Now is the busiest time for the HVAC industry

Official start of summer kicks off the busiest time of the year for those in the air conditioning and heating industry.

SARASOTA, Fla., June 19, 2014 — (PRNewswire) — Summer officially starts on Saturday and that means the busiest time of the year for residential HVAC contractors is here. Warmer temperatures bring an increase in calls for service, maintenance, repairs and replacement of older systems. According to operations managers with One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating® between June and December 30th, 70 percent of all business for the year will be done. The most common call is a customer reporting their air conditioning is not working.

Operations managers say 80 percent of all emergency calls could possibly be avoided if customers took steps for preventative maintenance. Their top three summer HVAC tips are:

1. Get your HVAC system tuned-up at the start of summer to make sure your system is operating efficiently.

2. Make sure your HVAC drain lines are cleaned.

3. Change your HVAC system filters.

For more information on the busy summer season, energy efficiency and what customers can do to get the most out of their HVAC system contact your local One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating.

One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning® is currently ranked by Entrepreneur magazine as one of the top 500 franchise companies (#150) and named #1 Franchise in the HVAC services category (2014.) At One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, respecting our customers' time is our #1 priority. With an emphasis on customer service, courtesy, and appreciation, every job performed by One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning is completed in a prompt, accurate, and efficient manner. With hundreds of franchises all over the country, One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning has solidified its nationwide reputation as a trusted HVAC company that values its clients and consistently exceeds expectations.

SOURCE One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning

Contact:
One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning
Monica Yadav, Manager, External Relations, Direct Energy Services, 941-893-6905 direct, 941-600-6907 cell
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