Hurricane Sandy Aftermath
Obviously, the big news around Northern Virginia, and the entire mid-Atlantic for that matter, is the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Though the high winds and heavy rains were troublesome for the Northern Virginia region, we escaped fairly well considering the damage in other areas of the East Coast.
Hurricane Sandy is expected to have brought over $20 billion worth in damages.
Areas that have a tendency to flood, like Fauquier and Loudoun County, may have experienced severe damages to their HVAC systems, while heavily wooded areas, like Fairfax City and Prince William County, may have seen strong physical damage to their HVAC systems.
It should be fairly obvious if you are in need of HVAC repair at this point. Now that you have had time to assess the damage, you may need to give Climatic a call so we can get your HVAC system repaired and running again. Now that we are experiencing somewhat of a cold front, it’s important that your HVAC system is running at an appropriate temperature so your pipes don’t freeze and break.
If your HVAC system hasn’t been damaged by flooding or other physical elements, you may still need to undergo HVAC maintenance. It’s likely many Northern Virginians have yet to turn their heat on until recently, and before homeowners make that switch each season, it’s important to have HVAC maintenance done. This ensures that your system is running properly which can save you a lot of money and avoid costly repairs.
Whether you need HVAC maintenance or HVAC repair in Northern Virginia, call Climatic Heating and Cooling today!