My hardy Heating, Ventilation and A/C condenser component survived two hurricanes this year

I absolutely hate living in hurricane alley, especially as climate change worsens and simply makes the ocean water warmer where the hurricanes like to travel. I had to get replaced homeowner’s insurance and flood insurance last year, and now I’m having a near death experience after a large style 4 storm swept through the section however somehow spared my home. So many villages just south of here were inundated with water. First of all, my friend and I had areas on the south end of the eye wall which were slammed with 20 feet of storm surge during the worst of the storm. Those arenas were basically dunked underwater and few structures reMEd intact afterward. But complications with flooding did not end there. The storm also dumped large amounts of rain on the northern portion of the state that feeds the two largest rivers in our area. Both of these rivers spill into the same exact harbor, and both swelled so high that they breached levees in various arenas. It was upset to see the aerial footage of all the villages that were put underwater just from rainwater swelling the two giant rivers in this area. With so much harm, I’m amazed that both my household and my Heating, Ventilation and A/C condenser survived unscathed. The Heating, Ventilation and A/C condenser is vulnerable while being installed outdoors. But that concrete block that was put on the ground underneath the Heating, Ventilation and A/C condenser was precisely intended to keep the component bolted down and incapable of being torn out of its own foundation during an intense hurricane. The difficult metal shell is also intended as a means of protecting the sparse compressor inside the machine.

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