Florida is no stranger to severe weather, and thunderstorms with lightning strikes are fairly common, especially during peak thunderstorm season each summer. While these storms may be awe-inspiring, they’re a huge worry for your home and the electrical system running through it. A lightning strike can lead to a sudden power surge, which can result in immense damage to anything plugged in at the time, including your air conditioner. As a homeowner, it’s in your best interest to protect your important appliances and possessions from these power surges in order to avoid expensive repair or replacement bills, especially your air conditioner. A lightning strike could knock your air conditioner out of commission, which is particularly devastating when you need the cool air and relief from the humidity the most. Here are some tips you can follow to preserve your home’s electrical system and defend against the major power surges.
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