Sporadically I entirely hate my job, and when I was first going into this industry, everybody told me that it would be a wise option because heating and cooling specialists will regularly have work; The air quality control industry is one that artificial intelligence simply cannot take over.
We will genuinely never develop a robot that has capable of safely entering a residential cabin and Performing the Heating & Air Conditioning diagnostic services which are necessary to maintain or repair a failing Heating & Air Conditioning system, but besides, most homeowners would not want a Heating & Air Conditioning robot coming into their house.
That’s why, I went into the heating and cooling industry after a few years hating my life at a 4 year college! I decided trade university would be a better option and I could be a certified Heating & Air Conditioning specialist with minimal upfront investment. I did not realize that becoming an air quality control specialist would require a lot of back-end investment, and at least, as far as my time goes. I am unfortunately one of the on-call Heating & Air Conditioning specialists at my air quality control repair shop. That means, I never guess when an emergency appointment is going to take me away from my daily activities! Normally, this is just a minor inconvenience… I have to get off the couch and drive my Heating & Air Conditioning work truck across the village to a loud or hot A/C unit. But as I am getting older and growing a family, the Heating & Air Conditioning interruptions are getting more serious. In fact, nothing to be more extreme than the look on my wife’s face when I got an A/C repair call and missed my first son’s birth.