We’re back! (and a bit chilly)
Whew! It’s been a while since our last update, and we apologize for that!!! With 2015 being one of the hottest years ever recorded in South Florida, the area was definitely in high demand for cooling services and we had to put blogging on the back burner to make sure all of our customers were taken care of. With that being said, I would like to say “HAPPY NEW YEAR 2016!” and thank you everyone for a fantastic 2015!
Now since I don’t want to keep this posting as “uninformative” I do want to take a few minutes to make this post educational to everyone. With the last few weeks of chilly weather we’ve had, more and more heating calls are coming into our office. Here are a few reminder tips of keeping safe:
- Do not leave heaters on unattended or when nobody is home.
- Do not leave heaters on for an extended period of time. (a few minutes in the morning to take the edge off should be enough)
- Do not run heat above 70 degrees.
- Keep up with routine cleaning/maintenance of your central air conditioner system.
If you haven’t seen this news report from last year, I have attached a link to the Local 10 report from a fire started by a local homeowners electric heater in their central air conditioner.
As a final note, it does appear that our temperature should be rising back to “South Florida levels”, the 10 day forecast shows high 70s and even 80s coming for the beginning of February!
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