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Here are the insights insurance pros need to know to advise clients and navigate the 2020 hurricane season.

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It’s easy to understand why hurricanes have such a bad reputation compared to other thunderstorms. The images of large, rotating storms created over the warm, tropical waters can be alarming, especially factoring in the minimum 74 mph winds and the storms’ erratic paths. They can impact anything in their way, including residential and commercial HVAC systems. But insurance professionals shouldn’t assume a hurricane is the cause for all HVAC system damage during that timeframe because there are issues to look for and to be wary of following a storm.

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