It’s not even Summer yet, and there has already been an announcement that the country has entered a long-duration drought, along with alerts for wildfires nationwide.
The heat has made my life difficult, and the dry spell has been going on for weeks, but yesterday, in particular, the air was thick and stifling, and the only relief I could find was by going into my motorcar and turning on the air conditioning system.
I never thought I would go on a hiking trip in the Spring and suffer from this kind of weather, but that’s climate change for you. I’ve recently found out that the demand for Heating, Ventilation, and A/C systems has risen considerably over the last couple of weeks. In fact, the demand for cooling systems is so overwhelming that Heating, Ventilation, and A/C providers are struggling to keep up and are running out of equipment, then as climate change continues to affect the frequency and severity of harsh weather events, it’s becoming decreasingly substantial to have quality Heating, Ventilation, and A/C unit in our homes, and so, after enduring the scorching heat of the past few weeks, I decided to finally purchase a zone-controlled Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system, which regulates and redirects air to particular areas of the home, allowing me to choose the temperature I want in each room. To make it a sustainable option, I plan to install solar panels on my roof to power my air conditioning system. This way, I can take full luck of the extra sun, break on utility bills, and minimize the environmental impact.