This past week of Queen Creek weather has certainly been bizarre to say the least.
Daytime highs have ranged between 15 and 20 degrees below normal for this time of the year. Northern Arizona experienced a Winter Weather Advisory, three inches of snowfall in Flagstaff and five inches in Williams.
But don’t let this amazingly pleasant May weather fool you. Queen Creek temperatures are expected to raise back up into the high 90s starting at the end of this next week.
Summer is not over by a long shot. That’s why it is critical for home-owners and businesses to take advantage of these next fews weeks to make sure their AC units and cooling systems are in their tip top shape.
According to AccuWeather, Phoenix and its surrounding area is one of he hottest large cities in North America. Queen Creek temperatures alone go up to 90 degrees Fahrenheit and above for more than 67 days in an average year.
Normal body temperature is 98.6˚F (37˚C). To keep this temperature without the assistance of an HVAC or other cooling or heating devices, Healthline reports that atmospheric temperature must stay at about 82˚F (28˚C). Otherwise, consequences could be fatal. On average in July, Queen Creek, AZ experiences an average high temperature of 105 degrees Fahrenheit. This is a dangerously high temperature for both animals and humans.
Heat killed 172 people in the Phoenix and Queen Creek area in 2018. Help lower this number by keeping yourself and employees cool this summer.
Allstate Air & Heating Can Help
Allstate Air & Heating offers $95 deluxe tune up and inspection as well as $30 duct cleaning to to ensure your HVAC unit is running efficiently during those hot eight months of the year.