Before becoming a technician at One Hour Heating & Air, applicants must pass a rigorous screening process that leaves only 1 of every 33 in the running. These victors proudly don uniforms and set out in bright-yellow trucks to recalibrate home air conditioners, furnaces, and HVAC systems. If they're tardy for scheduled appointments by even a minute, the time that it takes for a single dust bunny to seize control of an air duct, they perform services free of charge. Their duties include fixing and replacing the mechanisms and labyrinthine ducts that keep interior climates pleasant without wreaking havoc on domiciles. Like on-call curtain seamstresses, the technicians rush to conduct emergency repairs 24 hours a day, and vouch for the products they install with 5- or 10-year guarantees.
Whether it's an air conditioner that fizzles out during the hottest part of the day or a furnace that goes bump in the night, Indoor Air of Virginia's Ray Dodson fixes residential HVAC issues whenever they occur. Outside of his 24/7 emergency availability, Ray also schedules maintenance checkups and equipment installations that keep systems tuned up and humming.
As the seasons change, Green Air, Inc.'s technicians help homes to maintain energy-efficient and environmentally friendly electricity, gas, and water systems. HVAC experts excel at finding hitches in cooling and heating systems, and the team's handy folk install solar and geothermal energy systems to raise a home's resourcefulness to new levels. To ensure that each job is truly earth-friendly, they recycle or reuse all office and job-site waste rather than just spray-painting the entire property green. Green Air, Inc.'s engineering ingenuity is available year-round, as well as through a 24-hour emergency service.
The industry-trained technicians from Atlantic Heating & Cooling drive to residences in fully stocked trucks, ready to inspect and repair heating and air-conditioning units. The company has four different teams, each specializing in one of four areas: indoor air quality, installation, service, and maintenance.
Hidden amid thatches of thick, dark woods, X-Treme Fear Haunted House leads autumnal adventures through an odyssey of fear-inducing phantasms. X-Treme's scare chamber hosts a spook-inducing salon of evil clowns, black-robed witches, and haunting specters with knives for fingers in a hand-painted 17-foot-tall inflatable tent. Screams of delighted fright drift from the centripetal chills of the Terrorvator, a spinning elevator ride that twirls patrons through a kaleidoscope of gruesome scenes. Open until midnight Fridays and Saturdays, X-Treme Fear Haunted House envelops visitors in a nighttime trek across a landscape of horrors underfoot and around corners, including charred corpses, crazed killer bunny rabbits, and mandatory conjugation of irregular French verbs. The exhilarating romp is intended to match the intensity and gore of a PG-13 film, and an adult must accompany children 12 and younger.
Since 1947, Carolina Air Conditioning Co. Inc. has dispatched a licensed, bonded, and insured team of HVAC technicians to install or repair air conditioners and furnaces. Though the technology has changed and the predictions that the sun would explode in 1962 have proven untrue, the company’s services still keep homes comfortable in every season. Whether installing carbon monoxide detectors, repairing thermostats, or testing air quality with professional diagnostic equipment, staffers aim to leave homeowners feeling more comfortable, breathing easier, and racking up less expensive utility bills.