Guess what? There’s a reason why they tell you not to put anything on top or next to the Heating as well as A/C lodgeet outside of your house.
- This seems like something that absolutely should go without saying.
All Heating as well as A/C component relies on unplugged air flow and without it, the heating and cooling component can’t do the job. But even worse, if there is a total air flow disruption, the Heating as well as A/C component is at risk of being ruined. And that’s exactly what almost happened to my heating and cooling equipment. I have a child who just turned 13 and has taken over the yard repair at our home. This is something that he’s doing for extra currency and he also absolutely likes it. I figured the first few times would be something new. But once the Summer absolutely got hot, he’d be trying to stay inside the air conditioner instead of taking care of the yard. And I was wrong. The child absolutely takes to it and truthfully, he does a better job with it than I did. My child is meticulous about weeding, edging and making sure the sod looks tight. However, he almost killed the Heating as well as A/C component when he was weeding a flower bed. He was using a tarp to toss the weeds on. But he threw the tarp on top fo the Heating as well as A/C lodgeet. Of course, this instantly started to choke the air flow for the Heating as well as A/C equipment. Fortunately, I happened to venture out to grab the mail and caught it in time. I gave my child a quick lesson in just how crucial unplugged air flow was to our heating and cooling.