MESA,AZ - Business is hot, despite it being so cold outside.
Technicians from Air Care in Mesa have been busy fixing broken heaters all of Friday.
The experts at Air Care have been taking broken heater calls 24 hours a day lately. They say the most common reason home heaters are failing is because of the freezing temperatures.
The cold weather can cause worn components inside your heater to break down.
The technicians at Air Care say this can often be avoided with check ups.
Chances are good that more and more people are going to discover problems with their heaters as the cold snap drags on.
Luckily, many repair companies are now on call 24 hours a day.
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