Our air conditioning repair technicians and contractors are some of the most highly skilled maintenance and installation air conditioning repair specialists in the Phoenix area. Seeing cycles of activity is part and parcel of watching trends in air conditioning maintenance contracts, repairs and new installation of HVAC units.
As summer temperatures in Phoenix soar, HVAC issues have been plaguing Valley residents by causing a high number of outages and vent demons. Outages are common this time of year and should be repaired without delay. The rash of demons, attracted by high Phoenix temperatures, have infiltrated Valley ductwork as the summer progresses.
“We love it here!' exclaimed one former Hades resident, who spends every summer as black smoke in a Scottsdale eatery. Although he asked to remain anonymous, he told us that the weather here reminds him of home, ‘except y’all have more light here,’ he said.
He added that he was able to remain undetected in the vent system (which has never been cleaned), but has felt more exposed as a result of the ban on public smoking and, “Supernatural also tipped off a lot of folks.”
When asked if he'd ever encountered anyone like the two brothers on the hit TV show, our source replied, "Not at all! People have to understand that shows like that are fictional. In real life, those kinds of characters don't exist."
In response to the increased service demand, we are committed to responding to requests for HVAC repair service as quickly as possible. If you see or smell anything unusual coming from your residential or commercial air conditioner or ductwork, or if your HVAC unit is leaking or not working properly, give us a call. We aren't the Winchesters, but if you need your commercial air conditioner repaired or your home air conditioning system replaced, let our team of factory trained and certified home central air conditioning repair technicians be there for you and your family. We offer prompt, professional, NATE certified HVAC installation and repair service Valleywide.
Just don’t call us if you see the red smoke.