I’m sticking to a mobile business with little overhead
I have inspected heating and cooling systems since my ultimate first Summer job at age 15.
I have heard stores referred to as being “brick and mortar” stores, and at first I was confused as that gave the implication that a website that mailed out items was the same thing as owning a real storefront. And I still don’t agree with the terminology, as I know a store is a store and a website, no matter how nice it is, is regularly nothing but a website. I myself just had to terminate the lease on a real store, because I had come to realize that the overhead costs were just too high. I was not in the mindset of being a heating and air conditioning dealership, I just inspected, fixed them and installed them. If I sold air conditioners I would need a store to display them, plus a warehouse to store all the inventory! When I realized that, I realized that as long as I had a working van, the tools, and also my extensive comprehension of heating and air conditioning systems, that was all the “store” I needed. I have inspected heating and cooling systems since my ultimate first Summer job at age 15. Back then I just swept up the shop owned by our friend’s aunt, however over the years she taught myself and others the basics of heating and air conditioning repair. Then maybe I thought I needed a store because of that heating and air conditioning shop where I cut my teeth, and all the great memories I have of it. Going forward, Brandon County air conditioner and heating Repair will be a mobile shop, with a single employee, and this will no doubt help my own bottom line tremendously.