It was put to the test recently with a type 3 hurricane that hit a portion of the state just miles north of us
After moving out of tornado alley into a state along the gulf coast, I don’t know what’s worse. All of us have the impending threat of hurricanes for 4 to many months out of the year, plus the size plus intensity of these hurricanes only grows with time. I was smart enough to buy a apartment that is supposedly rated to withstand winds equal to or greater than a type 5 hurricane. My coworkers tell myself and others that I shouldn’t worry plus that my apartment should be fantastic if we were ever hit by a sizable hurricane. But I’ve seen some of the storms that hit other areas along the gulf coast in the past 4 years, plus some have completely leveled homes adore mine. When hurricane Michael hit Mexico Beach in FL, the only apartment left kneeling was owned by a couple that told their building businesss to fortify the structure so it could withstand the strongest imaginable storm. This meant going beyond existing building code plus preparing for something adore a super hurricane, but in the end their apartment still stands. Even if my apartment is safe from most storms, I wasn’t sure about my Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C condenser unit. It sits outside in a vulnerable arena if a large storm ever managed to make landfall in this area. It was put to the test recently with a type 3 hurricane that hit a portion of the state just miles north of us. Because of the size of the storm, it was almost adore getting a direct hit regardless of the arenament of the eye of the hurricane. I was ecstatic when the Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C condenser was still safely linked to its sizable concrete block after the storm passed. These are made for hurricane strength winds plus worked exactly as featured.