We have been having a lot of rain this past week or so.
This isn’t the first this year.
It has actually been raining tons for the last 6 months off and on. As a result, my central heating and air conditioning system unit is starting to form a little bit of rust on the side. I’m not overly concerned at this point, but if the rust on the central heating and air conditioning system unit keeps growing, I may have to do something about it. It is not to the point where the heat and a/c unit has stopped working thankfully. But if that does happen I can with ease call the local heating and air conditioning company for them to send out a certified heat and a/c specialist. I won’t have to worry too much about the cost of things because I have their really wonderful HVAC service plan. The HVAC service plan I have covers all natural disasters and damage to the heating and air conditioning unit to where it is covered under the fee I pay every single month of the year to have the heating and air conditioning service plan. It is kind of odd that rust is forming on the central heating and air conditioning system unit because usually they are pretty weather proof. Especially when it comes to water. However, I think what I may do is go out and buy some kind of a tarp or cover for the central heating and air conditioning system unit. This will protect it from any further rust damage I would assume.