The heating, ventilation and a/c contractor

After years of trying to plan our exit from the zone controlled heating, ventilation and A/C of the corporate offices, the pandemic was the tipping point.

When the offices were closed and my associate and I were sent home to labor from the central air conditioner luxury of our homes, I pulled the trigger and I waited about a year before finalizing our plans to be an independent industry consultant.

But when I settled into working from my own air conditioner comfort, I knew instantly that it was time to call it quits. When the zone controlled heating, ventilation and A/C of the office was once again running and our colleagues went back to work, I wasn’t among them. I chose to leave the contractor and work for myself, after making so much money for so many other people I was ready to do my own thing and reap the profits of our labor. However, I wanted to start slow so I could manage the overhead costs of our up-to-date enterprise. That meant outfitting our beach cabin office with everything that I would need, which included the sort of quality heating and air I had in the office. I like to work in more air conditioning than what my associate and I keep at home. So I had the heating, ventilation and A/C contractor install a ductless heat pump in our up-to-date beach cabin office. This was one of the best decisions I made when it comes to working from home. Having an office that rivals the zone controlled heating, ventilation and A/C of our old office was essential to myself and others staying inside our office. With the ductless heat pump, I didn’t get distracted by being at home and stuck to the inside of our office.


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