Life slowed down severely while in the height of the pandemic, and some of us were able to job from home, which created a better work/life balance; personally, I loved being at new home because I was able to job in a comfortable environment, but while finally working from home, I used our air conditioning more than normal, and it was on every day especially while in the Summer months.
Everything worked nice with it until one day, I was in our yard, and heard a noise coming from the heating and A/C that didn’t sound right.
I listened keenly, and as the noise progressed, I knew something was wrong with the unit. I immediately contacted our heating and A/C repairman to schedule an appointment, but due to the high volume of calls, he was unable to schedule me for 2 days. I didn’t guess I could go several days without an actual air conditioning in that kind of weather, so I pressed our heating and A/C worker on the reason for the delay, then he mentioned that he had an overwhelming number of repair calls. Apparently, there were many buyers who were having heating and A/C complications while in the Summer. It could be because both of us were in the middle of a heat wave, and the air conditionings were finally working overtime to keep up with the demand. I was worried about not having air conditioning for several days, despite the fact that I was able to make it through, and when Steve finally checked our unit, he replaced a broken capacitor that he said had malfunctioned. He mentioned that he was seeing this issue a lot and equated it to the intensity of the heat from the sunshine that Summer. I am just glad it wasn’t a major issue, and I was finally able to keep working in a comfortable environment.
Heating tune up