Summer Heat Will Soon Give Way to Fall—Get Ready Now
How’s the family dog doing these days? Spending a lot of time running through the lawn sprinkler? Or maybe frolicking in that wading pool you bought? Gee, maybe it’s why they call these the dog days of summer. The days are getting shorter, and the first night of freezing temperatures is likely just a few weeks away because we love living in the mountains.
Certainly there is going to be some hot weather. According to the U.S. Climate Data website, our average high temperature in August is 85 degrees. If you are having some problems with the AC, check out our troubleshooting video. It might save you from having to make an emergency call for HVAC repair before the summer is over.
For now, let’s make the assumption you’ve been staying on top of your cooling system maintenance and you’re ready for the remaining hot weather. Then it’s time to start thinking about heating season, or as many people who live in Colorado like to call it, “the get outside and enjoy every possible form of cold weather recreation” season.
What you don’t want is to come home from the slopes or snowmobiling trip and find a cold house because you need a furnace repair. Whether you have radiant heat with a high efficiency boiler, a gas furnace, or an electric heat pump, now is the right time to have a Climate Control technician make sure it’s ready for what’s ahead. Here are just a few things to think about before the cold weather arrives:
Listen, we’re not trying to ruin your fun as you watch the family dog splash around in the wading pool. By all means, enjoy the dog days of summer, but follow the scouting motto and be prepared for what is coming by calling for HVAC service. Climate Control Company is your heating and air conditioning problem solver for Vail, Aspen, Glenwood Springs, and the entire Western Slope.
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