The HVAC repair took time because the AC worker had to clean the air filter and mend some more components before the job was done
Harry was home for the holidays and went out to party with some friends. His mum was out of town, so he didn’t mind staying out late. He got home at 3 am and went straight to bed. The following day, there was a loud banging noise in the house. Harry didn’t want to wake up because he still felt tired and hungover. But, the noise was unbearable, so he dragged himself out of bed to investigate the source. The loud banging sound was coming from the HVAC indoor unit. It sounded like a part had come loose and was blowing inside the air conditioner. Harry went to the plug and turned off the central cooling and heating system. The banging noise was making his head hurt. Next, he found the emergency contact book his mum kept in the living room and retrieved the AC company contact information. Harry spoke to a customer care representative for the HVAC business and requested emergency HVAC service. It was cold, and he knew he wouldn’t last long without an operational heating system. The HVAC van pulled up at Harry’s driveway twenty minutes later, and an AC technician knocked at his door. Harry explained to him the noise was coming from the indoor HVAC system. The aircon mechanic took it apart and noticed one part of the motor fan had come loose. This was due to wear and tear, which was common with any electrical device or appliance. The AC professional began repairing the heating unit as Harry fixed himself some breakfast. Suddenly he’d felt hungry and recalled he never ate dinner the previous night. The HVAC repair took time because the AC worker had to clean the air filter and mend some more components before the job was done. At last, Harry could enjoy the heat in the house.