Shelters provide heating and cooling to our homeless population

Did you know that iguanas fall from the trees when the temperature dips into the 40s in the southern part of the country? These cold-stunned iguanas are a sight to see, and although they appear to be dead, they’re not.

Once the weather warms up, the reptiles will be back running around as if nothing happened.

I must admit, it’s a funny sight to see all those iguanas flipped over on their backs. And unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done for them because there is no way to provide heating for these reptiles when the weather is cold outside. At least most of us humans have a haven where we can stay warm when the weather is extremely cold. There are some people who are suffering from homelessness who are faced with the potential of remaining outside during the colder weather. Thankfully, there are shelters that they can go to that provide a warm place to sleep as well as a meal. The shelters have heating units which makes them a great place for those suffering from homelessness to seek refuge. During the Summer months, the shelters also have air conditioning, so if it’s too hot outside, they are available for those who need to use them. Unfortunately, there is no way to provide the animals with heating or air conditioning, so they would have to adapt to the weather. Although our bodies can be resilient, we don’t adapt as well as the animals. So, we need to have both heating and air conditioning so that we can be the most comfortable.
air conditioning installation