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The drip that jumped over the pan!

5/11/2017 (Permalink)

As you see here some one didn't considered the issues involved in drip pan maintenance and was faced with many issues and discomfort until we arrived.

Hey folks,


    As I'm sure we all are aware, summer is fast approaching. That being said, I would like everyone to stay ever vigilant of the concerns that summer brings with it when considering your AC units. Surly most of you have already kicked your units into high gear and I would like to bring to your attention the things to keep in mind - my main area of focus concerning the units are: the drip pans that stop the condensation from spilling over and damaging your home. This is an easy detail to forget especially if your unit is located in the attic. This might not seem like a major issue but you can imagine it easily slipping your mind and not realizing you have a serious problem before it's too late. Soon you will have water stains on your ceilings and ruined insulation in the attic. I urge you to check your pans quite often and from time to time check the drain lines. A few minutes of your time could save you a few hundred dollars down the road.


 


Thanks for tuning in,


SERVPRO of Johnston County


 

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