A study by Texas A&M University and the Office of the Texas State Climatologist found that the state of Texas is likely to experience more extreme weather in the coming decade. The report is based on “historic observations of temperature, precipitation, and extreme weather in Texas” to identify what the most likely climate will be like in the near future.
Some of the key findings in the report indicate that Texas is likely to have:
- Double the number of days with temperatures above 100 degrees, compared to 2000-2018.
- Average temperatures 3 degrees warmer than the recorded averages between 1950 and 1999.
- More extreme weather swings, with colder-than-normal temperatures occurring in the winter months with increasing frequency.
You may not always be able to predict when an emergency climate situation will happen, but it’s important to understand how you can be prepared to continue operating or remain comfortable in your home when it does.
Finding Emergency HVAC Solutions
During and after an emergency, one of the biggest challenges for homeowners and business owners is ensuring that your family, employees, and customers can remain safe and comfortable. Temperature control can be difficult if you have to rely only on your existing HVAC system for cooling and heating.
Rescue Cooling is designed with emergency needs in mind. Our simple solutions give you the ability to get cooling or heating systems on short notice to keep the temperature in your home or building at a comfortable and safe temperature. Our emergency cooling and heating systems are perfect for:
- Residential homes
- Commercial businesses
- Server facilities and data warehouses
- Retail stores
- Industrial warehouses
- Hospitals and medical facilities
We are available 24/7 to help with your emergency HVAC needs. We have built our team specifically to respond in an emergency and can get your facility climate-controlled within two hours.