In times of crisis, America’s workforce has always been more than eager to grab life by the tail, pull it in and set it straight. In World War II, the world was witness to the mighty force of working hands banding together to face off with tyranny.

Today, we watch again as blue-collar folks take this global pandemic head-on. Whenever we fall to pieces, it’s the working class that rebuilds us. We would like to take the time to thank HVAC Technicians for the role they play in times like this.

The Importance of HVAC Systems in the Modern ERA

You’re right in thinking that human beings lived for a long time without HVAC systems. But to use this as a reason to believe these systems aren’t that important to the human race is a mistake.

Before HVAC systems, our advancements and comfort were quite limited. Indoor air quality is critical for so many functions in the modern era.

Manufacturing and production, food storage and transportation, and even repair services all rely heavily on the environment sound HVAC systems can provide. But perhaps what is the most important in our battle with COVID-19 is that hospitals and other medical care establishments need good indoor air quality to care for and comfort the ill and elderly and even for storage of medicine.

While we might only consider the comfort this industry provides us with at the end of the working day, we should be thankful it’s there to give us so much more. So much so, that life as we know it wouldn’t be possible without it.


Air Conditioning, Refrigeration) technicians of any rules that would otherwise force their businesses to shut down, they weren’t only speaking for those who would work for institutions in the medical field.

While we all spend our days indoors under self-quarantine or to practice social distancing, we are inadvertently working our home HVAC systems to the bone. If these systems fail or we postpone routine maintenance, we can run into several risks.

The first thing anyone will think of is the compromise of comfort. However, failing components within the HVAC system can damage the home and even risk the safety of those within it. We can’t leave our homes in this pandemic, never mind lose it, which is why we need our HVAC technicians now more than ever.