I started my air conditioning business five years ago and have done exceptionally well.
When I began making huge profits, I asked myself what I could do to help my community.
I spoke to my parents and elders, who shared their two cents on the matter. I would use the profits to help my community improve the indoor comfort and air quality within their homes. After the Black Friday mega sale, the gains were enough to replenish our inventory with new cooling products, and we had a surplus. We put the surplus profit back into the business and extended the sale for another two months. Though the second sale was more standardized, it still allowed our customers to replace their cooling equipment and get services at a lower price. For needy institutions or families that still could not meet the price tag, we decided to offer free air conditioning installation for the new purchases. We also had free first-time air conditioner tune-ups. The feedback we’re receiving on our online socials and site assured me that we were doing the right thing and the impact was being felt. This school for the blind had an old rugged heat pump. The funding they had been receiving had been gradually reduced until they could not afford to hire a/c reps for any air conditioning repairs. Since we had air conditioning experts who understand more about air conditioners, they offered to purchase a new air conditioning system and install it for the family at no fee. This school did not only get the most experienced cooling specialist working to improve the indoor comfort, but they also got the latest cooling technology, including the air conditioning filters from HEPA.