CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) - No doubt, your air conditioning is working overtime during the heat wave.
So, we found out for you how to keep it cooling in this heat.
We caught up with Lynn Rogers of Centerville, patiently waiting for the air conditioning repairman to arrive.
"Got the fan going. Keep the door closed," Rogers said.
Companies like A-Abel are getting more calls. "Right now, I'm everybody's best friend," said Ron Mershon, Service technician for A-Abel.
Mershon says air conditioning units are running a good 14 to 16 hours a day right now.
So how do you keep it from breaking down?
Mershon says keep up to date on routine checks. They cost about $170 a year, but can save you a $300 repair bill later.
He also says make sure you call a licensed contractor to get the repair job done right.
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