The cooling industry has contacts of their engineers posted on the internet
I work as a traveling nurse while my husband is the CEO of a telecommunications company. We have four kids, all under 12 years. Last week, I got called out of town to a medical case in the next town. My housemaid mentioned that the multi-split air conditioning device was due for HVAC maintenance soon. This information left my mind the minute I got on a plane. Our housemaid had been with us for quite a while, even when we did the HVAC installation about ten years ago. She also had the contacts of the air conditioning company, and at our request, she would schedule appointments with the a/c serviceman for the air conditioning repair. Numerous times, she saw the air conditioning technicians at work. She seemed to know more about air conditioners than my husband and I. A few days after I traveled, my husband was also called away for a work emergency. As soon as he left, Kai, my first son, noticed the thermostat was showing wrong readings. I advised him to give it time, and when it did not correct itself, he was to ask the help to call the engineers, but she had left for the weekend. My son ended up calling the air conditioning provider and scheduled the repair. The cooling industry has contacts of their engineers posted on the internet. The engineers from the indoor comfort business came that evening and fixed the issue under the watchful eye of my 12-year-old son. The quality air conditioner was working fine, and the air quality was restored when my husband returned home from work that evening, and he called me feeling super impressed by the responsible son we raised.