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Split System Glossary

Here and There: The components of split system HVAC units

The most common type of residential HVAC unit in the United States is the split system, where one section of the HVAC is outside and another is within the home (usually in an attic, basement, or crawlspace). This style of HVAC system is also quite common among commercial buildings, as well. As a result, thousands of split system HVAC claims flood insurance companies every year. 

If you have a policyholder that comes to you with a claim on their split system, you want to be ready to assess and process the claim as quickly as possible, and that’s hard to do when you aren’t an HVAC technician and don’t have a thorough understanding of split systems. Thankfully, you don’t have to be an expert to read an estimate or report from a contractor; we’ve taken care of that for you with our split system components glossary and schematic. It’s easy to read, clearly labeled, and concise. 

Be more efficient and knowledgeable in your claims. Download our split system glossary by filling out the form provided.

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