Labor Day is a good day to think about heating service in Seattle. Of course, most businesses are closed in celebration of all the hard work owners and staff have done all year. But if you have not already scheduled a time for regular yearly heating service, now is a good time to consider giving Complete Mechanical, Inc. a call.
Labor Day was first observed in 1885 & 1886 through various municipal ordinances. But it first became recognized as a law February 1827 in Oregon. One by one, other states recognized Labor Day as a day for honoring work done by ordinary people. There is some friendly rivalry as to who really came up with the idea of Labor Day. Some say it was Peter J. Mcguire, of the Carpenters Union; others contend that it was actually Matthew Maguire of the Association of Machinists. Both held responsible positions in their respective unions. Labor Day was once honored with parades and speeches; today, it is mostly a day when workers can have a long weekend, and students get a day off from school. Some occupations simply carry on as usual, because Labor Day constitutes a day when they can expect extra business. One thing for sure: it is part of the end-of-summer, entering-autumn season when homeowners begin to think more about heating than cooling.
So if you’ve not scheduled heating service in Seattle by the day after Labor Day, be sure to give Complete Mechanical, Inc. a call at (206)337-2360. We will be happy to give your heating system a thorough check-up, including cleaning ducts, checking thermostats and generally getting your home or business heating system ready for cold weather. And we wish you a fantastic Labor Day this year, and for many years to come.