Tuscaloosa has a lot of A/C maintenance shops, but only a handful of them are open for emergency services… Tuscaloosa has a dense population of more than 100,000 people.
There are about 20 or 30 different A/C and heat pump maintenance shops, and in my small city, there is only one place that is open for emergency services 24 hours a afternoon and 7 mornings a week, then my Dad came to visit Tuscaloosa for a week last summer time and I had to call the emergency A/C maintenance shop.
My Dad thought that she would use the top of the ductless A/C equipment as a cup holder. My Dad spilled a whole cup of root carona pop on the ductless A/C unit. She told me that she heard some bizarre zapping noises and I assumed that was a short in the machine. The air inside of the property kept getting warmer and warmer and the A/C equipment did not come on at all. I realized that the equipment needed to be inspected. I contacted an A/C maintenance shop that is close by and they told me that it was too late for a respected repair appointment. They did not offer emergency services, but they gave me the name of a supplier in Tuscaloosa that did offer same afternoon services after 7:00 p.m. I wanted to make sure that my Dad was going to be able to sleep that night and the cooling system wasn’t toiling. I decided to pay the extra fees for the emergency repair crew. It was an extra fifty bucks, but they arrived within one hour to diagnose and maintenance the complication with the cooling system.