Pullen Air Conditioning, Inc.'s experienced technicians have helped keep New Orleans homes temperate and efficient for more than 40 years. Two seasonal inspections, one for air conditioning and one for heating, ensure domiciles maintain comfortable climates and fend off potential invasions from snowmen solicitors or needy sun gods. With the aim of increasing efficiency, staffers clean ignition assemblies, check thermostat calibrations, and inspect evaporator coils for potential problem areas. Tests of safety controls and starting capabilities suss out system difficulties, and a cleaning or replacement of standard air filters keeps oxygen free of contaminants and kamikaze pollen. Moving parts benefit from lubrication, and flushing of the condenser coils and condensation drain sheds unwanted liquid from otherwise stellar systems.
The temperature tradesmen at One Hour's fastest-growing branch professionally service and maintain all manner of home cooling systems. A 42-point inspection and tune-up of the home's air conditioner follows a thorough efficiency-report checklist to investigate the various parts and mechanics of the unit, addressing any problems that could eventually lead to expensive breakdowns or unwanted blow-dryings. This service is designed to boost a system's effectiveness—lowering utility bill costs while forcing sweat droplets to recede back into the pores from whence they came.
Exercisers can make ample use of Next Level Sports Performance & Fitness Center's 8,600 square feet of workout space seven days a week. The gym has dedicated areas for boxing, free weights, and crab walking. Personal trainers work one-on-one with clients to help them reach fitness goals, such as dropping pounds or building endurance.
The keys to the open road reside within EagleRider, where a lineup of rentable Harley Davidson motorcycles wait to tear across asphalt on guided or self-piloted trips. These late-model hogs join Honda Ruckus scooters as a means for drivers to visit local haunts and terrify local cats on short trips or cover vast swathes of terrain on regional tours that can last up to two weeks and span more than 1,000 miles.