I am an HVAC technician. I have been in this business for several years, and I’ve learned much about the the inner workings of HVAC systems. I started my career out with an internship through my junior college, and over time I worked my way into a great job! I just recently opened my own local business. I am really excited to have created a stable business for my children. I decided I needed another HVAC technician to partner up with to share the work. I couldn’t imagine trying to do an online and in-store HVAC business, and handle all of the calls, without any help. I really like the guy I chose to work with me, but there was a learning curve. He is still pretty new to the field, and any time it came to ordering our inventory there was still some learning to do. He means well, and was eager to save me money for the startup business by buying inexpensive parts, but that was not ideal. When you buy cheap parts, you get cheap parts, and our customers would probably figure that out fast! Cheap parts only crash HVAC systems faster and harder, making the repairs even more expensive. Our customers would notice this and decide to do business elsewhere. If we are going to start a business, we will do it right from the very beginning. Once we had all of our inventory stocked, or business ads in position on the radio and newspapers, we were ready to get started repairing HVAC systems!