We called an HVAC company to install a generator that will run all of the AC and several lights and the refrigerator
Each and every summer, my family and I deal with tropical weather activity. We live in a very warm and sunny climate, and hurricanes are a regular appearance during the summer and fall. I have seen a hurricane as early as April, and I have also seen a hurricane come as late as November. You never know when a big one will hit, so it’s important to be prepared for any occasion. Sometimes you could have a week of notice and other times it’s a few days. Last summer, my wife and I decided to buy a generator for the HVAC system. When the power goes out in the summer, the first thing I think about is the air conditioning. It’s almost 100 degrees every day in the summer. Without air conditioning, everyone is miserable. Even in the middle of a hurricane or storm, air conditioning might mean the difference between being comfortable and being miserable. 3 years ago, a category 4 hurricane swept up the coast and my family and I didn’t have power in our home for 6 days. That’s when we decided to put a generator in our home. We called an HVAC company to install a generator that will run all of the AC and several lights and the refrigerator. The HVAC company installed the generator during their offseason, and my wife and I saved $300 on the installation fees. They were running a special at the time and we took advantage of the amazingly low prices. I won’t worry much about the hurricanes this year, because we have power and cool air.