Over the last 5 years, water damage accounted for the second highest frequency of property claims and averaged almost $8,000 in indemnity payments per residential claim (Insurance Information Institute). While HVAC water damage can occur year round due to any source, the frequency of these losses are especially high during hurricane season. Hurricanes and tropical storms present water damage risk not only to coastal areas, but also to areas hundreds of miles from the direct impact areas. Heavy rains not only cause HVAC damage from backup of water in yards, crawl spaces, and basements, but can also result in top down water from blown roofing or leaking roofs. How does water impact your insured’s HVAC system? Request a copy of our adjuster guide below to find out.