Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.
This adage, coined by American aerospace engineer Edward Murphy some six decades ago, is known as Murphy’s Law. A popular variant to this statement adds the conclusion “at the worst possible moment.”
Perhaps this maxim explains why air conditioning systems always fail in the middle of a record-breaking heat wave, or why the television goes on the blink right before kickoff of the big game.
While it may be true that Murphy’s Law is immutable, there is a measure of protection available for you and your household’s essential equipment. Learn more by watching our video!