COVID-19 related supply, labor shortages could delay AC repairs in AZ

Erin Browne

As summer approaches, Arizonans may prepare for scorching temperatures by wearing oven mitts while driving to protect from hot steering wheels, or mimic viral trends to see if they can cook food on asphalt.  

But one important seasonal check that people might forget is to make sure air conditioning units are working in their homes.

Supply shortages lingering from the earlier days of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to affect the availability of some parts, and it may take longer to make all the necessary repairs. 

As in other industries, HVAC companies have faced rising demand and decreasing supply.  

Shortages at the supplier level have consequences that trickle down to servicing businesses. When the people who do repairs cannot get the parts they need, jobs that would be simple become impossible.

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