Changing jobs can be a terrifying but necessary move.
I made such a call last year & was terrified because there was a opportunity my decision could turn out to be the best or worst.
I’ve managed a logistics supplier for close to five years, & I was beginning to feel stagnant. The supplier had been struggling for two years, & it was becoming more taxing to run operations. Things were picking up, although I felt it was time to try something new. I had completed an accredited Heating, Ventilation & A/C program after school, but the job at the logistics supplier was available, so I decided to take it instead of spending months looking for heating worker jobs. I thought the best move to prepare for the new job path was to refresh my comprehension on traditional heating equipment like the boiler & electric boilers. Technology is always evolving, so I started by studying modern Heating, Ventilation & A/C products for sale & new additions like the HEPA filter. I contacted a renowned Heating, Ventilation & A/C specialist & suggested to help out for free to receive hands-on experience with key procedures, however on the first morning, I accompanied an Heating, Ventilation & A/C serviceman for heat pump replacement in multiple homes. My friend and I installed each electric heat pump & ran tests to ensure the electric Heating, Ventilation & A/C was working well. My friend and I discussed multiple energy-saving tips as my buddy and I worked, & I was surprised to learn how much you can save by installing a wireless thermostat. I can’t wait to receive more experience, comprehension, & skills to conduct correct furnace repair & replacement. I’ll beginning by installing a programmable thermostat at home & following the tips my buddy and I discussed to see how much I’ll save in the next three months. This way, I’ll have the confidence to request such replaces to my clients based on first-hand experience.