Starting an HVAC Business During a Pandemic

Some people needed HVAC in their garages-turned-offices

Are you as relieved as I am that 2020 is over and we are at the start of a new year. I think everyone feels that way, but if the truth be known, just because the calendar starts anew does not mean that things are going to magically be better. And it wasn’t all bad, either. My cousin did pretty well in 2020. Right before 2020 events started going downhill, my cousin quit his job, which ended up being really scary when the pandemic hit and everyone was being laid off and businesses started closing. But my cousin didn’t despair for long. He couldn’t find another job after quitting the one he had, so he decided to open his own heating and cooling company! Within a day he had gotten his first heating and cooling customer. It was a woman who was working from home as a result of the virus, and she could no longer put up with less than stellar HVAC performance. Her air conditioner, she said, had been acting up for a couple of months, but because she used the free a/c at her office, she had been putting off getting the a/c repaired. What a stroke of luck for my cousin! He started advertising on social media, and he discovered there was a whole class of people who needed heating and cooling services because they were no longer leaving the house for work. Some people needed HVAC in their garages-turned-offices. Others wanted to put mini-split a/c units in their backyard workshops. One woman wanted a window a/c unit to help her central air conditioning because she was pregnant and hot all the time. Everything my cousin touches turns to gold.

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