We have all heard the clichés. Home is where the heart is. Home is where our sanctuary should be. It is where, after a long hard day, we want to walk through the door and feel an essence of balance and peace after a long day. It is where we raise our children, cultivate and nourish healthy relationships with our spouse, and where we entertain our families and friends.
When the storms of life kick in, there is nothing better than kicking off our shoes and curling up on our couch, letting the world just melt away. But what happens when that storm enters our house? You guessed it. It is blazing hot outside and the air conditioning unit goes, or a winter snowstorm is brewing and you are worried about the kids freezing in the middle of the night.
It is one thing when we have to leave our house to go outside in the rain. We dread having to deal with the frigid air of the winter or the blistering heat of the summer. The extremities of the seasons are meant to stay outside, to be enjoyed at our leisure. Our homes are meant to be a place of homeostasis…a place where a stable temperature makes us feel safe and comfortable.
Your home is a place of safety and security. You spend so many hours during the day with the hustle and the bustle of the outside. The last thing that you want is to invite the outside in, and that includes servicemen and the weather. What if you could have the best of both worlds and have the temperature regulated in your house to promote your well-being and have it with minimal interruption, with the service completed quickly and accurately?
That would be nice. And it is possible with One Hour Heating & Air. Maintaining the proper temperature in your home is essential to your health and to the comfort of your physical environment. The less interruption you have, in order for this to be accomplished, the better. Your life is already being disrupted by this minor storm. Why make matters worse with individuals trampling through your lives at inconvenient times of day for hours at a time? You have dinner to cook, homework to help with, and a good book or movie on the couch to attend to.
If your home is too hot, you and your family will be complaining, your pets will be panting, and you will be sticking to your furniture. Your body is at risk of dehydration from expelling sweat trying to keep you cool and that can lead to dehydration. Plus, it can put you at risk of losing sleep at night.
On the other hand, if it is too cold, you are at risk of shivering, which leads to other issues. No one enjoys being too cold, and if you have elderly individuals or babies in your house, you are putting them at risk for more than just an uncomfortable stay. Having a medium temperature that is comfortable for all makes your home what it should be–comfortable.
Everyone and everything thrives better in the appropriate temperature. Humidity stays more regulated, plants and pets are healthier, and even appliances will run better. Overcompensating to maintain a stable temperature puts more stress on both mechanical and biological systems, which can then turn into even more issues that can be long term. It can impact mood, physical states, and emotional tension. It is better to fix a short-term problem with a solution that promotes your well-being.
Why let the storms of the outside world impact your perfect, balanced sanctuary on the inside of your home? You deal with enough during the day. The last thing you need, after a long day (and with a faulty appliance), is to have your routine disrupted with a long, drawn-out appointment. Finding the right, professional company that knows your home is important. Your personal well-being is crucial to them because it is more than just a business, it is about customer satisfaction.