First days in the HVAC business
Jeff was very excited to finish his apprenticeship.
He was with the next team that would be doing an HVAC installation. Being at the center of the HVAC business, Jeff had learned all the HVAC brands people preferred and their pros and cons. Jeff was able to advise a homeowner who had to choose which new HVAC equipment would best help with indoor comfort. I would like to be in charge of installing the thermostat. It was only later that he realized he was in no such luck. Besides going for the installation, Jeff had to go to a different house for HVAC maintenance. He was a little disappointed, but he knew more would come in his HVAC repairman career. Just when Jeff thought it could not get any worse, the HVAC unit he would service was up in the attic. There was barely enough headroom to maneuver, but he eventually found a way around the HVAC system. The job gave him a run for my money due to the limited space, but Jeff did well. The local business he worked for prided itself in delivering excellent services, and he was not the HVAC professional who would let them down on my first official assignment. As he was leaving the premises, one of the neighbors, a young man, ran up to him. He wanted to upgrade to a quality HVAC. Jeff gave him his business card. He insisted that he would rather talk to him, but he assured him that any HVAC provider at the office could offer any advice or assistance he needed.