The creek flooded my A/C unit.

An inch or two of rain brings up the creek, but it isn’t enough to do any harm! You can see the rapids in the creek that come from the rocks the water passes over as it quickly heads downstream. Five inches of rain in an hour causes that rapids to overflow the banks. When the rain continues for two days, my great friend and I found out the creek not only overflows its banks, but it surrounds our house. Two weeks ago, the creek overflowed its banks, surrounded the house, plus put six inches of water in the house, plus two feet of water in the air conditioner unit. I was sad about the harm the water may have done to the air conditioner unit. We could not afford to purchase a current air conditioner unit. We had flood insurance to cover the dwelling harm, but I wasn’t sure if it would cover a current air conditioner unit, if it was needed, however once the water receded, my great friend and I headed downstairs to assess the harm. Our neighbor was lower than my great friend and I were. His entire main floor was flooded, plus he had some harm to his foundation. We called the Heating plus A/C company plus had an Heating plus A/C professional assess the condition of the air conditioner unit; After cleaning out the mud, he had the A/C unit laboring again. He said they built air conditioner unit to withstand rain plus storms, plus since the water wasn’t in the a/c for long, there was little harm. He took away that worry, so my great friend and I were going to talk to the neighbor plus see what my great friend and I could do to help him.

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