I haul away the parts

When I was younger my family put a lot of pressure on me to figure out what I was going to do for a career. Honestly, I was never extremely interested in pinpointing a specific job that I would hold for the rest of my life. I figured that I would be able to bounce from position to position, making enough money to survive until the day that I perished. I honestly just didn’t care that much about finding a full-time career to dedicate myself to. I guess that’s why I didn’t become a professional heating, cooling, and air quality control technician like most of the guys that I work with. You see, I work in collaboration with several local indoor air quality control dealerships and heating, cooling, on air quality control repair shop. There are a lot of indoor air quality specialists in this area because our climate is so extreme. We have such hot and cold temperature shift throughout the year that it’s very important to have a well-managed central heating, cooling, and air quality control plan in your house. As such, I realized that there was money to be made with the indoor air quality control industry. Not as a heating and cooling technician… But as a hauler. Whenever a family gets rid of their heating, cooling, and air quality control devices they have to be scrapped. All of the metal and chemicals need to be properly disposed of from the old indoor air temperature control devices. This is where I come in. The HVAC technicians remove the old heating and cooling systems, install the new air quality control devices, and I remove the old junk. I have made quite a career for myself… And I never had to go to HVAC School.

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