AC repair is typically about comfort. Now, it’s about safety, too. In the time of this pandemic, it’s important that everyone be as safe as ever. That’s why, Air Pro Master’s best AC repair in Las Vegas, we do everything in our power to ensure that our staff as well as our clients are completely taken care of. That means going to every expense to make sure that everything is clean and neat, thus lessening the chances that a virus could harm you. There are many ways we can do exactly that.
Best AC Repair in Las Vegas: Safety and Professionalism
Really, we see it as an extension of our professionalism. Just as we’re able to do our jobs to the best of our ability, so too are we able to make sure that we do so in the safest manner possible. So, obviously, if any of our workers are even the slightest bit under the weather, they’re sent home, not to come back to work until they’re fine. By that same token, we know how important hand washing is to make sure that everyone is safe during this time. So, our Air Pro Master experts wash their hands before and after every appointment. That way, they never bring germs into your home. Between that, social distancing, and constant sanitizing, there we make sure to take our responsibilities seriously. We’re all in this together.
Helps Cut Down Airborne Transition
If you’ve been reading the news, then you’ve probably learned that there are ways that the virus can be transferred. The most common is probably if an infected person sneezes or coughs within six feet of you, causing the virus to enter your body through your eyes, nose, or mouth. Another is through surfaces: if someone wipes their nose with their hand, and then puts their hand down on a table, doorknob, or something similar. Then, someone might touch those, then put their hand to their face, thus getting the infection.
One other possible, not entirely impossible way that someone could get the virus would be through an HVAC system. If someone were to sneeze near an air vent, then there is at least some chance that their particles could stay in the air long enough to go through the HVAC vent, thus potentially infecting someone else. Luckily, we have ways to keep that from happening.
Filters and Disinfection Systems
We don’t mean to scare you. That’s an unlikely scenario. However, it is a possible one. There is one clear cut way to most likely stop it: air filters. With the right air filter, you can remove 99.97 of the particles before they come through the HVAC unit. That way, you bring down your chances of getting this virus even further. It may seem like a lot, but it’s one more step you can take to protect yourself as well as your family.
By that same token, UV disinfection systems can crack down on those microorganisms that are too small for other filters to get rid of. In fact, even if you remove COVID-19 from the equation entirely, a UV like this could make you healthier regardless. It can significantly reduce if not outright eliminate the microbial load and pathogens that are inside an HVAC system and a drain pain. Once the COVID-19 era passes, there will still be other bugs and diseases to worry about. A filter or a UV is one more way to stay safe from other potential problems that may arise.
Security and Comfort
You can’t feel comfortable if you feel unsafe or insecure. This pandemic has made so many of us feel that, making us nervous or dread being in our own homes and communities. The right HVAC unit can help you to feel comfortable even during this time. After all, even with the pandemic raging, the temperatures will rise. Spring and summer will come, with all their sweltering majesty. That can make it hot whether you’re on lockdown, out in the world, or anywhere else.
Our AC repair team can be there at any time, day or night. That way, you never have to go through an extended period of time without air conditioning in the Las Vegas heat. We can walk you through any potential protections and help that you might need. When you’re ready to get your AC fixed in such a way that helps your health as well as your bottom line, we’re here. Just give us a call any time at (702) 935-1540.