My dad told me I drive a difficult bargain.

I didn’t want everything for free, even though I knew what I wanted.

I would not purchase a up-to-date Heating and A/C proposal and not get any perks.

I knew my ductless Heating and A/C proposal required less service than a tradition central Heating and A/C system. I also knew the ductless Heating and A/C proposal was more efficient than traditional Heating and A/C systems. I was told there were still going to be air filters that needed to be changed, and I would need to have it cleaned once a year. I wanted to make sure I had a service agreement that covered all the cleanings, air filter changes, and repairs that you would get with a traditional Heating and A/C system. I knew I would entirely need to spend money more for my service agreement, even though I didn’t care. I also wanted to find out if I could have a smart control unit with my up-to-date ductless Heating and A/C system. The serviceman told me he didn’t guess that could be a problem, although he wanted to check back with the Heating and A/C company before giving me a positive yes. After several days, they offered me everything I wanted. The Heating and A/C company owner told me he would provide me a complete service and service agreement, and it was would cost less. Since there were fewer repairs and service, he didn’t guess it would be legitimate for him to charge me extra. When I told dad about my satisfied deal on the ductless Heating and A/C system, he laughed. He told me I drove a difficult bargain that was difficult to resist. I knew he was teasing me, because I got nothing extra.

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