I have the feeling as if everybody says there could not possibly be a worse time for their Heating and Air Conditioning plan to break down than the time it happened to them, but you hear endless stories of a/cs breaking down in the early stages of summer, on the hottest day on record, while an entire party of people is expected to arrive any moment. You actually have been told about the time that the in-laws were coming over for a formal Christmas lunch and hastily the furnace started coughing out nasty, burnt smells before it stopped operating altogether, my guess is that you’ve also been told about all the times a hurricane or other natural disaster screwed up the Heating and Air Conditioning systems and power lines in an entire surrounding area, rendering millions of people without now working cooling or ventilation systems in the middle of intense weather, but well, why wouldn’t there be another Heating and Air Conditioning disaster on the upcoming horizon? With all of this coronavirus madness going on, there has been a negative effect on the Heating and Air Conditioning industry. Heating, cooling, and ventilation specialists are completely overworked at this point in time, but most of the population is scrambling to improve air quality control devices, and to prepare their air conditioner units for the coming summer time season. However, we are all left with an Heating and Air Conditioning serviceman shortage and some extreme issues, but right now literally might be the worst time to try to call an Heating and Air Conditioning specialist for help. Only if you could make a timely appointment to repair your indoor air handling equipment, you risk the Heating and Air Conditioning serviceman contaminating your indoor air, themselves, and it’s a real Heating and Air Conditioning concern. While I sit here in my sweltering hot house, simultaneously wishing that my air conditioner plan was now working and feeling terrified to welcome a source of viral contamination into my space, I believe love. I am stuck between a rock and a tough place.