It proves a lot more heated air and makes the commute to work much more pleasant
One day last winter, I was on my way to a co-workers house. I carpool with several other co-workers to and from work, and it was my turn to drive. When I got inside the car, I turned the heater to full-blast to quickly warm up. As soon as I felt heat flowing from the vents, I was ready to start driving. I pulled up to the first co-workers home. She hopped into the car and I took off to the next address. She noticed I had the heater blasting. She remarked that the heater in the car was not supplying all that much warmth. I told her that the heater wasn’t working all that well, but if I kept it at max capacity I could at least prevents the windows from fogging up. I admitted that I needed to have the air conditioner and heater in the car serviced. She suggested that there might be clogged air filters causing the problem. Unfortunately, I can rarely go without my vehicle, so it’s difficult to set up an appointment. She mentioned that her husband was a retired HVAC contractor, and is always rather board during the day. She offered to have him look at the heating and cooling system in my vehicle. I was not sure if an HVAC contractor was able to repair the heating and cooling system in a vehicle, but was willing to give it a try. We worked it out so that I drove to her house for the carpool the next morning. I left the car at her house, and she took her turn to drive everyone. After work, we returned to her house and I picked up my car. The heater worked so much better. It heats up more quickly and prevents the windows from becoming fogged over. It proves a lot more heated air and makes the commute to work much more pleasant. I was grateful to my coworker. Although her husband refused to give me a bill, I bought him a gift certificate to a nice local restaurant.