Starting an HVAC support community on Discord after Youtube

Several months ago I decided that I wasn’t going to rot away during the pandemic by filling my time with TV and snacking.

I saw my roommates miserably living in the dining room with their computer screens open nonstop. I didn’t want to become a chubby zombie and it seemed silly not to take advantage of this break from life. That’s when I decided to start a YouTube channel devoted to one of my greatest passions. I began making small videos about indoor air temperature control and energy efficiency. As a certified heating and cooling technician, I know a thing or two about maintaining your central heating and cooling system. As a homeowner, I’m well aware of how important it is to take good care of your HVAC system if you want to have affordable energy bills all year round. Therefore, I decided to make a YouTube channel where I told various people about the easiest ways to personally maintain and repair your indoor air handling devices. I was blown away by the reception, to the extent that I started a brand new online community to support other HVAC projects. Now, my YouTube channel subscribers can talk to each other about their HVAC experiments on my all new Discord community. Everyday, people are logging in and chatting about indoor air quality control. They’ve been giving each other advice about the best HVAC technician in the area and best practices for reducing their energy expenditure every day. I’m proud of my HVAC community and I’m glad that I could do something positive during this quarantine.



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