I graduated from heating and cooling school about 6 years ago and my attempts to get any meaningful work is proving futile.
I have interned with several top-notch heating and cooling businesses, and even had a 6-month contract with a renowned heating and cooling supplier in my neighborhood.
Unfortunately, I have never been lucky with securing a permanent job in the heating and cooling industry no matter how I tried. The past few months have been aggravating because the heating and cooling professionals I work with do not understand. They are always looking down on me and I want to quit. I shared my frustration with my spouse who has been supportive all these years. She believes that I can make it on my own if I start a business. She says that his friends feel I am a good heating and cooling serviceman based on the few times I have helped them. Besides that, I have the certification to get me a practicing license, and our old store near the road would be a good site to start from. I am really considering this. I have collected all the relevant heating and cooling unit service tools and also made the right contacts to start off. Fear has always been my biggest problem and I was not letting it hold me back again. I would approach the bank for a small loan to set up the supplier and visit the relevant offices for licensing. While the idea was to get into heating and cooling sales eventually, I was willing to start as a heating and cooling professional. I would handle actual heating and cooling repairs, consultations, and offer an Air conditioner service plan. I am good with all types of heating and cooling installation services, and can handle heating and cooling units perfectly. I am thinking of advertising my services and will be meeting with an acquaintance in the neighborhood tomorrow to help me with this.
Air conditioning professional