My husband Jack works for the locally owned Heating & A/C business. Always in high demand for his excellent professional work, he sometimes unfortunately, is taken advantage of by customers. For instance, he left the cabin this afternoon in a grumpy mood, unusual for him. He had an appointment for early afternoon with a regional property manager at a housing development near the marsh. Apparently house 126 has a broken fan blade on their outdoor unit. As he waits to meet with the property manager, he mentions to me that he had a bad feeling that the repair wasn’t going to go that easy. Housing developments, especially of this size require a great deal of professional maintenance but is an excellent income producer and does very well for their Heating & A/C business.  Installations as well as routine repairs are extremely reliable and profitable parts of their business as well as long-lasting. But it was these solo outlier appointments that would always turn into at least two or more visits. Then sure enough, as he is being led into house 126 after finally getting access, he is being told of house 128, also in need of repair.  There appears to be a disconnect, possibly between the thermostat equipment as well as the Heating & A/C unit and is it possible to take a look while he is at the property? Of course he agrees to, that is just the kind of man my Jack is. He quickly diagnoses 126 as being in need of a repair on the fan, as he awaits for the parts, called over to his partner, he pops over to 128 hoping for a quick diagnoses and fix. He goes directly for the thermostat to rule that out, next he goes out back to take a look at the unit. He sees the fan spinning as well as everything was operational there! Next stop was upstairs, where it was clear to see the equipment was out of freon. He gripes about how perfectly obvious the problems are as well as how he wished that they could be seen by others. I said, Jack, if that were the case, you would be out looking for more work!

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