HVAC and Plumbing Contractors Experience Increased Demand for Services as Work from Home and Stay at Home Orders Put Strain on Residential Systems
Dublin, June 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – ResearchAndMarkets.com published a new article on the HVAC industry.
HVAC and plumbing companies have seen increased demand for their services as home orders and home orders put a strain on residential systems. Some analysts believe that despite the easing of movement restrictions, many will continue to spend more time at home and that HVAC services will likely remain in high demand as the summer progresses. Some contractors have also noticed an increased emphasis on indoor air quality as more and more customers ask for air filters, gas scrubbers and UV lights that can be used to remove irritants from the air.
As more businesses reopen, HVAC and plumbing companies will see increased demand for equipment maintenance and replacement. In many companies that have been closed for months, HVAC systems can deteriorate due to lack of use. There is also a risk that water stagnant in pipes may contain excessive amounts of heavy metals. As a result, contractors recommend pre-reopening inspections to ensure that the HVAC and plumbing systems are in good working order.
For the full article and a list of related reports in the market, see “Residential Demand Continues While Commercial Demand Comes Back”.
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