Furnace repair requests high with record low temperatures

With these unusually cold temperatures, there have been a lot requests for help fixing the furnace.

It's been the fifth week of non-stop business for Great Lakes Heating and Air Conditioning.

There's hasn't been much relief this winter.

Service Technician James Olesen says in his eleven years, it's been the busiest.

With these dangerously cold temperatures, customers can't put off repairs.

“This year it's been, I don't care how much extra it is, I need it done now,” says Olesen. “If their equipment breaks at five Friday night they can't go until Monday morning.”

Some repairs technicians have been making include frozen drain lines, over worked furnaces, and clogged intake pipes.

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