Busted A/C component

As my pal and I were searching for a modern house to buy last year, something caught my attention, but i have never lived anywhere besides by the beach as well as one thing I know about salt air is that it causes metal to rust faster than the air that is not coming off of the ocean.

I have never upset much about this because I just assume that it is one of the many things you have to deal with if you choose to live by the beach.

One thing I didn’t assume about was how quickly A/C units can begin to rust, then while searching for a modern house at the beach, I noticed that most if not all of the A/C units that my pal and I looked at had already begun to rust, but apparently, this is something that all the people living at the beach lives with, however the look of the rust on the A/C component didn’t genuinely bother me, it was the fact that they would need to be updated much earlier than an A/C component at a house located more inland would have to be updated. I Started to wonder how often these A/C units genuinely needed to be updated by the ocean. Was there some sort of preventative repair that could be done to avoid such deterioration? I asked around as well as all the people informed me that the harm was simply cosmetic as well as that the rust didn’t have an effect on the repair of the machine. I was particularly delighted to learn about this when I was learning about A/C as well as rust from the salty air by the ocean.


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