I was 28 years old when I decided to finally give it a shot at becoming a cooling technician.
I married early, so I had to hold off my dreams of being a cooling specialist.
I became interested in the HVAC business when I was young, and my parents finally bought a house with modern cooling technology. I was more than fascinated by how well it handled climate control and provided efficient help with indoor comfort. We no longer had to stay outside during summer because the house got hot and stuffy. That experience only got me interested in the cooling equipment until the day we had a quality AC service provider visit for HVAC installation maintenance. The HVAC contractor was an old friend of my dad, and when I asked to watch him service the cooling unit, he let me. I loved watching him work and how he explained various parts of the equipment, such as the contactor, the thermostat, and the air filters. I remember trying to take up some maintenance roles, but my dad had seen me damage so many things around our house that he banned me from trying to do anything. Anyway, once I could not join tech school, I thought my dream of working with a cooling corporation or owning one was lost. I had the money to join the school, but I still needed to work, and by some sort of luck, the local service provider gave me a sales job at their business. It was a great chance to interact with the expert technicians and learn more, so I didn’t mind having to talk clients through the perks of the electric heat pump. I loved that I could recommend equipment that would sort their HVAC problems.