Learning from the best when it came to indoor comfort business

Dad owns one of the most successful cooling corporations in the state.

  • Growing up, I was the only one of his kids to follow in his footsteps.

From an early age, I would accompany Dad to the office and ask a million questions about quality HVAC systems. When I got older, I knew I would be working as a cooling specialist in the industry, so I took up modules to help me navigate the profession. Later, when I graduated, I went to work for Dad. Dad is a very strict business owner. Regardless of his relations with his employee, he expects everyone to do what they must do. I started doing offsite jobs with other a/c workers to perfect my skills. These jobs included executing air conditioner tune-ups and HVAC installations, among different positions. I worked hard and joined the apprenticeship program at the company. These programs helped me gain confidence in my skills, and afterward, I led a/c professionals teams in jobs to help with indoor comfort. Nine years after joining Dad, I considered opening my business in our hometown. I did my research, gathered information, and created a business plan. Since I needed my dad’s help with the capital, I presented my business plan to him. The plan included the starter services we would offer, such as air conditioner service. I would also stock systems such as electric heat pumps and ductless mini-split. Though we would have all types of regulators, I knew the customer’s favorite was the digital thermostat. As my indoor comfort business grows, we will keep updating our inventory with new air conditioning systems. Dad was impressed by the plan, and as we spoke, I am looking for a store within the town.

Heating and air conditioning system