Hurricanes Salty Winds Cause Corrosion Inland

Typically, corrosion caused by salt is not addressed quickly enough. This type corrosion is a recurring and expensive problem for coastal residents. Add a hurricane and the problem becomes amplified, with implications reaching much further inland than normal. Understandably, areas that experience coastal flooding are going to encounter salt corrosion issues sooner and in more obvious ways. However, areas that were spared this devastation are also now inundated with high concentrations of salt. Within these seemingly safe areas, air conditioning units and other outside belongings, touched by a hurricanes salty wind, have unknowingly been affected and will experience corrosion in the near future. The best way to minimize the risk of latent damage is to act now. Just because there’s no visible indications of salt present doesn’t mean it’s not there.

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