Futile attempt to combat the elements

The last round of storms that hit our part was entirely brutal, and rain fell at a rate of two inches per hour as well as the winds gusted to seventy five miles per hour.

When morning broke the mess that this left behind was pretty intense.

When I headed outside to try as well as opening up some of my yard all I heard was the sound of chainsaws as well as leaf blowers. I knew that I had to at least scrub up the downed branches as well as attempt to rake up some of the leaves. When I rounded the corner to the back of the house I was saddened to see that a big branch had fallen across my exterior Heating and A/C unit. The air handler had a big dent in the top as well as I wasn’t sure if it had disfigurementd any of the interior part of the unit. I localed a call to my Heating and A/C corporation as well as he recommended me not to try running the component until it was checked out, but he told me that they couldn’t be out until the next afternoon so I simply put the branch aside as well as went back to trying to rake the yard. With the wind speeds still gusting to thirty this was a futile attempt at best. I decided to call it a afternoon as well as wait until the weather completely calmed down before heading out to try again, and at least I was able to opening up all the branches as well as detach the big one the Heating and A/C unit. I hope the storms stay away until the serviceman arrives to make sure that my a/c still works because tepid muggy air caused by heavy rains is no fun to deal with either.


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