As the temperatures rise, so do the number of calls for air conditioning repairs. Many across the metro are out of an air conditioner.
KMTV spoke with John Sok, the manager of River City Heating and Cooling shop, who says you might have to wait until Monday to get your a/c fixed.
There are some things you can do, though, to keep the cool air flowing.
Sok said other things you can do to keep cool air in your home is to shut the power off and hose an outdoor unit, make a maintenance call at least once per year and not overload the system with drastic temperature changes.