In our homes, we are surrounded by technology that provides us with products that entertain us to products that help keep us comfortable. Maybe we just want to own the newest and best technologically advanced products to impress our friends, family or neighbors, like that new 65-inch 4k television :).Technology has made our lives easier and more enjoyable.
Life is Great! Until your watching the big game, watching your favorite tv show or you are in the middle of winning a video game against Uncle Eddie and POW, BANG, BEEP BEEP, BUZZ. All of a sudden you are sitting in the dark! Now I realize most of us Floridians know this is very common especially with all the afternoon storms that come in the Summer or Hurricane Season! Usually, after a few minutes, the power returns and things start to turn back on. Luckily most of us purchased one of those surge protector strips for our television and that expensive new washing machine that sends us a text message when our clothes are done the washing and folded :). Everything seems to be in order, but twenty minutes later you notice it's getting hot inside your house and it's not because Uncle Eddie is now winning!
Most of us are aware that Florida holds the title as the lightning capital of the United States. For decades we have purchased products to protect our television, stereo systems, and other household items. Today, almost all products have electronic circuit boards and are sensitive to transient voltages, brown-outs, and power surges. Why do we purchase accessories to protect our electronics? YES! They are expensive.
Did you know your home air conditioning and heating system is just as susceptible to these transient voltages as all your other electronics? Modern-day air conditioners use printed circuit boards to control system functions. We protect our $800 televisions and $400 computers as if it is not an option. When it comes to our home comfort systems, which can cost in the ranges of $4,000 to $13,000, we tend to overlook it until it quits working. Out of sight out of mind.
Most printed circuit boards in air conditioning and heating systems are OEM, meaning they are specific to the equipment they are installed in. This could mean that if a component is damaged, the part might not be directly available or a commonly stocked part on a service truck and might require to be ordered. In-turn this can leave you without air conditioning in the middle of the summer for a couple of days waiting on parts.
Did you know that many manufacturers of surge protectors will warranty the products their surge protectors protect in the event the surge protector fails to protect the system? Some will even warranty up to $7500! Contact us for more information at 321-242-2513!
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