Work in HVAC for the ladies

I’d like to tell you that I love my job for humanitarian reasons, however that isn’t the case.

Don’t get me wrong, I definitely helped a lot of people in my day-to-day work.

When I decided to go to heating and cooling technical school I was mostly looking to earn a paycheck and to find steady work for the rest of my life. I never truly considered how many people I would save from uncomfortable situations. However, it is true that many local residents regard me as if I’m a hero. When the HVAC repair truck arrives, it’s a bit like Superman is arriving at their house. I’m glad that I can help people with unexpected heating, cooling, and ventilation equipment failures at the drop of a hat. I do enjoy seeing people’s relieved faces when high quality indoor air starts flowing through their air vents once again. But the truth is, I stay in the heating and cooling industry for selfish reasons. Besides my consistent paycheck, I enjoy meeting all the ladies who have massive HVAC failures and need a helping hand. I can’t tell you how many young, attractive women call into the shop to request professional HVAC repair appointments with great urgency. I get to drive over to the residences, troubleshoot the indoor air handling devices, and flirt with the ladies while I talk to them about better HVAC practices for increased energy efficiency and decreased wear and tear. I love meeting all the single chicas who need heating and cooling help… because the chances are, if they’re calling me, they don’t have a husband to handle the HVAC failure.

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