Handling AC repair on a sizzling afternoon

I live and work in Tuscaloosa, AL… My task is seriously demanding and requires particularly long hours, then i frequently work weekends and overtime! Getting a afternoon completely off is rare. It can be hard to keep up with official property tasks. Last Saturday, I finally had a afternoon free. I had a list of property repair projects that needed to be done. I started by mowing the grass. I wanted to accomplish the yard work in the afternoon, prior to the heat of the afternoon setting in; The weather forecast in Tuscaloosa for that afternoon was calling for hot and cold temperatures in the mid nineties and high humidity. Even at eight o’clock in the afternoon, the conditions were already sizzling and sticky; Before I could mow the grass, I needed to go get gas for the mower, however shortly after I began mowing, I noticed that one tire had gone flat, then once I finally got the tire inflated, I returned to mowing and proceeded to run over a particularly large stick. The stick got wedged into the blades. It took me nearly an hour to remove it. By the time I finished mowing the grass, I was dripping sweat and tired. I figured I might as well tackle cooling system repair on the outdoor unit. I particularly carefully cleaned the coil and condensate drain. I detached a good deal of leaves, sticks and other debris from inside the lodgeet, but when I put everything back together, I needed to wait an hour or so for the components to dry before starting up the cooling system. I headed inside, took a shower and then addressed the indoor unit. I was eager to get the cooling system operating again, because the temperature inside the household was rising particularly hastily.

Tuscaloosa Alabama HVAC worker