Is your Heating & A/C serviceman qualified?

The COVID-19 pandemic caught the world by surprise, & many suppliers are still trying to recover.

I had just started my first supplier & was learning the ropes of running a successful event catering service.

I was due to cater for my biggest event yet, a double birthday with twin brides the following month. This was my option to shine, so I went all out, sparing no expense… Unfortunately, lockdown happened two weeks before D-Day, so I had to cancel all the arrangements. I incurred significant losses, & I had to close my supplier indefinitely. I’m now ready to get back into business, however I’m considering a peculiar line of work. I was browsing Heating & A/C products for sale a few months ago, & I noticed there was no nearby store with new gadgets such as a wireless temperature control. This got me thinking that I should venture into heating unit & establish a store where homeowners can find everything under one roof. I plan to have everything one might need, from a complete electric Heating & A/C unit to individual components like a boiler, HEPA filter, & electric heat pump. I consulted an Heating & A/C specialist, & he commanded having a certified Heating & A/C serviceman in the store to explain how certain procedures, like heat pump replacement, work. The heating specialist should be savvy with the electric heating system so they can share energy-saving tips with patrons & offer furnace repair. He was positive my supplier would thrive if I got genuine devices & unit & ensured all team members had the right qualifications & certifications. I agree because it’s the only way to avoid botched Heating & A/C replacements & defective devices that will last only a few months.
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