Anderson knew he had to leave work early to go fetch his pet from the pet daycare.
He had just agreed to look after his sister’s dog while she was away on vacation with her family. It was a huge responsibility, but Anderson didn’t mind. He knew his sister would do the same for him without asking any questions. The drive to the petcare premise was uneventful since there wasn’t much traffic, so they got home early. Anderson knew there was a problem with the heating system in his home when he heard a loud noise. It was coming from the back of the house where the outdoor HVAC was located. Anderson was concerned because it was the beginning of winter, and he couldn’t stay without proper heating. So he opted to act fast and contact the HVAC repair and maintenance service. He explained to the AC mechanic that the outdoor unit was making a loud noise. An hour later, the HVAC professional arrived at Anderson’s home. By this time, Anderson was wearing a coat inside because there was less heat blowing into the house from the HVAC system. The AC worker turned off the AC unit and went out back to check the outdoor HVAC. He suspected the AC unit hadn’t been cleaned for some time. When the HVAC mechanic opened it up, he confirmed the thought because the inside part was full of dust and leaves. All the debris plus dust was clogging up the condenser unit, which was the cause of the loud noise. If it stayed like that any longer, the HVAC system would stop working. The AC professional began removing all the dirt and debris clogging the HVAC system. Next, he worked on several bent fins and fixed wiring in the electrical part before closing it up. The outdoor HVAC system wasn’t making any more loud noises after turning it on.