Parker & Sons Advises Arizonans on Surviving the Summer

Parker & Sons, Arizona's number one service according to Ranking Arizona, advises residents of Arizona to prepare for the scorching summer

Jul 13, 2015, 15:00 ET from Parker and Sons

PHOENIX, July 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Parker & Sons, Arizona's number one service according to Ranking Arizona, advises residents of Arizona to prepare for the scorching summer. Indeed, to weather the Arizona Inferno without an HVAC system would be almost impossible. It is simply too hot. And thus, Parker & Sons advises all residents of Arizona to perform a checkup on their AC unit and avoid a dangerously hot summer.

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"Summer is a difficult, exciting, and important time for us at Parker & Sons. The summer heat yields the highest demand for HVAC services, while at the same time, it is the most difficult time of year for service specialist to perform. But all our technicians undergo rigorous training to survive the summer and uphold Grandpa Parker's customer satisfaction guarantee," said Josh Kelly, partner at Parker & Sons.

Everyone knows that an Arizona summer can turn into an episode from Dante's Inferno, very quickly. Indeed, summer in Arizona produces 120 degree temperatures, capricious monsoon storms, and even deadly wildlife such as Rattle Snakes or Gila Monsters. In order to defend yourself against these assailants, a few precautionary measures ought to be taken.

First and foremost, hydration is everything. When your body is amidst hot temperatures it tends to run hot and thus burn through water faster. Couple this with the arid climate inherent in every desert, and you have a recipe for heat exhaustion or dehydration. Individuals ought to remain vigilant against a lack of body water. You can tell by gauging your health. Dehydration is accompanied by a unique sort of intoxication. You will feel confused, suffer headaches, and start seeing spots. If you notice these symptoms stop what you're doing, drink some water, and consult an ambulance if necessary.

Secondly, be on guard for monsoon storms. They are characterized as violent storms that strike unexpectedly amidst extremely high temperatures. What's more, monsoon storms involve biting winds and dense rain fall. If you are on the road and a monsoon strikes, drive home immediately or pull over to the side of the road if your vision is obstructed.

Also, for psychological health, keep in mind that the summer last for only four months. The remaining eight months in Arizona are usually considered ideal. It takes some sacrifice but once October rolls around everyone will forget the torment of summer months. 

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