Nebraska has a typical Midwestern climate, which means big extremes between the four seasons- hot summers, and cold winters. The western region is drier than eastern side, which tends to be more humid, but temperatures are relatively consistent throughout the entire state.
Summers are reliably hot and humid with frequent thunderstorms that can easily turn violent. Daytime highs between June and August average a tolerable 80°F, but humidity in the 80 to 90 percent range ensure the air feels think and sticky. Nebraska lies within America’s Tornado Alley, receiving an average of 45 twisters every year. These deadly forces of nature arrive in spring and summer as part of severe thunderstorms, so always check the weather forecast if planning outdoor activities.
Winters are harsh on the other end of the spectrum. They are cold and snowy, with average daytime highs barely above 30°F from December to February. At night the air drops well below freezing, and most of the state’s precipitation falls as snow. Blizzards and ice storms are common, so dress warm and in layers.
Heating or air conditioning repairs are often times the most cost efficient way to go. Your furnace is blowing but the air is cold, or maybe it is not blowing at all. Is your air conditioning a little on the warm side? Do you have a lot of static electricity in your home? We are often asked what this the best system for my home, this is not a "one size fits all" answer. There are many options available for all types of homes, whether you have a older home, newer home or a trailer we have options for everyone. Depending on if you repair or replace all you need to do is contact us today.
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