Air conditioning service is greatly dependent on seasons, much like the rest of my most favorite island on the planet – Sanibel. When season picks up, so does the number of emergency calls we receive. Same goes for temperatures, as soon as the temps rise or cool, those emergency service calls begin to flood in. Considering our climate, and yes I admit that I do have a small bias, air conditioning is likely one of the most important things that we have in our lives. It not only makes us more comfortable whenever the temperatures begin make it unbearable to be indoors, it also protects our beloved homes from humidity and mold damage. Now, imagine coming home from a business trip in August. You’re looking forward to the comfort of your own bed, maybe a nice glass of wine while you wind down from all the traveling. You open your front door and you are greeted by a stymieing blanket of heat that likely exceeds the above 90 temps outside.
In situations like this it’s invaluable for your service provider to be able to come to your rescue 24 hours a day any day of the week. And, it’s amazing how frequently this kind of stuff happens to our clients. Emergencies are guaranteed to happen during the most inconvenient moments, that is why they are emergencies. Whether it’s a house you are renting to a group of vacationers or a home you live in, it can be a miserable wait to wait for service for even a few hours. You’re air conditioning contractor should always put your needs first and be able to help you out in an emergency day or night. That’s why we are always here and just a phone call away.
As always, thanks for reading,
Bryan Hayes, along with his brother Todd, is a co-owner of a Sanibel Air Conditioning company on Sanibel, FL. They also own and operate an island-based electrical service company Sanctuary Island Electric, Inc. Bryan can be reached at Bryan@Sanibelair.com