Working on the heating and air conditioning

A few years ago when I was trying to decide what to do with my life, I thought it made the most sense to take the practical route and avoid going to an costly four-year university… Rather than trying to get a absolutely costly university degreed in a specialized industry that was being over populated by other university grads, I decided to go to trade university.

There are going to be a million businessmen and accountants in this world following the university boom, although I feel that there is a shortage of repair and trade individuals.

I decided to get my two year heating and cooling certification so I could immediately enter the job field and fulfill an crucial position helping other people, well, I graduated from heating and cooling university in December, and I never could have anticipated that the global environment would take such a turn. I have to say, I am not blissful being a heating and cooling serviceman at this point in time; People are losing their minds over the coronavirus and I cannot pretend to be relaxed about the whole thing. Every single time I arrive at a current house to perform a heating or cooling repair repair or routine repair task, I am terrified to touch anything in their home. I do not want to breathe the same air as potentially infected people or to scoop up virus from their air filter, however seeing as my job requires me to interact with the public, I have otherwise quarantined myself. I do not want to spread corona from my customers to my family, all because of a stupid heating and cooling certification.
Air conditioning install