The worst time for the AC to die

The worst time for the AC to die

In the middle of summer, around here, people will do almost anything to keep from going outside.

  • In some ways the pandemic hit at the best time, since a lot of us were cooped up anyway, by our own volition.

The temps outside hit 100 regularly, and the humidity levels stay right at the same level, and it is humid and miserable outside for three months at the very least. So the fact that there wasn’t much to do wasn’t that big a deal, especially since video on demand and Playstation live offer so much content. Then my AC went out at home, and it felt like the world was about to collapse. I guess the insulation in my walls was pretty thin, or maybe not even there, because fifteen minutes after the AC went down, the place slowly started heating up. It was incredibly fast, how much this place was heating up, and I knew that I couldn’t go a full day and night without getting it turned back on. I instantly went on line to see what local HVAC contractors were doing pandemic house calls, and found a few. No one could come that day, though, which meant an entire night with no AC and unworldly humidity levels. That night I ended up sleeping in my car believe it or not, with the entire idling and the AC jacked up to the max. It was without question the worst night of sleep I have ever had, and yet it was still better than sleeping in a bed with no AC

 

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