Power goes out; kills A/C when it comes back on

The last thing that you want to hear in the middle of an oppressively sizzling and humid Summer afternoon is the chance of a massive thunderstorm blowing through. Don’t get me wrong, I entirely appreciate rain storms, the more intense they are, the better… However, when you are in the middle of a difficult Summer you genuinely don’t want to be challenged by the potential of a damaging thunderstorm! Not only do storms tend to create even more heat and humidity after the rain has passed, but they can severely disfigurement your local infrastructure, however if you have ever had a power outage in the middle of Summer you know how annoyed that is. It’s incredibly common for our power lines to be taken out by powerful winds and hail… This means it’s incredibly common to lose air conditioner power for afternoons at a time, but whenever we have a massive storm blowing through the section we can kiss our cooling system goodbye. We’re going to be dealing with hours or afternoons of unmanaged indoor air temperature and oppressively uncomfortable indoor air quality, then recently, we were stuck without any air conditioner power for over a week thanks to a massive storm and power outage, however even when the electricity came back on, we had air conditioner problems to deal with; As the energy finally flowed through our home again it instantly zapped our central cooling system. Finally, we had electricity but still no AC. At least we had Wi-Fi again so I could locate the nearest heating and cooling service shop and request an immediate air conditioner inspection.
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