Unfortunately we live in a dip.
So when it rains or the snow melts all of the water rushes to our home. My associate and I have installed a system that helps us take care of this, then recently we had an unexpected thunderstorm and it flooded abruptly. The flooding ran into our HVAC system immediately. There was nothing we could do in our HVAC system broke down. The water reached our HVAC system and messed with the electrical wiring inside. So we had to go a few nights without any a/c in our home; When the rain stopped we call the HVAC contractor down the street from us. My associate and I had made an appointment to have them come rewire our HVAC system. My associate and I needed to have it done if we wanted to have a/c again. There was no way we could live without a/c all summer time long. The summer time had just started too. The HVAC professional made it to our home within a couple of nights so we did not have to go too long without a/c. She updated all of the wires within the system and ran the system. She had to make sure that the a/c and heating would both toil for our home. Water harm to the electrical wiring in the system can be a lot of harm. Luckily she was able to update some parts and the system was working properly for us once again. If you ever have a concern with your HVAC system do not hesitate to call your local HVAC contractor. I am sure they are willing to help you in any way that they can.