Management has asked myself and others to see what I can do with AC units, because it costs more money to send out for an expert
As a building handyman, or “super” as it used to be called, our mornings are regularly tied up with countless little jobs. The main concern is the main areas of the building, the respected use locales care about the stairs, the lobby, etc. All of us can’t risk a loose rug or a slippery step leading to a lawsuit! After that, I am jobed with taking work orders from the renters, and fixing up the individual apartments. I don’t handle the top level speciality work, mind you, because I don’t have a certification, but I am a even-handed hand with any number of tools, but my many big “no-nos” are plumbing and air conditioning, these jobs I won’t even touch. The most I will do for a warm house is to check the control device and make sure the batteries are laboring and the fuses haven’t blown out, if that doesn’t repair the issue, then the people I was with and I call the Heating and Air Conditioning contractor the people I was with and I have on speed dial, and they send out a tech to look at the problem. Any one of these Heating and Air Conditioning units costs at least a thoUSAnd bucks, so I am not going to risk chopping one by sticking our nose where it doesn’t belong. Management has asked myself and others to see what I can do with AC units, because it costs more money to send out for an expert. I told them that if they want myself and others to option up those modern job duties they need to pay for our coursework so that I can get our Heating and Air Conditioning certification, however but if they won’t train myself and others for the job, I won’t do it.