Finding a hardworking Heating & A/C tech – send my child down

She has no clue how that a/c works, what a forced air gas furnace is, or how the treated air is delivered to multiple air vents in the house.

If there is 1 thing that I will not tolerate in my home, it’s being disrespected, however one of the most disrespectful things I can think of is being lied to. That’s why I’m pretty particular when it comes to the repair professionals that I invite onto my property. When I have new appliances delivered and installed, I do not let them send any old Joe Schmo out to my house. I do not want some weirdo checking things out, casing the site, and lying to my face on top of it. The same goes for major projects such as having the trees trimmed or the roof updated. I’m not satisfied to take online reviews as reputable facts. I need to guess that these supposed professionals are the real deal before I’m going to trust them with my family or our belongings. That’s why I’ve established the best plan monitors for determining whether or not heating and cooling workers are qualified. It’s pretty simple… I just send my teenage child to talk to them… First of all, she has no method what Heating and Cooling appliances are. She knows that she touches the temperature control, and the air magically gets hotter or cooler inside of the house. She has no clue how that a/c works, what a forced air gas furnace is, or how the treated air is delivered to multiple air vents in the house. When I send her down to talk to the workers, she’s generally already dressed in something skimpy and inappropriate. She goes and chats up with the workers while they work, and I listen in on the responses that they gave. If the Heating & A/C worker gives her dishonest answers and tries to upsell expensive air handling unit through my daughter, I’m going to find a new Heating & A/C supplier to use. If the Heating & A/C worker is distracted and trying to hit on my daughter, she can get out of my home before I kick her ass.

 

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