Living in a small town
It seems weird to me to knock on some guy’s door.
Small towns are absolutely good in some aspects. I moved to a small town recently and I like that it is slower going and safer. I like that I have one grocery store, two restaurants and one bank. I am never in heavy rush hour traffic or dealing with a major accident, there are not a lot of noises going on or cops whirling back and forth. It is nice that everyone knows each other too. The downside to a small town is that the local businesses don’t find a need to advertise. They also don’t regularly have a website for their company either, so when you move to a small town, finding the local businesses is tough. I had a hard time finding the local plumber and electrician. I wanted to do some updates to my house and locating the business everyone in town uses required me to go to the local bar. I now need Heating and A/C services and it has been tough, and everyone tells me that Mike handles all their heating and cooling needs! Mike of course doesn’t have a website or a company card. Everyone says they just go to his home to make an appointment. It seems weird to me to knock on some guy’s door. I have driven by his home a few times and nobody is there. I keep trying to find someone who knows him well to introduce me. That is the odd thing about a small town. I can’t just go about hiring a Heating and A/C install like normal.