As temperatures spike, so do the service calls for those in emergency repair industries like heating and cooling businesses.
While they do keep time set aside for emergencies, technicians at Vangrol Heating & Cooling pull long hours to get the jobs done, especially since so many are stuck at home these days.
When it gets to 90 or 95 or 100 (degrees) outside, homes inside are going to get to be about the same temperature. How can you find relief?
It is recommended that people shut their blinds to keep the sunlight out. Another way to stay out of the heat is to retreat to the basement until you can get the service you need.
The fact is that some equipment manufacturing has been slowed down by the coronavirus.
preventative maintenance is key. Check your AC filter every month, don’t close or block any air vents, and don’t skip out on an annual tune-up!