Modern Supports Iowa Flood Victims

Modern Heating and Air Conditioning is dedicated to helping those affected by the widespread flooding in Iowa this year. During flooding, HVAC systems can become submerged or otherwise affected by flood waters. Because of this, all components conceivably affected need to be thoroughly inspected and possibly replaced by a qualified professional.

Modern Mechanical Supports Iowa Flood Victims

Modern Mechanical is dedicated to helping those affected by the widespread flooding in Iowa this year. During flooding, HVAC systems can become submerged or otherwise affected by flood waters. Because of this, all components conceivably affected need to be thoroughly inspected and possibly replaced by a qualified professional.

Modern has been servicing furnaces and A/C units in Central Iowa for nearly a decade. We know heating and cooling, and we also know how to work with insurance companies to get your HVAC systems safely working as efficiently as possible.

If your home or business was affected by floods in Iowa and you schedule an HVAC inspection with Modern by the end of April, you will receive:

  • A complimentary air conditioner, furnace and water heater inspection

  • A 5% discount on a system replacement, if determined necessary

  • A donation toward flood relief efforts for every system replaced

As always, Modern is available to answer any questions you may have about flood-damaged HVAC systems.

For more important information on heating and cooling systems possibly damaged by water, read the following information from AHRI (Air-Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Institute):

Floods and HVAC Equipment

After a flood or heavy rain, homeowners are advised to take important safety precautions with regard to their home’s heating and cooling systems. A house or basement exposed to standing water can damage your home’s water heater, furnace, boiler, air-conditioning, ventilation, and heat pump system — putting your family at risk.

Replace, Don’t Repair

It is important to remember that all flood-damaged plumbing, heating, cooling, and electrical appliances and related systems should be replaced, rather than repaired. This warning was issued by GAMA, the national trade association representing manufacturers of appliances, components and related products used in space heating and water heating generation. The organization also recommends that all work on flood-damaged heating and cooling equipment and all inspections and replacement work should be performed by a licensed professional, not by homeowners.

You can turn misfortune into opportunity by considering new, energy-efficient models that will lower your future energy bills. Call us today to learn about available rebates for new energy-efficient gas furnaces and air conditioners.

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