthen it from heavy winds. HVAC professionals are ready to upgrade your system to protect it better.
  5. Monitor for damage before you turn on your air conditioner. One of the essential steps is checking your air conditioner. Romaheating’s HVAC Certified technicians suggest to evaluate the storm damage before you turn on your system. Flying trash may have broken your unit and turning it on can damage it. Heavy storms cause interruptions inside your AC system, which could begin dangerous refrigerant leakages. Turn on your A/C whenever you think it’s safe, so it keeps the mould from improving.
  6. Talk to an HVAC expert if you have problems or want adjustments: Your most reliable method is to request Romaheating’s HVAC Certified technicians to inspect your system for damage after the massive storm. This matter can reassure you that your system is running safely. Our experts can also help if you need a brand new order.


There are five useful ways to keep your home safe, besides protecting your air conditioner, but these ideas do not mean you or your house is “safe” through a harsh wind.

  1. Strengthen your parking door. It is easy for the entire roof to destroy if heavy storms break your parking door and go into your parking.
  2. Make sure to close windows and doors. Lock all the doors and windows to save your home from trashes and broken glasses. All houses in hurricane-prone zones have windows, porch and door protection systems to add safety.
  3. Cut the trees around your home. Watch out for dead branches or overhanging trees on your home and eliminate them before they can cause harm in a massive storm. It would help if you protected other movable things around your gardens like yard furniture and barbecues.
  4. Unplug devices or buy in a wave shield. In a massive storm, electrical waves can harm your valuable kitchen devices and other tools.
  5. Shield your home from flood destruction. Romaheating’s company Certified technicians suggest to move your car to a higher area if possible and remove valuable things from the ground. Moreover, be sure you have the private flood insurance and a renewed home register to make any future property rights easier.