Covid has changed so many people’s lives for good and evil.
However, we are all trying to get ahead healthy.
When the pandemic first hit, I had just launched my air conditioning business. I was very excited about the future. However, when Covid hit, I had to restrategize and hope to stay afloat. I remember feeling sick after considering letting several cooling specialists go. The business took a hit; we were not making good sales for about three months, and the profits were low. As much as cooling products are crucial to people’s indoor comfort, property owners were apprehensive about letting a stranger on their premises. Though we still provided services such as air conditioning installations, the requests had significantly reduced. Through it all, fortunately, I could keep the business afloat until the worst passed. None of the a/c reps that work for me got ill. They also did not lose anyone from their families. We were all grateful for that. Two years after the pandemic, I opened my company doors for fresh air conditioning experts yearning to learn more about air conditioning at our training institute. I upgraded the gear we use when on jobs such as air conditioning repairs. We still have our face masks when attending to customers offsite. Last week we replaced a broken heat pump with a new air conditioning system at a house where one of the inhabitants had Covid. The cooling equipment professional led the team through another air conditioner tune-up at a hospital downtown. They changed the air conditioning filters for new and clean ones to improve the air quality. Work is slowly returning to normal, and the cooling technology is evolving daily.