The blackouts from the weekend are continuing to affect the area including folks' air conditioning units. Repair companies have been working day and night to get those units back up and running.
"It's been crazy after five p.m. we got 25 calls," said Philip Cheney, AC Manager at Lowery Air Conditioning.
A.C. companies are out all over town repairing air conditioners damaged from Monday's power outage.
They have been flooded with calls since yesterday afternoon
"It's probably 50% more call volume verses what it was last week," said Cheney.
Lowery Air Conditioning has been so busy that they had to call three extra employees in to work through the night.
But even with more man power, many customers had to wait it out in extremely hot temperatures.
"When its 80, 85 degrees in the house they get pretty demanding
but you get here as soon as you can," said Cheney.
He said most of the A.C. units suffered the same problems.
"When ever that electrical current gets overwhelmed it just shuts it down whether it's new or not," said Cheney.
And that's exactly what happened to homeowner Sheila
"I was just hoping and praying that I didn't have to have a whole new unit," said Bailey.