When Wacky Weather Winds Its Way To Indy, WISH-TV Calls Thiele For Expert Advice

Cool Spell Offers Great Opportunity To Prepare For Extreme Weather That Will Eventually Arrive Again

Jason Braun, Thiele Operations Manager, Provides HVAC Advice on WISH-TV
Jason Braun, Thiele Operations Manager, Provides HVAC Maintenance Advice on WISH-TV
August 2014 – When Indianapolis’s WISH-TV 8 calls Thiele in the middle of summer, they usually ask for our expert advice about how to handle the extreme heat. This year, the cool summer weather is almost as extremely pleasant as last summer’s sweltering heat was extremely uncomfortable, but the advice remains the same.

The best way to prepare for extreme hot or cold weather, which we know will eventually return sooner or later, is to properly maintain your heating and cooling system with seasonal tune-ups when the temperature is moderate.

Now Is Best Time to Prepare For Extreme Weather That Will Eventually Return

As mentioned during WISH-TV’s coverage of the benefits of the beautiful streak of weather we are experiencing, HVAC technicians are not overwhelmed with emergency repair calls this summer, so now is a great time to schedule a maintenance service call for your home heating and cooling system at your convenience rather than ours.

If you have not had you HVAC system serviced regularly in the past few years, you’ve reduced the odds of successfully making it through the next streak of extreme temperature, so consider taking this rare opportunity to schedule a service when it best fits into your busy schedule.

One of our highly-trained technicians will then give your system the top-to-bottom tune-up it needs to provide you with the best chance of making it through the next extended streak of either very hot or cold temperatures, which could push your system to its capacity, without a breakdown.

To watch the WISH-TV report with expert advice from Jason Braun, Thiele’s Operations Manager, visit Cool summer weather may seem great, but has its downfalls. (opens in new window)