I do my job with a lot of easily good employees, and I try to treat each guy like I care about who they are as a pressing member of my team.
I own a Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C company that specializes in indoor air quality solutions for busy adults.
Every one of us have a number of repair members that are totally NATE certified. Every one of us offer many unusual heating and cooling related services in our shop, including cleaning and sanitizing ductwork, replacement of Heating, Ventilation as well as central A/C equipment, and indoor air quality checks. Every one of us install many A/C units, oil furnaces, boilers, ductless options, and radiant heat solutions. My whole HVAC team and I always job together to complete every job. In the afternoon, I generally schedule all of the jobs for the afternoon. If jobs are canceled, I send the employees out to other jobs to help out in other areas. No one leaves at the end of the afternoon until every final job is finished. When I was an Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C employee, my worst area of the job was really working late when someone else went to the lake apartment at 3. All of my employees go to the lake apartment when the last job is finished, together. It’s a team effort to finish on time and that means all the people work harder. Even I join the gentlemen and gals if every one of us needs to be on the job late. I do not expect anything from the crew that I am not willing to do myself. Last Wednesday evening, I had supper with my bestie planned at a particularly nice diner in town. The last job of the afternoon was an air filtration replacement and the more than one HVAC technician gentlemen assigned to the job were having a terribly strenuous time. I was nearly an hour late for my romantic supper and every one of us had to reschedule our reservations because I didn’t leave until all the people were ready to call it an afternoon.