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Water destruction scares me.  Not sure where that came from.  It’s not as though I went through a traumatic flood, pretty close a few times however legitimately lucky so far.  For some reason, I am forever checking to be sure the pipes are good plus the water is turned off. Add electricity to the mix and it can keep me awake at night, worrying about my family.  I dislike all those movies where some unsuspecting bather finds the a single loose wire in the lake house with a luffa. Big, healthy respect for the water and electricity combo. That’s why I don’t believe I’m lame at all for having the heating and A/C tech come to our lake house twice a year to be sure the gas furnace A/C unit remains working correctly.  No matter what you do, a heating and A/C unit is going to produce some condensation. The system is set up to ensure the water is channeled away from the components. But, occasionally the channels get restrained. There is a drain line from the heating and A/C unit which carries away condensation. However, this line can become restrained plus push water back inside.  The water can then overflow the water pan under the inside heating and A/C component. And, you guessed it, water seeps over the edge, plus all over wherever the inside heating and A/C unit is placed. That leads to water destruction. Worst case, there is a loose wire which comes into contact with the water, thus causing a short. A short would hopefully–in most cases–only trip the breaker.  But, water destruction leading to a fire would just ruin a person’s day. That just isn’t happening on our watch. Thanks to our quality heating and A/C professional, I certainly don’t worry so much.

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