In 2016, National HVAC Tech Day (You can read more about it here) was created to show appreciation for all HVAC technicians in the industry.
Do you know or have a great HVAC Tech that takes care of your heating and air problems?
He is a licensed and insured Tech in the state of North Carolina. And if you don’t think it was tough getting through that test, just ask anyone who has had to endure it.
We are grateful that the Lord helped him through it and he now owns and operates his own business.
He has worked hard at living up to Pro_22:1 A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favour rather than silver and gold.
He is the hardest worker I know and he enjoys what he does.
He keeps up on the latest. He is not a fly by night guy who just tries to make it work. He researches and studies to do what is best for you. He has often had to repair work that was done by a fly by night guy.
He’s pretty much on call 24/7 and is willing to go out of his way for his customers.
He is out in extreme temperatures from freezing to HOT working in uncomfortable conditions like sweltering heat and numbing cold, in order to restore your comfort.
He often works in creepy crawly places, claustrophobic places, very hot attics, places with dust, debris, cobwebs, mildew and more, just so many places that most people don’t want to go.
He will service your unit regularly if you ask which helps to keep your system running efficiently and minimizes wear and tear.
He is a Christian, not just by name, but a real Christian. He knows the Lord Jesus Christ as His Savior and lives accordingly. He commits His business to the Lord and seeks to walk in the Spirit as He deals with different customers on a daily basis. You know, he often listens to people complain, those who are just not happy no matter what you do, and to others who share burdens. He takes these things to heart and cares about His customers. He prays for them and shares God’s Word with them when possible. (That’s one of the benefits of working for yourself.(read a little about our staring up here)
He is grateful. He is grateful for His job, the Lord’s provision, his customers, his health, and more. He has had a few irate customers, but most appreciate him; he really is grateful for good customer relationship. It helps make his job much more enjoyable.
The Lord has provided over and above because this tech is in the place where God wants Him to be and where God leads, He will provide.
There are many faithful and loyal customers who appreciate him and express it. They ask for cards and refer him to others. Most of his new customers come through word of mouth.
Do you have a regular HVAC man that helps you out? Show him some appreciation. It will mean a lot to him. Ask for his card and refer him to others.
Take care of your HVAC system. Remember it is probably the most expensive appliance you have in your house. Change the filters regularly and schedule a yearly tune up.
It would also be great if you’d take time to go to his Facebook page or His Google page and leave a review/testimonial or give him a thumbs up! Granted his sites could be updated, but when you work pretty much solo as an HVAC tech there is not time to be a computer tech too.:)(Anybody know a great website tech we could contact?)
I know I’m a little prejudiced, but really, you will not find a better HVAC technician than this guy who lives at my house. He is the best! He is honest and dependable and will make sure the job gets done right. Give him a call if you need him.
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There were many times we thought about running our own business, only to come to the conclusion that there was no way. It just was not reasonable for us and there were a thousand reasons why it would not work, But as time went on, this thought actually became a reality.
We asked ourselves this question for a while. I kept telling my husband he could do it. But he said no he can not. There is much more to it than just doing it, he would tell me. Little did I know. 🙂 We kept talking about starting our own business and even went to a class in order to get help in getting started. HA! The class only confirmed in our minds that it would be impossible and we could never make it. After all, you had to have money to start a business and a plan and so many other things and we really did not want to get a loan. Then one day that Lord laid it on our hearts that . . .
God has done and continues to do exceeding, abundantly above all that we ask or think. Just look at how He has blessed!
BUT, there have been times we’ve asked the question, is it really worth it? . . .
BUT in our case, I still say it has been worth it. Why? Because like I already mentioned, it was of the Lord. It was and is His will for us at this stage in our lives.
Note: We pay thousands, yes thousands of dollars in taxes each year! Don’t ask me how! When I think about it, I get angry; How in the world is a small business owner supposed to make it! But then I remember, where God guides, He will provide and He does and He has, and He will! It did not take Him by surprise that we would have to pay out so much. I don’t understand it. I don’t know where all this money comes from because humanly speaking, we could never make it. I just know that as Christ brought the coin in the fish’s mouth to Peter and told him to pay his taxes, He too provides for us in unusual ways. We may give what we think is robbery to the government, but God can and will provide it in unusual ways. We simply cannot out-give Him. He meets our needs over and above our expectations. I am also reminded once again that this world is not my home and the treasures I lay up ought to be in heaven, not here on earth!
So is starting a business an IN or an OUT . . .