It’s harder to install HVAC components during the winter

Trying to Work as a Heating, Ventilation, and A/C serviceman in the middle of Winter time is easily 1 of the worst ideas possible in the history of all ideas.

  • That was our first Winter time as a Heating, Ventilation, and A/C service worker, and I wasn’t warned beforehand about how hard it would be.

Did you happen to know that many Heating, Ventilation, and A/C service people spend a lot of their time finally working in disappointing rapidly decreasing temperatures and adverse weather conditions? Though most of you would have, I did not. I have gained that Heating, Ventilation, and A/C workers often spend a lot of their time running vents either in the attic or in a crawl space. However, this happens mostly in newer houses, so Winter time is the worst. There is really no warmth at all. Not to mention crawling through narrow spaces with vents is not the easiest, especially when you are bundled up. Your hands nearly freeze solid touching the cold metal of the vents! When you are in the normal room, you still are frigid and cold, and you have to carry and assemble the oil furnace as well as all the pipes for it, then unfortunately, this process occurs before the electricity can be turned on, so you do it all in the cold. Whenever I was lucky enough to work in a new home while during the Winter, it was always because they either had a broken oil furnace or needed a new central oil furnace. Every one of us rarely ever got to the warmth space of the afternoon. I am so thankful that I stayed with the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C company that I worked with, and now I am moving up in our apprenticeship. Unfortunately, I heard that Summer is also no cake walk in the park.

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