More and more homeowners in the Metro Phoenix Area are having their existing air conditioning systems repaired because of the difficulty in finding available new HVAC units.
AC systems are in short supply nationwide, and the shortage is affecting homeowners in the Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa and Tempe metropolitan area, according to Dave Hernandez, owner, Cool Aid Air Conditioning, Scottsdale.
News reports have documented the shortage of new HVAC systems is caused by disruptions in the supply chain of components and shortages due to the ongoing worldwide coronavirus pandemic.
“Air conditioning manufacturers are experiencing shortages of components used to build the AC systems,” Hernandez said. “We have several HVAC systems on back order.”
And just at near-record breaking heat has impacted Arizona, the AC equipment shortages are putting homeowners into a bind as they need to replace aging HVAC systems.
One solution is to maintain, update and repair existing systems, Hernandez said.
“We have been helping homeowners get the most value out of their existing AC systems by repairing them and getting more life out of them, even if they have been working hard through many summers,” he said.
To schedule an checkup of your heating and air conditioning system, contact Cool Aid Air Conditioning, Scottsdale, Ariz., at 480-941-2665.