We shared some substantial home service instructions including the importance of heat pump service and regularly changing the furnace filter to help with indoor comfort
Global warming sure has messed up this week’s weather patterns, but the day started legitimately appealingly and sunny. I almost did not see the need of carrying a coat to work, but I did anyway. That day, we had a couple of jobs lined up with several of the jobs an hour away from the office. We tied up these far jobs for the last jobs of the day. One of the jobs was installing an electric heat pump while the other was a little more complex, but it involved replacing the dual fuel idea and executing a furnace/heater tune-up. It would be a tied up day, so we started by getting coffee on our way to the first job of the day. The day went well and the jobs were seamless. We were even fortunate enough to offer a free digital temperature control courtesy of the local heating dealer. He had donated it to the children’s home in town, and by the time we got to our last customer’s house. The weather had changed, it had started getting cold. The heating worker got to work installing the new heating component after the heating business had detached the old and beaten up oil furnace, then just when we finished setting up the unit, the heavens opened up in addition to rain starting pouring. The homeowner started the fireplace and gave us sizzling cocoa with cookies. We shared some substantial home service instructions including the importance of heat pump service and regularly changing the furnace filter to help with indoor comfort. The rain was pouring for a whole hour before it died down enough for us to see while driving back to the office. He was one of the pleasant buyers.